Birding Ecuador – Tropical Birding Hotspots With Expert Guides
Bird watching South America doesn’t come much better than Ecuador, located in the tropics and home to some of the best and easiest birding in the world. Less than twice the size of England, it has over 15% of the world’s bird species with over 1600 species recorded to date. The different ranges of altitude from the Andes, cloudforests, tropical rainforests to the Galapagos Islands creates unique habitats where a wealth of endemics can be seen. Aside from sheer numbers, what sets bird watching in Ecuador apart is just how easy it is!
Think Birding Ecuador are specialists in organising tailor made birding holidays and expert led small group birding tours in mainland Ecuador and the Galapagos. With over 25 years of experience and counting some of Ecuador’s top birding guides amongst our team, we offer exceptional birding tours, with a strong focus on birding, photography, nature conservation, and family trips.
To speak to an Ecuador expert call us today on 01964 552292 or email us on email@example.com
Find out more about how travelling with Think Birding Ecuador
will help conserve the exceptional areas you will be visiting...
In a bid to reduce the impact of greenhouse gas emissions, we recommend all our clients offset the impact of their travel through the charity Rainforest Concern.
See www.forestcredits.org.uk, or read more about the work of Rainforest Concern
by visiting www.rainforestconcern.org
"We had a fabulous time. The Beagle was first-rate (the food marvellous, the steward attentive, the accommodations excellent). The itinerary was terrific, we saw 27 of 28 possible endemics and heard the other (Galápagos Rail). Our naturalist, Patricia Stucki, deserves special mention. She was truly a delight to be with and we learned so much from her. Thank you and the whole team for everything you arranged for us. It is fair to say that we are very happy customers: it was truly one of the very best holidays we have ever had. The Galápagos are really a unique destination, and one that more than lives up to every expectation. We were delighted to have made the decision to do two weeks on the Beagle rather than one."
& Pamela Hodgeson, Canada
Galapagos Holiday February 2014