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Birding Argentina’s Northeast

With Iguazú Falls and Iberá Marshes

11 days – 10 nights
Starts in Iguazú – ends in Posadas.

Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
Northeastern Argentina is a land of extensive marshlands, grasslands and rainforests. Iguazú National Park is perhaps the most well known protected area in this region, but it is certainly not the only one. The two north-easternmost provinces of Argentina contain the highest concentration of bird diversity in our country: these are Corrientes and Misiones

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    Birding Eastern Patagonia

    Quest for Argentine endemics in the realm of penguins

    10 Days – 9 Nights
    Starts in Trelew or Puerto Madryn- Ends in Comodoro Rivadavia.

    Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
    The Atlantic coast of eastern Patagonia and its surrounding arid steppes are two rich and productive areas in terms of bird abundance and diversity.

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      Birding Southwestern Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego

      Where Condor masters the sky and Magellanic Woodpecker rules the forest

      9 Days – 8 Nights
      Starts in Calafate – Ends in Río Grande.

      Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
      Patagonia is certainly a land of extremes. This southernmost tip of the American continent is a geographical region that covers the south of Argentina and Chile, and has such diverse habitats as arid steppes, Southern Beech forests and of course the seashores of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

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        Birding Argentina’s Northwest

        With the Yungas, Andes and Chaco

        13 Days – 12 Nights

        Starts in Salta  – Ends in Tucumán

        Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.

        Northwestern Argentina is a land full of spectacular landscapes and with a vast cultural heritage. Remnants of buildings and roads from the “Great Inca Empire of the Sun” can still be found everywhere here, and many cultural events and pre-Hispanic rituals, such as that in honor of the “Pacha Mama” (Mother Earth), are still celebrated by the locals. Andean music is heard everywhere, and people still play their traditional instruments. This incredibly varied region has a great diversity of natural habitats, ranging from Yungas Cloudforest to dry Chaco Woodlands. The three provinces in the northwesternmost part of Argentina, Jujuy, Salta and Tucuman, host some pristine representatives of these habitats, all worth visiting for birders to find both diversity and good numbers of native species.

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          Birding Bolivia

          From the lowlands to the high Andes

          14 days – 13 nights

          Starts in Santa Cruz de la Sierra – Ends in La Paz

          Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.

          This tour will take you birding to a wide diversity of habitats, from the wet lowlands near Santa Cruz de la Sierra to the Bolivian Altiplano. The itinerary has been specially designed to avoid high altitude sickness, starting in low altitudes to slowly climb to the high Puna and altiplano. We will maximize our time at the field and bird a great diversity of habitats, searching for specialties and endemics of this unique country. Our group size limit for this tour is 8 participants with one tour leader.

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            Birding Northern Pantanal and Cerrado

            Subtropical wetlands and dry savannahs of Brazil

            8 Days – 7 Nights

            Starts and ends in Cuiabá

            Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.

            This tour will take you birding the famous Brazilian Pantanal and to the less known but equally rewarding Cerrado, for enjoying their great diversity of bird specialities. Pantanal is the biggest wetland on Earth, and one of South America’s prime wildlife hotspots. Spanning all the way from central-western Brazil into eastern Bolivia and Paraguay, it covers an enormous area of 142,500 sq. km. On the other hand, the Cerrado is a dry savannah, with plants adapted to survive in poor water conditions, and withstanding regular fires. It is considered one of the world’s top 25 hotspots of biodiversity. Our group size limit for this tour is 8 participants with one tour leader.

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