Birding in Indonesia: Sulawesi and Halmahera
Exciting travel through some of the least-visited parts of the Indonesian archipelago where we can expect wonderful birding in undisturbed forests. We will also visit superb vast national reserves on both islands, with a diversity of habitats and varying elevations.
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A considerable number of restricted-range species, with over 70 endemics on Sulawesi and a further 22 endemics on Halmahera, plus a supporting cast of colorful pittas, fruit doves, lorikeets, parrots, kingfishers, hornbills, and an impressive selection of nightbirds.
Pricing: $4,790 US Dollars or £3,850 GBP for 20 Days and 19 Nights.
Group Size: Most tours are viable at 6 to 8 participants. Maximum group size of 8.
July 18 to August 6, 2023
The chance to see extraordinary birds like Maleo, the rare Moluccan Scrubfowl (Megapode), and the Standardwing bird-of-paradise in display plus a wide selection of mammals, reptiles, and butterflies throughout the tour.
Chile Birding Adventure: Endemics and Specialties 21 Days with Rodrigo Tapia: October 24 to November 13
Maleo, Moluccan Scrubfowl, Standardwing Bird-of-Paradise, Diabolical Nightjar, Geomalia, Hylocitrea, Malia, Sulawesi Thrush, Ivory-breasted Pitta, Azure Roller, Purple-bearded Bee-eater, Scaly-breasted Kingfisher, Lilac-cheeked Kingfisher, Green-backed Kingfisher, Sombre Kingfisher, Rusty-backed Thrush, Sulawesi Hornbill, Sulawesi Dwarf-Kingfisher, Knobbed Hornbill, Sulawesi Cicadabird, Sulawesi Scops-Owl, Purple-winged Roller, White-rumped Cuckooshrike, White-rumped Triller, Silver-tipped Imperial-Pigeon, Yellow-billed Malkoha, Sulawesi Serpent-Eagle, Sulawesi Woodpecker, Ivory-backed Woodswallow, Maroon-chinned Fruit-Dove, Goliath Coucal