Magical Birding in the Northern Kruger

The Northern Kruger is known to be the area where you are likely to see rare antelopes like Roan Antelope, Tsessebe and Sable Antelope. Herds of African Elephant and African Buffalo depend on the rivers here for water, and predators such as Lion, Leopard and Spotted Hyaena concentrate where prey is abundant. 

But it’s not all about the wildlife. The renowned Kruger Park is the best birding destination in Southern Africa with more than 500 bird species.

In the north,  the Pafuri area is regarded by some visitors as the most enchanting corner of the Kruger, and is undoubtedly the most important locality for birds in the park, especially for rare vagrants and birds from tropical Africa

Sharing expert-guide, Marc Cronje’s Virtual Birding Tour in the Northern Kruger will give you a good idea why this has to get a place on your Birding to-do list.

If you want to join us on a Birding Tour in the Kruger Park, South Africa, get in touch with us on info@naturetravelbirding.com.

The weird and wonderful birds of the Kruger

Whether you are visiting the Kruger for a few days or only go out birding on a day tour, the birding opporuntiies in this world renowned park is astonishing.

We’re talking the best birding destination in Southern Africa with more than 500 bird species- that is about 60% of the species found in the entire Southern African sub-region!

Combined with the grand chance to encounter the famous Big Five and other wonderful mammals and creatures while surrounded by beautiful African landscapes, it’s a birding opportunity not to be missed.

Expert-guide Marc Cronje has put together a virtual tour of the Southern Kruger area showing you some awesome photographs and telling the story of the magic of a birding tour in the Kruger.

Get in touch for more information about our Birding Tour opportunities to the Kruger Park. You can talk to an expert at info@naturetravelbirding.com.

Let’s go to the ‘Land of the Eternal Blue Sky’

In the heart of Asia lies a pristine and remote wilderness with only three million inhabitants. Mongolia is a birder’s paradise with chances to see iconic birding and wildlife species which of course include the elusive Snow Leopard.  This is a bucket-list experience with a capital B!  Take a sneak peek of what to expect in the gallery below:

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Join us on 12 May 2021 when we embark on a wonderful adventure to Mongolia. Let’s go Birding.

Browse to the Mongolia Snow Leopard & Birding Tour on our website to see what the trip is all about. Get in touch with us on info@naturetravelbirding.com to get more info about this or any other briding tour

India oh India, we cant’ wait to see you again!

On our last trip to India we again realized this is such an incredible destination and if you’re into birding, it definately needs a place on your wishlist.

We want to give you a sneek peak of what you can expect here with a virtual tour compiled by our expert-guide Marc Cronje. This will not only give you an insight of what the tour is all about but it will surely entice you to join us on the next tour in 2021.

For more info about this tour get in touch with us at info@naturetravelbirding.com

See what birding in Costa Rica is all about.

Costa Rica is a diverse birding destination with over 850 species of which seven are considered endemic and 19 are globally threatened.

You won’t get a better picture of what a tour is all about than from the expert-guide himself. We are sharing Marc Cronje’s virtual tour of his experience of Costa Rica to give you a peak of what you can expect from this extraordinary tour.

You can join us on the fabulous birding experience in 2021. For more info browse to Costa Rica Birding Tour or get in touch with our expert team at info@naturetravelbirding.com

Join Marc Cronje’s Virtual Tour in Uganda

If Uganda is on your list of birding destinations, this is a must watch! Our expert guide, Marc Cronje, takes you on a virtual tour, showing you beautiful Uganda and of course the spectacular birding opportunities and finds.

Sharing his personal experience of our Uganda Birding Tour will be more than enough to entice you to join the next birding tour in 2021.

For more info on this or any of our Birding Tours, get in touch with us on info@naturetravelbirding.com.

Let’s go Birding

Birding photographs are certainly some of the most satisfying to browse through.  The colours and small detail on every species can mesmerize you for hours.  There is only thing that beats this and that is seeing these birds in there natural habitat in real life.

To go birding anywhere in the world is an exhilarating experience, always awaiting the chance to see that one that you have been waiting to see for so long or to see your favourite bird again. And just as you think you have seen the most beautiful or most extraordinary bird, you see one that’s even better…

Sharing some of our favourite birding photographs with you from all over the globe.

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Join us on your next birding trip for unforgettable personalized birding experience.  Get in touch with our team to start planning the perfect trip on info@naturetravelbirding.com

Weird and wonderful birding

When you embark on birding tours all over the world you see all kinds of birds and being avid birders, all the sightings are wonderful and exciting.

But there are a few that stands out for not only being wonderful, it’s also exhilarating, no matter how many times you see it.  For us, one such bird is the legendary Shoebill.

The Shoebill will mesmerize you, it is just so differently beautiful and unique…

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Start planning your birding adventures for 2021 with Nature Travel Birding.

Get in touch at info@naturetravelbirding.com

Why you should put birding in Tanzania on your wishlist…

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Did you know that Tanzania has one of the largest species lists of any African country?

Of the almost 1,100, over 800 species are resident and nearly 200 are regular migrants. 21 Species are endemic to Tanzania and a further 43 species are near-endemic. Tanzania’s 80 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) cover a total of more than 167,000 km2 or about 18% of the land area, and the country also boasts 16 national parks and wildlife reserves.  In fact, an incredible 38% of Tanzania’s land is protected in parks and reserves! 

Just look at the amazing birds…

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Except for the extraordinary birding opportunities Tanzania offers that classic “Out of Africa” landscapes, fantastic wildlife (including Big Five), geological wonders, cultural richness and amazing Afro-Arab-Indian cuisine.

Get in touch with us on info@naturetravelbirding.com