OUR BIRDING SAFARIS
Africa is the destination for birders. The southern part of Africa is an absolute must for birders. Botswana boasts 595 species, Namibia 699, South Africa in excess of 800 and Zimbabwe 696 species… with the good news being that they come in all shapes, colours and sizes, making for birding adventures of astounding opportunity.
When requesting a birding safari, your exact requirements and budget will play a major role in which package we recommend for you. The below safaris are all examples of the tours that will work well when going on a birding safari in southern Africa.
For those interested in predatory birds Botswana and South Africa are by far the most suitable, whilst Namibia has the advantage of the cold Atlantic along its western boundary which is inhabited by a large variety of sea and waterbirds of great diversity.
Zimbabwe has very lush vegetation all round bringing with it an abundance of strikingly beautiful forest dwellers in addition to the predators regularly found there.
The Kruger National park in South Africa on its own is home to over 500 species ranging from tiny Sunbirds to Kingfishers to predators, all the Hornbill varieties and all the way up to the athletic Ostrich…spoilt for choice you no doubt will be.
Accommodation options will be camping, glamping or lodging, all depending on your personal preference. A combination of camping and lodging is sometimes recommended as a tent in the Okavango delta for example brings out so many more opportunities, whilst a comfortable lodge in between can do wonders for those in occasional need of luxury and pampering!
Should you consider a birding adventure to Southern Africa kindly consider all the above pointers and then connect with us with your minimum requirements, therefor enabling us to present you with a few destination and accommodation options, suited to your individual needs.
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