Birding Holidays


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Bhutan Birding Adventure April 22
£787 – £3824

Venezuela Birding Holiday March 13
£725 – £3203

All our birding tours, wildlife holidays and safaris all over the world are listed below:

As far as watching a group of beautiful, colourful, intriguing and inspiring animals goes birds are very often top of the list and as many people all over world travel to find more and more exotic and rare birds Royle Safaris is at the very top when it comes to helping birders find the more impressive species. But in addition to the experienced birders who often know exactly what they want to find we specialise in beginners holidays, for people who know they love watching eagles soar majestically through the blue skies and parrots eating all the fruit in sight as well as having penguins waddle around in between their legs, but they may not know exactly what moult that particular shearwater is in or they might not be able to tell you the age, sex and maturity of a black-backed puffback at 100 feet!

Whatever your birding experience or knowledge Royle Safaris has the birding holidays for you; all our tours are escorted by an experienced zoologist and as a result give you a great wealth of knowledge when exploring the habitats we visit, we also use the very best local guides where needed for the special endemic species which often require years of training to find. But most of our birding holidays offer more than just the average birding tour, we also focus on other groups of animals such as mammals, reptiles and invertebrates; this gives a fully rounded and comprehensive holiday full of wildlife observation and sightings.

But if you would like a dedicated birding holiday to a destination not listed below please use or tailor made tours page and give us as much info about your dream birding holiday and we will suggest a itinerary for your next escorted birding holiday.

All these tours are available on other dates (subject to availability) than the dates listed. Please contact us to arrange a tour on a date which suits you.

Bird Watching Holidays

Wed 13
Thu 21
Sun 24
Tue 26

Just Harpy Eagles Tour

July 26 - August 2
Wed 27
Aug 21

Garden Route Wildlife Holiday

August 21 - September 5
Aug 24
Aug 28
Sep 01

Galapagos & Ecuador Wildlife Tour

September 1 - September 15
Sep 01

East African Safari Exploration

September 1 - September 20
Sep 09

Tawau Hills Wildlife Tour

September 9 - September 15
Sep 10

Pantanal Rare Wildlife Safari

September 10 - September 27
Sep 10

Peru Wildlife Exploration Tour

September 10 - September 27
Sep 12

Borneo Wildlife Holiday

September 12 - September 27
Sep 15

Pantanal Exploration Tour

September 15 - September 30
Sep 18

Chaparri Reserve & Machu Picchu Tour

September 18 - September 26
Sep 21

Northern Pantanal Wildlife Safari

September 21 - October 1
Sep 30
Oct 05

Upper Amazon & Machu Picchu Tour

October 5 - October 18
Oct 10

Masai Mara & Amboseli Kenyan Safari

October 10 - October 19
Oct 14

Kenyan Safari; Mara to the Coast

October 14 - October 31
Oct 20

Mara & Arabuko Sokoke Safari

October 20 - October 30
Oct 20

Tsavo Safari Holiday

October 20 - October 30
Nov 08

Madagascar Two Week Wildlife Tour

November 8 - November 20
Jan 12

North India Birding (Corbett, Bharatpur & Chambal)

January 12, 2023 - January 25, 2023
Jan 14

Chambal Birding Holiday

January 14, 2023 - January 24, 2023

Top Animals

  • Steller’s Sea Eagle
  • Crested Quetzel
  • Harpy Eagle
  • Flightless Cormorant
  • Andean Condor
  • Serendip Owlet
  • White-tailed Eagle
  • Black-necked Crane
  • Rufous Hornbill
  • African River Swallow
  • Hyacinth Macaw
  • Borneo Bristlehead
  • Grey-necked Picarthes
  • Blakiston’s Fish Owl
  • Red-crowned Crane
  • Blue-winged Goose
  • California Condor
  • Spanish Imperial Eagle
  • Lammergeier
  • Ruspoli’s Turaco
  • Golden Pheasant
  • Sword-billed Hummingbird
  • Blue-throated Macaw
  • Masked Finfoot
  • Temmick’s Tragopan

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