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The Company for Quality Birding Holidays
Spanish Nature are different from other Companies offering birding Holidays on the following important points:
High quality and comfort of accommodation, food, transport and all other aspects of the tour are as important to us as the birding itself.
We provide alternative programs. Spanish Nature understands that when a couple travel together, sometimes one has less interest in the actual birding and prefers to enjoy other aspects of the visited holiday destination.
Travelling together as friends, this is our philosophy, because we want to enjoy the tour as much as you and we also want to be an integral part of the group.
Our birding guides are of an extremely high standard, maybe this is not necessary to say, but of course we want to assure you, that you will really see all possible birds.
Our next birdwatching tour to Costa Rica. We start our birding holiday in Costa Rica on 2nd February 2010 and if our past experiences are anything to go by, then this promises to be one of the main highlights in our Birding holiday tour calendar. There are a few remaining places and we advise booking soon in order to avoid disappointment. This birdwatching holiday runs from 2nd to 15th February with options to extend your stay both before and after the main tour dates. This birdwatching tour is especially tailored to give a relaxing holiday and with options to either join-in on our walks or simply opt out and enjoy the surroundings. Guaranteed an experience of a lifetime, so do please join us. See full details here.
We leave for our annual pilgrimage for autumn migration in Morocco on the 16th September and if you would like to join us, then we have ONE place left! It is a great tour and among the many highlights we will visit one of the largest colonies in the world for Eleonora’s Falcon Falco eleonorae and travel through the coastal area of the Anti-Atlas Mountains. Scenically the area is stunning and from here we journey southwards to our desert camp on the Atlantic coast. Of course important sites such as the nature reserve at Oued Massa are explored and local birds are guaranteed. Why not join us?
Our Kenya tour begins! It’s August and it sees the beginning of our tour to Kenya. It is a fantastic destination with around 1,089 species of bird; of course the tour has been scheduled at this time of year to coincide with the spectacular animal migration in the Masai Mara National Reserve. The wildlife in Kenya has to rate among the very best and the range of habitats help to make Kenya one of the natural wonders of the world. Our tour will see such an incredible variety of birds, from the largest in the world the Ostrich to the wonder of thousands of Lesser Flamingo painting the landscape pink. Why not join our tour in 2010?
Our migration started early here with literally 000’s of Swift and hirundines making their way south, these have been joined by large numbers of Bee eater, White Stork and Black Kite. Not surprising given how wet it has been in northern Europe, but things here have also been bad with one of the driest springs and summers on record, currently we are melting under very hot temperatures and just about everything is struggling, including us! As we report, a few things have brightened our summer and also some sad news too, but hopefully you will be interested in our news round of local happenings and events…
Iberia Bird Festival 7th – 9th September 2012 is an exciting showcase of nature here in the Iberian Peninsula and the venue for this year’s festival is based near to the attractive village of Rodalquilar, SPA Gabo de Gata in Almería. All kinds of activities are planned, including special focus on the provision of facilities for children, interactive games and educational programmes. The area is rich and diverse in habitat and birdlife, several daily excursions are available from the venue of the festival and visitors can even hire bicycles from the main festival grounds. With beaches also just a short walking distance away, there will be plenty of things to please everybody…
Some of the foremost and most knowledgeable bird and wildlife guides have come together to form a network that covers the southern most province in Spain. Not only does this offer visitors a chance to combine the 4 corners of the province for nature holidays, but it also combines some of the most popular day tours available to birdwatchers seeking the best hot spots for birding in Andalucia. From the western Odiel Marshes through the Doñana and across to the Strait of Gibraltar, ascending the high limestone peaks in Malaga Province to the highest point in Spain in the Sierra Nevada, to Lammergeier country in Jaen to the Deserts of Almería, see what’s on offer!
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