A 12-day bird photography tour in Bulgaria providing excellent conditions to take pictures of colourful and attractive European birds, such as the Egyptian and Griffon Vultures, European Roller, European Bee-eater, Black-headed Bunting, Red-backed Shrike, Semi-collared Flycatcher, Pied Wheatear, Eurasian Penduline Tit, Eurasian Golden Oriole and many others. This tour includes 5 different regions in […]
This is a one day guided tour that takes you to the west of Varna to explore a region with exceptional natural beauty, and which is also very rich in birdlife, archaeological and historical monuments. The tour starts and ends in Varna, visiting the towns of Shumen and Provadia. The sites we visit include the […]
A tour exploring the diverse birdlife on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea coast with thousands of pelicans, rare birds of prey and passerines and many other eastern delights! Depending on the season, this tour allows you to enjoy the songs and displays of resident breeders or the spectacular annual migration of thousands of birds of […]
This is a one-day guided tour that takes you to explore the major sites of interest around the city of Varna by car/minivan. The region itself is very beautiful and diverse, as are the places and sites to be visited. The sites to be visited include: Yatata Protected Area, the Varna – Beloslav Lake Complex, […]
This is a photography tour focusing on two main bird species – the Dalmatian Pelican and the Griffon Vulture. To take photos of Dalmatian Pelican we visit Lake Kerkini in northern Greece and for Griffon Vultures we visit the Eastern Rhodope Mountains in southern Bulgaria.
A 9-day wildlife holiday to Bulgaria’s south-western mountain ranges in search of the most desirable species of butterflies on the Balkan peninsula and a good selection of birds typical for South-Eastern Europe. Day 1: The tour starts from Sofia at 14.00 h (2 p.m.) at the latest. The tour participants will be picked up either […]
This tour gives a great opportunity to see all the 9 species of woodpeckers, occurring in Europe, plus some elusive species of owls and grouse, staying high in the wish-list of many birders.