TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
Trinidad and Tobago – the sputhernmost pair of islands in the Carribean – make up one of the world's smallest states. The national language is English and the birds are typically South American.
These islands provide an easy introduction to a bewildering new set of families that confront the first-time visitor to Latin America. We visit a wide range of habitats on these small islands ,including elfin forest, montane and lowland rainforest, savannah grassland, mangrove, fresh and saltwater swamps, ocean beaches and coral reefs.
Our stay on Trinidad will be based at the famous Asa Wright Nature Centre. This is a former coffee, cocoa and citrus plantation where it is a delight to stay. The view from veranda over the Arima Valley is breathtaking, and to be able to see seven species of hummingbird visiting the feeders outside the window is something never to be forgotten. The Centre is conveniently situated near the island's Nothern Ranges – essentially a spur of the Andes – and is excellent for many montane bird species.
Later, our stay on Tobago will enable us to see a few specialities that do not exist on Trinidad, and we shall be able to explore an excellent sea-bird island and some beautiful coral reefs. Bring your mask and snorkel if that takes your fancy!
Without a doubt, these tours will offer not only excellent birding, but also good food and a warm welcome from these Carribean people.
We have now run over 60 tours to the islands, and we are proud to announce that Ornitholidays has carried more birdwatchers to Trinidad and Tobago than any other birding company in the world.
Our experience here is unrivalled and we believe we have the right formula to make sure that this is a holiday that you will never forget.
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
1 April to 12 April 2019 (land)
Leader: Simon Boyes
2018 Cost 4.480 euro - single room suppl. €780
(GBP around £4.066)
Secretary & Logistic Coordinator
We speak English, Italian, Spanish, French and Russian
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+39 0141 918403