The Bale Mountains is one of the top five bird watching sites in Africa.
The National Park harbours some 16 endemic species along with large numbers of migratory birds and passage raptors alongside the resident populations. Bale Mountains National Park is one of the largest remaining tropical Cloud Forests on earth and Ethiopia’s premier National Park.
Join us for an extraordinary journey off discovery in search of the unique birdlife in this incredible part of Africa.
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Africa offers some of the best birding destinations in the world. Come and explore these diverse wilderness areas and experience the discovery of unique African bird species in some of the most spectacular scenery and wilderness destinations in Africa.
This vast, wild region, with its wide range of landscapes, is home to an incredible diversity of life. It holds globally significant populations of Western Lowland Gorilla and Forest Elephant as well as a plethora of other species: 430 bird species and more than 100 mammal species of which around 50 are classified as medium- or large-sized. It has the highest number (11) of diurnal primates for any forest block in central Africa, as well as central Africa’s highest density of Chimpanzees.
Located in southern Tanzania, the Selous Game Reserve is Africa's largest game reserve, measuring 50,000 km2 and is relatively undisturbed by human impact. The Selous wildlife is all the more interesting as it attracts both east and southern African wildlife, both resident and migratory, and over 440 known species of birds. Whilst being the largest National Park in Tanzania, Ruaha also holds a special significance as it covers a unique transition zone where the Eastern and Southern biomes intersect offering an extraordinary diversity of animals, plants and birds. There are upwards of 560 species of birds; half of all Tanzania’s birds may be glimpsed in this park making it one of the continents premier birding destinations.