Natural History Tours

Natural History Tours

Visit the stunning Pirin mountains in Bulgaria and the beautiful wetlands in Greece.

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Bulgarian Mountains & Greek Wetlands

This is an opportunity to combine not only two countries in one tour, but two contrasting habitats. In Bulgaria the Pirin mountains will provide pine forest birds and in Greece there will be visits to wetlands including Kerkini lake, Axios river, lakes VoNi and Langada and the Nestos and Evros deltas, the last is an important bottleneck for migratory birds.

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Winter Wildfowl Tour 

This tour gives you a chance to see Red-breasted Geese, White-headed Ducks and other wintering geese and ducks on the Black Sea coast. The one-week tour will have two centres, the first on the northern part of the Black Sea coast, and then in the south near Burgas lakes. 

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Bulgarian Mountains & Greek Wetlands

This is an opportunity to combine not only two countries in one tour, but two contrasting habitats. In Bulgaria the Pirin mountains will provide pine forest birds and in Greece there will be visits to wetlands including Kerkini lake, Axios river, lakes VoNi and Langada and the Nestos and Evros deltas, the last is an important bottleneck for migratory birds. 

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Autumn Migration

This one-week tour visits the migration hotspots on the northern and southern Black Sea coast, where the migration is a truly remarkable spectacle. The southern section in particular is a bottleneck for birds from all of eastern Europe. Flocks of tens of thousands of White Stork, birds of prey and pelicans heading south fill the skies, as well as passerines such as Red-breasted Flycatcher and Pied Wheatear, and a good selection of waders.

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Comments from our customers about our natural history tours

Our air-conditioned coach with a window seat for everyone (42 seats for 19 people) was sheer luxury. The guided tours by our interpreter of some old town centres and historic sites, and photo stops at picturesque villages all added to the cultural experience in addition to the nature. Within a day or two the group had gelled and a party atmosphere made the whole experience so much more enjoyable. To be with people of similar interests and outlook was a joy. Nearly 80 species of butterfly and 216 species of bird were identified in addition to many flowers, beetles and some mammals.

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