Experience how is it to go birding in one of the richest endemic bird areas of the world. A regular 12 days trip to Northern Peru has a list of more than 700 bird species, including about 60 endemics. We have 6 main itineraries to north Peru for 2017 covering the entire region from the Pacific coast to the Amazonian lowlands, featuring specialties like White-winged Guan, Wattled Curassow, Andean Condor, Marvelous Spatuletail, Long-whiskered Owlet, Great Potoo, Plume-throated Cotinga, an amazing diversity of Tanagers, Jacamars, Woodpeckers, Woodcreepers, Antbirds, more than 50 species of hummingbirds and a overwhelming diversity of Flycatchers.
Another amazing birding destination within Peru is the southern part of the country, mainly the Cuzco area. Our Southern Peru trips had been design to show you both, culture and birds. For instance, you can have plenty of time inside Machu Picchu for photographs and enjoy the local birds like Inca Wren, Cusco Brush-Finch, or Tricolored Brush-Finch; or you can walk the trails in the cloud forests along the road to Manu National Park, and even watch a lek of Andean Cock-of-the-Rock from a comfortable seat. Manu National Park and Tambopata Reserve are fantastic places for birding, with several species of Parrots and Macaws attending the clay licks and more than 60 species of Antbirds. Also, the Amazonian lowlands are good for other wildlife like Tapirs and Jaguars.