Welcome to Vietnam Bird Tours
Vietnam is home to one of the richest but most poorly known avifaunas of any Southeast Asian country, with a number of endemic, near-endemic, and highly threatened species found there. As a matter of fact, no other mainland Southeast Asian country can boast as many endemics as Vietnam. Although intense agriculture, population pressures, and the long era of strife in this small country have taken their toll on the native wildlife and habitat, several fine reserves and national parks dot the length of the country and shelter some of Southeast Asia’s rarest birds and mammals, including several species new to science. Figures for the total number of bird species recorded in the country range around 870 species. The high bird species richness in Vietnam can be attributed to the wide latitudinal and elevational variation present within the country, which has led to the development of a wide range of habitat types.Browse Bỉd About Bird
The joy of tailor-made travel is that your entire holiday is designed around your requirements basing on your personal needs and budget, so you are not tied to the set itinerary of a group. This allows you to explore your own interests, your own plan and select your own style of accommodation.
Smaller group sizes mean more personalized services. We have limited our group size to a maximum of eight riders, unless you requests more for your special departure. The group is smaller, you will receive more individual attention throughout the trip.
quality of your guide can make the difference between a good trip and an outstanding one. Our guides possess a wealth of knowledge. They share real experiences of their own lives, their families, influences and beliefs that provide a deeper understanding of the local culture and people.
developed strong relationships with local suppliers enabling us to offer you competitive hotel rates and holiday packages at low price. We guarantee to offer you the competitive rates at the premium service quality level in the market. Our price are neither “cheap” nor expensive.
Our Client’s Words
"Thanks again for a wonderful birding trip to Cuc Phuong. I’m sorry for all the time you had to spend searching for trogons and pittas! I was very happy with everything I was able to see. After you left, I got wonderful views of a Pied Falconet very close along that side road, and also of a Racket-tailed Treepie, so I ended up with good looks at both treepie species. We also had good luck with the jacanas – I attach one of the best photos. There was also a young grebe in the same area with an interesting head pattern – almost like a finfoot. I attach a photo for your possible interest. As we left, a large dark duck flew over, headed toward the Van Long reserve area. Definitely a duck, not a cormorant. All I could make out was overall dark color, no contrasting patterns. Perhaps a whistling-duck, but it seemed heavier-bodied. A mystery! Thanks again. If I am ever able to return to Vietnam, I will certainly book another birding trip with you. I hope that will happen! Pepper, July 2013 Wow! That is brilliant Tien. Was it hard to see? I do want to come back to Vietnam to see more primates with you. Do you mind if I add the picture to my blog to tell people? Happy new year to you – I hope everything is going well for you. Jon, January 2013 Dear Mr. Bui Duc Tien, Thanks again for guiding me so proficiently! It has been a great trip so far, and I have learned a lot. Yours very truly, Gary. June 201 ."
"I have been working in Bach Ma National Park since 1999 with chances to observe and spot the birds of the region. Five new bird species out of 330 at BachMa checklist have been seen in my trips. Friendly, enthusiatic and knowing the region well I will be a good companion for birdwatvhing trips in the Central area. Located in Central Vietnam, the range of Annamite is a large biodiversity and home to many species of birds, promissing a visitor the change to see many interesting birds. Thanks for a great safe trip."
"Just starting to the aiport. Many thanks for the fantastic organization of the 2014 tour. I hope we will be able to bring larger group next year – and in future! We will be in touch in June about the revised itinerary once I have discussed it with the boss.Take care and all the best for your remaining season.How did you know about us? Internet search."
"Spoon-billed Sandpiper (Eurynorhynchus pygmeus) is a critically endangered species (IUCN redlist 2013). It’s breeding in Russia and wintering down the western Pacific coast through Russia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, mainland China, Hong Kong (China), Taiwan (China) and South-east Asia including Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.Mekong Delta is one of key remaining SbS wintering sites. The survey done by Birds Russia collaborated with University of Science in Ho Chi Minh city in 2011 had recorded up to 8 or at least 5 birds (Vladimir et al., 2012). In additional, by personal observations, there was 1 bird recorded in Can Gio area in April 2010 (Nguyen Hoai Bao) and another one record also in Can Gio in October 2010 (Jonathan Eames). An older survey in 2000 by Moores, N. and Nguyen Phuc Bao Hoa has reorded up to 5 individuals in Ba Tri area.This one-week survey therefore could a desirable data to support mornitoring SbS as well as waders population wintering in Mekong delta, especially at the IBAs along coastal in the southern Vietnam.How did you know about us? Google search and reading reviews."
Every year, over 50 million waterbirds make an epic journey along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway, which connects the north-east Asian breeding grounds with wintering grounds in south-east Asia and Australia. For example, the Far Eastern Curlew travels the length of East Asia from its breeding grounds in Siberia to the wetlands of southern Australia, while the Bar-tailed Godwit holds the record for longest non-stop flight of over 11,000 km, travelling from Alaska to New Zealand. We believe that the wonder of these annual migrations will be a way of gaining support for bird and habitat conservation amongst the broader public.
Welcome to the Birds provides BirdLife Partners with the opportunity to demonstrate that some of their country’s key species are shared by other countries, placing even more importance on the need to protect key sites. Welcome to the Birds provides the opportunity for a BirdLife Partner to do advocacy work and awareness-raising at a key site or for a threatened species by reaching out to specific groups such as schools, or to the general public.
How did you know about us? I found the company in the Lonely Planet guide."
"Giant Ibis was just one of the many fabulous sightings we enjoyed on our Cambodia & South Vietnam tour – those exceptional White-shouldered Ibis, another critically endangered species, the splendid Bengal Florican that put on such a good show, that stunning male Green Peafowl, those Siamese Firebacks, both Bar-bellied and Blue-rumped Pittas – the latter right out in the open, the many raptors from Black Eagle to Black Baza, incredible sunbirds including just awesome Black-throated and Mrs. Gould’s, Vietnamese Cutias and Gray-crowned Crocias, stunning views of four species of bee-eaters, the many barbets and broadbills (those Black-and-red!!) and woodpeckers – especially those Great Slaty Woodpeckers and the fabulous White-browed Piculet – everyone’s favourite!, and a plethora of kingfishers, woodpeckers, malkohas, trogons, minivets, leafbirds, babblers and laughingthrushes, spiderhunters, flowerpeckers, and mammals including macaques, langurs, mongooses, squirrels and Muntjac and Sambar deer! And the fantastic Spoon-billed Sandpipers and Nordmann’s Greenshanks on our first day! Yes, lots of really fine sightings!. Michael."
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