Livingstone National Park: Half-Day Bird Watching Tour
Embark on a 3-hour guided tour to discover the diverse bird species of Livingstone National Park.
- Get a perfect introduction to the diverse birdlife of Zambia
- Learn more about the species from a professional and informative guide
- Try to spot some of the 750 different bird species
DescriptionBe picked up from your hotel and travel to Livingstone National Park to discover some of Zambia's estimated 750 bird species. With a professional guide, try to spot some of the rarest species of the area, including the Taita falcon, the elusive African Finfoot, the Brown Firefinch, and Schalow`s Turaco. In the wetland and swamp areas, find waterfowl such as herons, storks, ibises, as well as the stately crowned and wattled cranes. If you are lucky, catch a glimpse of Zambia's most sought-after wetland species, the shoebill stork. In drier terrain, learn about the country's only truly endemic bird species, the Chaplin's barbet, with its distinctive red eye patch. Other colorful highlights of birdlife here include Bohm's bee-eater, the racket-tailed roller, and the spotted creeper. After 3 hours in the park, be returned to your hotel or accommodation.
IncludesNational Park fees Bottled water Light refreshments Driver/guide Hotel pickup and drop-off Gratuities
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
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