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Bird Watching

Explore unique Caucasian and migratory birds. Observe the species of water birds, birds of prey and songbirds.

Just take your binocular and spirit of adventure!

  • Regions: Khevi – Kakheti – Javakheti

  • Duration: 11 nights

  • Food: Full Board

  • Accommodation: Hotels/Guesthouses

  • Best Months: May, February, March, September

  • Group Size: Limited

  • Travel: 4WD/Minivan

  • Main Activities: Bird Watching



Georgian contrasting and varied lands give a great opportunity to see numerous Caucasian species of flora and fauna. Trip consists mainly visiting alpine widows, semi-desert areas, wetlands and National Parks with rich species of birds.

In the northern part of Georgia at foot of the great Caucasus range explorer has a chance to observe birds like: Caucasian Black Grouse, Caucasian Snow Cock, Great Rosefish (Caprodacus Rubiculla), Guldenstart’s Redstar (Phoenicurus erythrogaster), Red-Fronted Serin, Bearded Vulture and many more…

The journey consists also of strolling through semi deserted areas with exploration of its unique wildlife. Here a birdwatcher can find species like: Griffon Vulture (Gypsfulvus), Imperial Eagle (Aquilla heliaca), Black Eared Wheater (Oenanthe Hispanica), Isabelline Wheater (Oenanthe Isabellina), Rock sparrow (Petronia) and more.

Depending on season rare species could be detected.

  • Full Board

  • All accommodation

  • All domestic transfers

  • Bird Watching Expert & Assistant

  • National Park Entrance fees & Local Guides

  • First Aid Kit

  • Covid-19 Safety Kit

  • Visa or Visa Fees

  • Airfare

  • Single Supplement

  • Medical expenses and insurance

  • Re-booking of hotels

  • Special Meals

  • Items of Personal Nature

  • Extra Sites

  • Bird Watching Equipment

  • Items not mentioned in detailed itinerary

  • PCR Tests

  • Accommodation: Hotel – 8 nights, Guesthouse –3 night

  • Meals: Full Board

  • Trip Duration: 12 days

  • Mode of Travel: 4WD/Mild Walk

  • Tour Staff: Bird Watching Expert; Driver

  • Better to bring: Binocular; Camera

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