Namibia and Zambia Birding Tour
30th September – 14th October: Namibia and Zambia birding highlights include Double-banded Courser, African Finfoot, Dune Lark, Chestnut-banded Plover, Secretary Bird,
- Dates: 15th Aug – 30th Oct 2021
- Cost: £xxxx
- Single Supplement: £xxx
- Deposit: £xxx
- Tour length: 15 Days (13 days birding)
- Min/Max group size: 6 / 10
- Start/Finish: Windhoek/
- Tour Type: Birding/Mammals
- Photo Opps: Very Good
- Physicality: Easy
- Leaders: Nick Upton & Local Guides
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Namibia and Zambia Birding
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Day 1, Arrival in Windhoek – 30th September 2021
Tour Cost: £xxxx per person
Single supplement: £xxx
Included in the tour cost: All transport including airport transfers, all meals, accommodation (based on two people sharing a room) including a hotel on the day of arrival and on the final night of the tour, bottled drinking water, national park entry fees, boat trip, services of English-speaking birding guide and Calidris Birding Tours guide.
Not included in the tour cost: International flights, travel insurance, visa (most nationalities get 30-day visa-free entry), alcoholic and soft drinks, tips, excess baggage fees, laundry and any other items of a personal nature.
Accommodation: All a
Physical effort: Most
Weather: At most
Nick Upton has been birding since the age of seven and leading birding tours full-time since 2007. After travelling extensively in Asia he settled in Thailand in 1997, teaching English and science while establishing thaibirding.com. With a BSc (Hons) Wildlife & Countryside Conservation he is well placed to understand the ecology of birds as well as the conservation issues that affect them.
Nick is co-founder/director of Calidris Birding Tours.
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While we make every effort to adhere to the advertised itinerary for this Namibia and Zambia birding tour, we reserve the right to make changes in the case of unforeseen circumstances that are beyond our control. These can include problems with accessibility, national park closures, unseasonal weather events or any other reason that may demand a change of itinerary.
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