Angola has only recently been opened to birders, and only a few birding outlets operate within the country presently, this being due to bad roads and poor infrastructure, however, conditions are improving constantly.
Batis Birding offers the birder a full Angola itinerary to search for some of the most wanted species on the African continent.
While accommodation establishments are fairly basic, the large diversity and amount of endemics to be seen will make this safari well worth it.
17 Nights & 18 Days
Our 18-day tour has been designed to cover a wide range of habitats to look for Angola's endemics and specials with great photographic opportunities. The tour is fully accommodated (no camping).
Luanda - Uige - Calandula - N'dalatando - Muxima - Kumbira Forest - Namba - Huambo - Lubango
Angola Cave Chat, Gabela Akalat, Swierstra's, Grey-striped and Finsch's Spurfowl, Red-crested Turaco, Angola & Margaret's Batis, Anchieta's Barbet, White-headed Robin-Chat, Gabela, Braun's and Monteiro's Bushshrike, Lepe and Bubbling Cisticola, Ludwig's Double-collared, Bocage's and Oustalet's Sunbird, Dusky Twinspot, White-fronted Wattle-eye, Gabela Helmetshrike, Pulitzer's Longbill, Angola Slaty Flycatcher, Benguela Long-billed Lark, Angola Lark, Hartert's Camaroptera, Angolan Swee and Cinderella Waxbill, Golden-backed Bishop, Rufous-tailed Palm Thrush, Red-backed Mousebird and Gabon Coucal.
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