Overview

Our extension to the incredible Iguazú Falls, the most voluminous and arguably most scenic falls in the world, offers fantastic Atlantic Rainforest birding and targets include Surucua Trogon, Blond-crested Woodpecker, Rufous-capped Motmot, Rufous Gnateater – and many more! Our itinerary also allows time to venture to higher-elevations birding sites in search of other regional specialties such as Black-fronted Piping Guan, Dusky-tailed  Antbird, Bertoni’s Antbird and Tufted Antshrike. We will also visit the Jardin de las Picaflores where a good set of spectacular hummingbirds come to the feeders. This is a highly enjoyable addition to our Brazil – Birds & Wildlife of the Pantanal & Cerrado birding tour!

Tour Facts Top Birds
Black-fronted Piping Guan, Surucua Trogon, Maroon-bellied Parakeet, Spot-billed Toucanet, Toco Toucan, Chestnut-eared Aracari, Slaty-breasted Wood-rail, Great Dusky Swift, Black Jacobin, Planalto Hermit, Swallow-tailed Hummingbird, Blond-crested, Yellow-fronted & Robust Woodpecker, Ochre-collared Piculet, Rufous-capped Motmot, Buff-bellied Puffbird, Rufous Gnateater, Araucaria Tit-Spinetail, Sharp-tailed Streamcreeper, Bertoni’s & Dusky-tailed Antbird, Spot-backed & Tufted Antshrike, Streak-capped Antwren, Speckle-breasted Antpitta, Southern Bristle Tyrant, Eared Pygmy Tyrant, Southern Antpipit, Plush-crested Jay, Blue Manakin, Red-ruffed Fruitcrow, Blue-naped Chlorophonia, Chestnut-bellied Euphonia, Green-headed, Magpie & Chestnut-headed Tanager.
Top Mammals
South American Coati, Black-horned Capuchin, Brazilian Dwarf Brocket
Habitats Covered
Primary and secondary interior Atlantic Forest, bamboo-dominated forest, Araucaria forest patch.
Expected Climate
Pleasant to warm and humid
Max Group Size
10 with 1 Rockjumper leader
Tour Pace & Walking
very relaxed, undemanding walks
Accommodation
comfortable lodge
Ease of Birding
moderate with some challenging species
Photographic Opportunities
excellent
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The ability of our guide, Rich Lindie, to locate the birds from the faintest movement or call under difficult and trying conditions was outstanding.

We felt that the trip was very well organised and efficient so we could spend as much time in the field as possible. Glen was a terrific guide - excellent birder as well as his concern that everyone was seeing the birds. Glen was very even in his manner at all times and with everyone.

CJ

The B&BG Tour was the trip of a lifetime for me. Rockjumper did everything just right. The birds and animals, the accommodations, and especially Wayne were all top notch. Although Wayne is relatively new to Rockjumper, he is definitely a keeper – personable, a keen observer, and a natural leader. He really made the tour more than “just another birding trip”. This is certainly a tour that I would enthusiastically recommend to anyone, although I am seriously considering South Africa next. Alison was wonderfully helpful, especially for finding a U.S. travel agent who booked affordable and reliable airline tickets for me.

I would recommend Rockjumper to my birding colleagues back in Cape May, New Jersey. Cuan and Rockjumper did an outstanding job in helping us plan our trip.

A

A massive thanks has to go to André, the ranger, he was exceptional. His knowledge of wildlife was incredible. We were able to learn so much about the animals, plants and he is the 'bird' guru!! We cant thank him enough for his time, going out of his way to show us everything possible, we saw everything.

Dates, Leaders and Pricing
2022 DEPARTURES
2023 DEPARTURES
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