2018 Tour price has not been set
Zimbabwe is justly famous as a superb birding destination that leaves one with a lasting impression of having experienced the real ‘wild Africa.’ Pristine wilderness areas, spectacular landscapes and an amazing variety of ecosystems make Zimbabwe a natural history paradise.
Our short extension to the Eastern Highlands takes in the best of Zimbabwe’s montane species including the near endemic Chirinda Apalis, Roberts’s Warbler, the delightful Swynnerton’s Robin, Bronzy, Miombo Double-collared and Western Violet-backed Sunbirds, Black-fronted and Olive Bushshrikes, Mottled Swift, African Spotted Creeper, Red-faced Crombec, White-breasted Cuckooshrike, Green-capped Eremomela, Red-faced Crimsonwing, Yellow-bellied Waxbill, Cabanis’s Bunting, and Cinnamon-breasted Tit.
Chirinda Apalis, Roberts’s Warbler, Swynnerton’s Robin, Bronzy, Miombo Double-collared, Western Violet-backed Sunbirds, Black-fronted and Olive Bushshrikes, Cinnamon-breasted Tit, Buff-spotted Flufftail, Whyte’s and White-eared Barbets, Livingstone’s Turaco, Silvery-cheeked Hornbill, African Emerald Cuckoo, Barratt’s Warbler, Yellow-streaked and Stripe-cheeked Greenbuls, Yellow-throated Woodland Warbler, Orange Ground Thrush, Grey Cuckooshrike, White-tailed Crested and Blue-mantled Crested Flycatchers, Red-faced Crimsonwing, Red-throated & Green Twinspots, Yellow-bellied Waxbill, Augur Buzzard, Ayres’s Hawk-Eagle, Mottled Swift
Bushbuck, the diminutive Blue Duiker, Blue Monkey, Mutable Sun Squirrel and African Palm Civet
montane forests, miombo woodland
temperate, cool in the mountains