2021 Prices are an estimate, dates are not confirmed and may change.
Our Zimbabwe & Zambia – Rallid Quest is part of a never before series of tours in birding history. This unique tour is dedicated to finding mythical and ultra-difficult rallids and flufftails as well as a number of other regional endemics along the way. Included in this spectacular list of Crakes, Rails, Quails and Flufftails are such mega species as Striped Crake, Streaky-breasted, and Chestnut-headed Flufftails and Blue Quail, along with a supporting cast of African, Baillon’s, Spotted and Corn Crakes, African Rail, Allen’s Gallinule, Lesser Moorhen, Lesser Jacana and Black-rumped Buttonquail. As if these once-in-a-lifetime rallid quest wasn’t enough, we’ll also be on the lookout for those species restricted to the miombo woodland, mushitu forest and dambos such as Anchieta’s Barbet, Bar-winged Weaver, Bocage’s Akalat, Ross’s Turaco and Locust Finch to mention just a few.
Striped, Spotted, African & Corn Crakes, Streaky-breasted, Chestnut-headed & Red-chested Flufftails, Blue Quail, Black-rumped Buttonquail, Lesser Moorhen, Allen’s Gallinule, Greater Painted-snipe, African Snipe, Black Coucal, Rosy-throated Longclaw, Cuckoo-finch, Locust Finch, African Grass Owl, African Spotted Creeper, Whyte’s Barbet, Bar-winged Weaver, Miombo Tit, Green-backed Woodpecker, Anchieta’s, Western Violet-backed & Western Miombo Sunbirds, Pale-billed Hornbill, Souza’s Shrike, Reichard’s Seedeater, Bocage’s Akalat, Laura’s Woodland Warbler, White-tailed Crested Flycatcher, Ross’s Turaco, Chestnut-backed Sparrow-Weaver, Böhm’s Flycatcher.
dambos, grasslands, miombo woodland, wetlands, mopane woodland
hot with high levels of humidity in some places. Rain can be expected.
This is a mega tour. Birding will be intense, will as many hours spent in the field as possible. This tour is not suited for the casual birder or non-birding partner.