A Lesser Antilles birding tour is quite simply an epic adventure, covering 6 countries and 10 islands in the quest to seek out all the single island and Lesser Antillean Endemics. Made up of the southerly Windward and northerly Leeward Islands, the Lesser Antilles are the last frontier of Caribbean birding. These volcanic islands on the edge of the Caribbean Plate are the gateway between the harsh Atlantic Ocean and the warm, tranquil Caribbean sea. Starting from Barbados, the most easterly of the islands, we embark on numerous short hops to Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Montserrat, Barbuda and, ultimately, Antigua. Hosting 14 single island endemics, 17 Lesser Antillean Endemics, 14 Caribbean Endemics and upwards of 8 potential splits, this travel intensive but birding relaxed tour appeals to the birder, twitcher and photographer alike. Gaudy birds, picture postcard beaches, turquoise seas, rugged landscapes and friendly locals promise to make a trip here one of your birding highlights!