Peru is a Paradise for birdwatchers, from exotic hummingbirds (118 species), cotingas (33 species), and antbirds (142 species), to flocks of hundreds of Macaws at clay licks, mixed species flocks of over 60 species, and rare endemics like the White-winged Guan and the flightless Junin Grebe.
Peru is a country with 1800 species of birds and more than 104 life zones known in the world, 84 occur in Peru. A complete mosaic comprises almost every type of habitat imaginable from the deserts and dry forests of the coast to the Puna grassland and snow-capped mountains of the Andes, and the multitude of types of forests within the Amazonian lowlands.
Birding Peru tour gives you all you need to know about bird watching in Peru. Traveling through Peru you will see Marvelous Spatuletail, Golden-backed Mountain-Tanager, Diademed Sandpiper-Plover, White-masked Antbird, White-winged Guan, Royal Cinclodes, Cock-of-the-Rock, Macaw lick, Grey-bellied Comet, Peruvian Thickknee, White-cheeked Cotinga, Inca Tern, Markham’s Storm-Petrel, Waved Albatross and more.
Peru is encompasses a long stretch of the Andes mountains as well as vast Amazonian jungle, Pacific coastal region, arid and largest desert zones, the world’s highest navigable lake as known Titicaca and the largest one in South America, and dozens high Andes and volcanoes ranging over 5000m elevation. It is crisscrossed by dozens of large rivers and canyons which provide amazing diversity within their valleys.
In Peru the birders can see bird species than found in all of North America and Europe combined. Home to 120 endemic species that cannot be found anywhere else in the world!.
Peru’s biological affinity in the world’s largest parks, Manu National Park, covers more than a million and a half hectares of land in South America and has the highest number of bird species recorded in one protected areas as well as 45 national parks and nature reserves.
Peru possesses an extraordinary ornithological diversity. New species are continually being discovered every year in its cloud-forests and Amazon jungles, as well as in its rugged mountains and inter-Andean valleys.
We designed and organize birdwatching tours to satisfy your expectation to see the most amazing and recently discovered birds, with quality, enjoyable, professionally organized birding experience, to beautiful and exciting destinations combining visits to the most renowned archaeological sites including Cusco, Machu Picchu sanctuary, Nazca Lines, Colca canyon, Lake Titicaca, Manu National park, Paracas National reserve, the sacred valley of the Incas or the Tambopata jungle, and many zones more.