Birding in Southern Africa
Create unforgettable memories birding in Africa
Playing host to many migratory birds, any budding ornithologist or avid birdwatcher would be in states of high spirits when spotting some of southern Africa?s migratory or rare flyers.
South Africa is filled with flapping flyers and home to rare birds such as the African Penguin, Ludwigs Bustard, Ground Hornbill, Shoebills, Cape Parrot, African Black Oystercatcher, Chaplins barbet and Blue Swallow.
Birding off the beaten track
For diehard bird watchers who are interested in escaping commercial birding spots and would like to explore the bush experience, there are plenty of ideal bird watching spots across Southern Africa.
There are variou lodges, reserves and expert bird guides that offer tailored bird watching trips into the bush, grasslands and wetlands. Some of the best game reserves and parks in which to see incredible birds are the Kruger National Park, Kariega Game Reserve, iSimangaliso Wetland Park and De Hoop Nature Reserve.
Advice from Safari Russ:
“The entire region is diverse in landscapes, from fertile forests to dry deserts, all sustaining an array of magnificent feathered friends. Let’s go off the beaten track and explore new areas”
Explore Birdwatching Destinations
No matter where you go on a birdwatching safari in Africa, Greenlife will ensure that you have an unforgettable experience. The African bush in a unique place that captivates and teaches you a different perspective of life.
- Garden Route
- Namib Desert
- Okavango Delta
- De Hoop
- West Coast
- Pelagic Sea Trips
- Lake Malawi
– Safari Russ –