Every venture starts with a vision. A vision that shapes what a company is made up of and what it actually desires. Tropical Photo tours also was started with a clear motive of helping photographers, nature-lovers and wildlife conservationists witness and experience the beauty of Tropical Rainforests in various countries, ensuring we stay true to the ethics of the regions. Thus, our main focus is to help people to explore various Top spots to Bird watch countries and their distinctive species and capture their best photographs with us! Since our establishment, we have curated unique Bird Photography tours, customized Photography Travel Tours and fun-filled photography sessions in over 5 countries and we take pride in providing best service to our customers, ensuring their good health and the best bird photography experience they could have in any of their past or future tours. Our aim is to make wildlife photography accessible and unworried for everyone!
We at Tropical Photo Tours take pride in the portfolio and experience our guests take back with them. We submerge ourselves in thorough research to ensure our tours are valuable, incomparable, and help create healthy eco-tourism opportunities to maximize the benefit for the local community and people involved. With so many of adventurous untold stories, Let’s have a look on the most amazing tour that is brazil bird photo tours in South America.
Our planned tours in South America namely are as follows:
- Brazil Bird Photo Tour (Atlantic Forest)
- Ecuador Bird Photo Tour
- Colombia Bird Photo Tour
- Brazil Jaguar Photo Tour – Pantanal & Atlantic Forest:
- Peru Bird Photo Tour
- Ecuador Herping Tour
South America’s biodiversity and ease of access to wildlife make it a very popular destination for bird photographers from around the world. With the most vibrant fauna that the country has to offer from the Atlantic rainforests to the coasts of Rio De Janeiro to Peru and Machu-Pichu. South America hosts such extraordinarily different areas, from the vast Amazon Basin to the largest natural wetland area on Earth, the Pantanal, to the unique Atlantic Forests, which are home to some of the most threatened animals on the planet. Let’s explore this together!
Brazil has one of the richest magnificent bird diversities in the world. The fauna list of Brazil includes a total of 1822 confirmed species of which 238 are endemic. We plan tours according to availability factors of the targeted species. Our plan for this tour includes following:
Places to Explore: Rainforest lodges which is well known for its regular avian visitors, Multi-flash photography trained private lodge feeders to capture the stunning hummingbirds, the town of Eldorado and the coastal side of Brazil in the city of Peruibe.
Targeted Species: Green headed tanagers, saffron toucanets, red-breasted toucans, yellow-fronted woodpecker, maroon-bellied parrot, roadside hawk, white-tipped dove, pale breasted thrush, golden crowned warbler, blue dacnis, azure shouldered tanager, Brazilian ruby, Saw-billed hummingbird, scale-throated hummingbird, violet-crowned wood nymph, the magpie tanager, black-goggled tanager, ruby crowned tanager, half-collared sparrow, sharp-tailed streamer, the red necked tanager, blue winged parroted, long-tailed tyrant , blue-dacnis, masked water tyrant, violet-capped woodnymph, eared dove, barred ant shrike, plain parakeet, squirrel cuckoo, the coastal side of Brazil in the city of Peruibe, special burrowing owls, Blond crested woodpecker, azure jay, channel billed toucan, red rumped cacique, golden chevroned tanager and somber hummingbirds.
Our all-inclusive Atlantic Brazil bird photo tour makes it easier for you to enjoy this tour and fill up your camera memory cards with unparalleled specialties. Our representative will pick and drop you from the specified airports and will direct you accordingly. We at Tropical Photo Tours provide the best experience.
Brazil has one of the richest bird diversities in the world. That’s why it is a top-rated destination for bird photographers. At Tropical Photo tours, we provide you with this best experience in a pre-planned time, designed to keep in mind the various species and their arrival factors. Everything is planned when we have greater chances to click these endemic species. This is 13 nights and 14 days tour.Our expert local guides almost assure us of a 100% Jaguar sighting during this season so word of advice –carry memory cards with large storage capacity and maybe 1 backup camera body as well.
Places to Explore: Rainforest lodge which is well known for its regular avian visitors, Lodge feeders specialized in Multi-flash photography to capture the stunning hummingbirds, Cuiaba Lodge, a dirt road that transects the Northern Pantanal, night safaris, an overland safari to remote areas of this vast ranch, which stands as the best place to photograph Tapirs and Anteaters in the Northern Giant Anteater in the Northern Pantanal, the Transpantaneira road, riverbanks of the Cuiabá river, riverbanks of the Amazon and its tributaries and huge private reserves.
Targeted Species: Green headed tanagers, saffron toucanets, red-breasted toucans, yellow-fronted woodpecker, maroon-bellied parrot, roadside hawk, white-tipped dove, pale breasted thrush, golden crowned warbler, blue dacnis, azure shouldered tanager, Brazilian ruby, Saw-billed hummingbird, scale-throated hummingbird, violet-crowned woodnymph, the magpie tanager, black-goggled tanager, ruby crowned tanager, half-collared sparrow, sharp-tailed streamer, Ocelot, Puma, Giant Anteater, Tamandua, Crab-eating, Raccoon, Potoos, Owls, Toucans, Aracaris, small mammals, nocturnal mammals, Great Horned Owl, Nightjar, Potoo, Jaguars, Giant Otters and other wildlife in the Meeting of the Waters State Park
Our representative will pick and drop you from the specified airports and will direct you accordingly. We at Tropical Photo Tours ensure you with the best experience.
Colombia is known to be the country with the highest number of bird species in the world and for many reasons has always been in the major news subjects in the bird world in recent years. This is ten nights and an 11-day tour. Everything is planned when we have greater chances to click these endemic species.
Places to Explore: The Rio Bitaco forest area, Los Nevados National Park, Rio Blanco, antpitta feeders.
Targeted Species: The endemic multicolored tanager, saffron-crowned tanager, red-headed barbet, flame-rumped tanager, long-tailed sylph, brown violetear, Golden-breasted and Black-thighed Puff legs, Buff-winged Star frontlet, Shining Sunbeam, Rainbow-bearded Thorn bill, Great Sapphire wing, Tourmaline Sun angel, Mountain Velvet breast, Viridian Metal tail, Tyrian Metal tail, and Sparkling .Buffy Helmet crest Scarlet-bellied Mountain-Tanagers, Glossy Flower piercer, Blue-winged Mountain-Tanager, Chestnut-crowned Antpitta, Brown-banded Antpitta. Slate-crowned Antpitta, Long-tailed Sylph, Bronzy and Collared Incas, Tourmaline Sun angel, Lesser (Green) Violetear, Sparkling Violetear, speckled Hummingbird, Fawn-breasted Brilliant, Buff-tailed Coronet, White-bellied Wood star, and Booted Racket-tail.
Peru is home to 20% of the world’s total bird species along with the highest number of endemics in the world! Peru is a country with the most diverse bird species with scenic views that have worldwide photographers stunned. That’s why it is a trendy destination for bird photographers. Our team of local experts and experienced mentors ensure you have seamless photography and/or birdwatching opportunities.
Places to Explore: Fishing village to photograph sea birds from a boat, private farm with feeder buzzing with several hummingbirds, ecolodge in Moyobamba, lodge gardens, The Abra Patricia Reserve, Peruvian Yungas forest, local farm nearby to photograph hummingbirds in their natural habitat, scenic view of the Pomacochas lake and a quaint lodge set overlooking the valley known for its home to the endemic speciality – the Marvelous Spatuletail hummingbird, hummingbird feeder
Targeted Species: Inca Tern, Guanay and Red-legged Cormorant, Guanay Cormorant, Peruvian Boobies, Inca Tern, Blackish Oystercatcher, Peruvian Pelican, Surf Cinclodes (ENDEMIC) and Humboldt Penguin, Gould’s Jewelfront, Koepcke’s Hermit, White-necked Jacobin, Black-throated Mango, Rufous-crested Coquette, Long-billed Starthroat, Black-throated Mango, Amethyst Woodstar, Sparkling Violetear, Long-Tailed Hermit, Paradise Tanager and Black-faced dacnis, the stunning Sword-billed hummingbird, Emerald-bellied Puffleg, Peruvian Rackettail, Bronzy Inca, Violet-fronted Brilliant, Collared Inca, the Royal sunangel, several Sylphs, Rackettails, Ochre-fronted Antpitta, Marvelous Spatuletail Hummingbird, who is the star of Huembo. Silver-backed and Green-throated Tanagers.Little Woodstar, White-bellied Woodstar, Chestnut-breasted Coronet, Collared Inca, Mountain Velvetbreast
We at Tropical Photo tours offer an extension to the tour which is optional. Machu-Pichu is the most amazing place of South America. If you’re choosing for the extension of Machu-Pichu, there we’ll explore Cusco City, sacred valley, Aguas Calientes and many more. Machu-Pichu is the most beautiful place in the entire continent of South America and undoubtedly Peru’s proudest accomplishment. We’ll spend a whole day exploring this place.
The Rusty Flower piercer, Spot-Throated Hummingbird, Green and White Hummingbird, Sparkling Violetear, Bearded Mountaineer, Green-tailed Trainbearer, Sparkling Violetear and Giant Hummingbird are some of the targets of Machu Pichu extension.
The Andes of western Ecuador and The wet forests of Northwest Ecuador support an enormous variety of species found only here. At Tropical Photo tours, we provide you with this best experience in a pre-planned time, designed to keep in mind the various species and their arrival factors. Everything is planned when we have greater chances to click these endemic species. This is nine nights and a ten-day tour.
Places to Explore: Cloud forest town, private feeder, private reserve whose owner is well-known for feeding and calling the elusive antpittas, Andean Cock of the rock lek, lush cloud forest lodge, with beautiful observation towers and primary forest, the Milpe area and the Mashpi Amagusa Reserve.
Targeted Species: Black capped Tanager, Blue gray Tanager, Dusky chlorospinghus, Chestnut-crowned, Moustached, Ochre-breasted, and Yellow-breasted Antpittas, the Masked trogon, Turquoise Jay, Strong-billed woodcreeper, Toucan barbet, endemic Club-winged Manakin, Plate-billed mountain toucan, Blue-winged mountain tanager, Golden Tanager, Velvet-purple coronet, Long-tailed sylph, Glistening-green Tanager, Orange-breasted Fruiteater, Black-chinned Mountain, Golden-naped Tanager, odd nocturnal bird, the Oilbird, the Sword-billed Hummingbird, the black-and-white Collared Inca, Chestnut-breasted Coronet, White-bellied Woodstar, and Tourmaline Sunangel.
Our herping tour in Ecuador will take you to some of the most biodiverse parts of the world, and you will be able to see and photograph some of the unique wildlife found in Ecuador. This is eight nights and nine days tour. We’ll give a kick start to this with Tena in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Places to Explore: Mindo, a small, beautiful and touristic town, which concentrates a great diversity of birds, amphibians and reptiles, the province of Cotopaxi and Tena in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Targeted Species: The Pinocchio cutin (frog) (Pristimantis appendiculatus), Emerald crystal frog (Espadarana prosoblepon), Darwin and Wallace poisonous frog (Epipedobates darwinwallacei), palm tree frog (Hypsiboas pellucens), the moss cutin (frog) (Pristimantis crucifer), the Ecuadorian lizard (Anolis aequatorialis), The Ecuador Sipo (Chironius grandisquamis), the Eyelash Palm pitviper (Bothriechis schlegelii), the Western Basilisk (Basiliscus galeritus), the Neoselva’s Treefrog (Boana picturatus), Blomberg’s Tree Boa (Corallus blombergi), Cope’s Vine Snake (Oxybelis brevirostris), Fleischmann’s Glass Frog (Hyalinobatrachium fleischmanni), Rana de Cristal de Mache (Cochranella mache), the Garden Tree Boa (Corallus hortulanus), Rainbow boa (Epicrates cenchria), Giant Parrot Snake (Leptophis ahaetulla), Ecuador Poison frog (Ameerega bilinguis), Map Treefrog, (Hypsiboas geographicus), Broad-headed woodlizard (Enyalioides laticeps), Tiger striped monkey (Phyllomedusa tomopterna), Tarsier Monkey-frog (Phyllomedusa tarsius), Amazon Clown-frog (Dendropsophus sarayacuensis), Santa Cecilia Cochran Frog (Teratohyla midas), Two-lined Forest-Pitviper (Bothriopsis bilineata), Small-eyed Toadhead (Bothrocophias microphthalmus) and Fer-de-Lance (Bothrops atrox).
So, yes! Following our vision, we at Tropical Photo Tours always try to help photographers, nature-lovers and wildlife conservationists witness and experience the beauty of Tropical Rainforests in various countries at the most ease and in incomparable manner. We ensure healthy visits without affecting any flora and fauna; in fact, we try our best to help the local regionals and environment development.