This tour takes us to less-visited parts of Tanzania, where a long list of different and sought-after birds occurs. We will visit the dry Maasai plains for Beesley’s Lark; the Eastern Arc Mountains (Usambaras) with their many endemic, near-endemic and highly localised forest species; Mikumi National Park for some Miombo woodland species and the Udzungwa/Kilombero area for some of the more easily accessible recent discoveries.
Top Five Birds
- Usambara Eagle-owl
- Racket-tailed Roller
- Narina Trogon
- Southern Ground-hornbill
- Saddle-billed Stork
At Terra Incognita we support tours that do good in the world. They must help to conserve the environment, support local people, and educate their guests. Here’s what Vaughan Ashby from Birdfinders said to us…
What conservation activities do you support through the tour, and your wider operations?
We support the World Land Trust and have raised over £50,000 so far.
How does the tour support local people?
We always use local guides, local drivers and transport and local staff at lodges.
What type of environmental education activities do you incorporate into your tour?
All clients are made aware of their environmental responsibilities on a daily basis during tours.
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