Peru Birding Tours

 

Peru has the second-highest species list on earth and a huge list of 125+ endemic species; ever more are being discovered as the forests are studied now more readily than in the past. There is a huge amount of habitat to discover, and the remnants of the Inca Empire add to the majesty of any trip here. Because of its large size several trips or one long one are recommended to cover the major regions and give all of the fantastic EBAs (Endemic Birding Areas) due birding.

Looking for day tours in Peru? Visit our Peru Day Tours page.

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Birding Tour Peru: Cusco and Apurímac Jewels December 2019/2020/2021

Birding Tour Peru: Cusco and Apurímac Jewels December 2019/2020/2021

2021-12-12

Birding Tour Peru: Comprehensive Northern Peru June 2020/2021

Birding Tour Peru: Comprehensive Northern Peru June 2020/2021

2021-06-05

Birding Tour Peru: South Peru - the Inca Empire, Mountains and Lowland Rainforests July 2020/2021

Birding Tour Peru: South Peru - the Inca Empire, Mountains and Lowland Rainforests July 2020/2021

This is a classic tour of southern Peru, in which we sample a huge range of different habitats from coastal desert to high altitude desert to Andean cloudforest and steaming Amazonian lowlands – the richest biome on the planet for birds.

Birding Tour Peru: Northwest and Abra Patricia Mountains August 2020/2021

Birding Tour Peru: Northwest and Abra Patricia Mountains August 2020/2021

2021-08-05

Birding Tour Peru: Central Peru September 2020/2021

Birding Tour Peru: Central Peru September 2020/2021

2021-09-27

Birding Tour Peru: The Manu Road and Lowlands September 2020/2021

Birding Tour Peru: The Manu Road and Lowlands September 2020/2021

2021-09-01

Owls of Northern Peru

Owls of Northern Peru

2100-01-01

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Testimonials from our tours

Peru was extraordinary!!!!!! My “to do” list includes a message to Eduardo with some images that we captured and a tally of the last day’s birds seen with Dennis near Lima, so he can prepare a complete trip report. Wil and I completed our tally while he was still here visiting after our trip and it came in at a staggering 430+ species seen, and a trip total of 460 species either seen or heard by the Taylor brothers. Your guys delivered BIG TIME on this trip, with three stellar guides and nearly flawless logistics, including two excellent drivers as well. Can’t thank you enough, Chris.
Eduardo, as you no doubt already know, was top notch. It was tough saying good bye to him and Raul when they dropped us at the Cusco airport. We could not have had a better guide/driver combo for the core of the trip.
Wil and I have never hesitated to recommend you and BE to our acquaintances, and we now know that our unconditional recommendation can be extended to your Peruvian office as well. Thanks a million for your help in getting the Peru trip arranged. We’ll be in touch. I attach a photo of satisfied customers with their weary guide near the lower end of the Manu Road, with the Rio Union in the background.
For my part, the tour with you was the best overall of all the tours we’ve taken; most memorable, rewarding, and enjoyable.

John TaylorPennsylvania, USA