Looking ahead


The aptly-named Resplendent Quetzal is just one of an amazing plethora of species to be found in Costa Rica.

As the nesting season and bird monitoring draws to a close this season we are starting to look ahead over the next 12 months and hopefully everyone received an e-mail with the updates of our plans.

Although our overseas programme has reduced, there remains considerable enthusiasm and Kruger is now sold out along with the first Andalucia trip in 2024. As a result, we have put on a second date which is filling very quickly.

For anyone who has not been to Costa Rica (and for those who have!) this is an experience to look forward to. Few countries can offer such diversity and density of bird species ranging from the spectacularly colourful tanagers, trogons and toucans to cryptic woodcreepers and secretive ant-birds. On top of this are sloths, prehistoric-looking lizards, poison-dart frogs and armies of (harmless) leaf-cutter ants. Standards of everything - food, accommodation, transport and guides in Costa Rica are excellent and it is little wonder it has found its place as one of best wildlife destinations in the Neotropics.

For more details of our tour please just click on the page in Overseas Tours.

We have a few places left on our Costa Rica tour in February to please do not hesitate to get in touch with Shefali at the Ultimate Travel Company 0207 3864697