Due to the richness of Bolivia's many ecosystems, from the high Andes down to the Amazon region, birdwatching offers excellent opportunities to see endemic or migrant birds depending on the time of year.
Bolivia is ranked sixth for bird biodiversity in the world, fifth in the Americas and the number one for landlocked nations.
The recently published Birds of Bolivia Field Guide confirms that Bolivia offers over 1,400 bird species. Bolivia has 17 endemic birds, of which 7 are endangered species.
Bird watching with Geodyssey
We have organised trips for birdwatchers to the neotropics for over 20 years, with many leading neotropical specialists using our unrivalled services. For Bolivia we offer a tailor-made service, with itineraries adapted to your style of bird watching. We can provide experienced local birdwatching guides.
Planning your Bolivia bird watching holiday
Our Bolivia birdwatching holiday itineraries can be tailored to suit your dates and budget, as well as your level of expertise and your previous experience of birding in this region.
Bird watching guides
We can generally arrange holidays that are dedicated to birdwatching in any of three ways:
- Ornithologist - guided by a Bolivian ornithologist these tours will also need to include a local driver.
- Local driver, self-guided - a local driver takes you from site to site, you spot and identify your own birds
- Selfdrive, self-guided - you travel by yourself from site to site, spot and identify your own birds. We help organise your accommodation and transport to the most isolated locations.