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PNG South Sea Horizons BOP Tour (Bird of Paradise)

4-night 3-day package.

  • 4 nights accommodation twin Share at the Hideaway Hotel Port Moresby – Single Deluxe supplements available
  • Bus Transfers from Hotel to Bird Watching sites.
  • Packed lunch every Day and Snack packs.
  • Beer, wine and cheese platters every afternoon after a day’s bird watching.
  • Tour of Port Moresby – Bomana War Cemetery (Resting place for Famous Kokoda Campaign)
  • Village fees and site fees.
  • Bus Transfers from Hotel to Bird Watching sites

Papua New Guinea plays host to over 700 species of birds including 38 of the 43 known species of the exotic Birds of Paradise. South Sea Horizons host Daniel Wakra, has been running bird watching tours for over 20 years, and has a vast knowledge of the many locations throughout the country to see the beautiful species of birds in Papua New Guinea.

South Sea Horizons Sogeri Plateau Birds of Paradise tour with Daniel Wakra.

South Sea Horizons guide Daniel Wakra has been taking birders from all over the world on Bird Watching tours for over 15 years. Daniel’s knowledge of the birds and varieties of species derives from his time spent with the famous Phil Gregory. Daniel’s knowledge of the specific birds of paradise and their location is invaluable and he is able to source out the sounds and the songs of the birds well before you even sight them.

 

South Sea Horizons Birds of Paradise, Sogeri Plateau tour targets the following BOP’s,

Brown-Headed

Breasted-Kingfishe

Magnificent_Bird-of-Paradise-Bird

Reggiana-Bird-of-Paradise

Riffle Bird of Paradise
Buff Breasted Kingfisher Bird of Paradise
Brown Headed King Fisher Bird of Paradise
Magnificent Bird of Paradise
King Bird of Paradise
Twelve winded Bird of Paradise

Other birds you can view are: - 

Australian Grebe, Little Black Cormorant, Darter, Intermediate Egret, Eastern Cattle Egret, Rufous Night-Heron, Pied Heron, Australian White Ibis, Pacific Black Duck, Brown Quail, Pacific Golden Plover, Red-cheeked Parrot, Eclectus Parrot, Common Kingfisher, Spotted Whistling Duck, Yellow-tinted Honeyeater, Torresian Imperial Pigeon, White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike, White-shouldered Fairy-wren, Orange-fronted Fruit Dove Wandering Whistling Duck, Dusky Moorhen, Purple Swamphen, Comb-crested Jacana, Whistling Kite, Masked Lapwing, Peaceful Dove, Bar-shouldered Dove, Rainbow Lorikeet, Papuan Frogmouth, Sacred Kingfisher, Blue-winged Kookaburra, Pheasant Coucal, Pacific Swallow, New Guinea Friarbird, Rufous-banded Honeyeater, Brown Oriole, Green Figbird, Rainbow Bee-eater, White-breasted Woodswallow, Green-backed Gerygone, Black-backed Butcherbird, Fawn-breasted Bowerbird, Singing Starling, Grey-headed Munia, Yellow-faced Myna.