Bolivia is something akin to the “Andean Frontier” as far as birding tours are concerned. The nation’s avifauna is influenced by the incredibly diverse bio-geographic regions that converge here: Amazonian rainforests, the Cerrado, Grand Chaco, Yungas cloudforests and Puna. In addition, altitudes range from 300 to over 21,000 feet! Bolivia boasts over 1,350 bird species, including 23 of the 25 Neotropical endemic families and 18 endemics. While new birds are certainly being discovered in Colombia and Peru, Bolivia remains the least-accessible of all the Andean nations. Lucky for us, this is changing! Our suite of Bolivia birding tour covers it all: Yungas, Savanna, Chaco, Arid Montane Valleys and the Amazon Rainforest. While access to two Bolivian endemics remains elusive logistically, our Bolivia birding tour features perhaps the two most iconic endangered endemics in the whole country: Red-fronted and Blue-throated Macaw! Those aside, Red-tailed Comet, Berlepsch’s Canastero, Scimitar-winged Piha, Slaty Gnateater, Plush-crested Jay, Blue-capped Puffleg, Titicaca Grebe, Bolivian Warbling Finch, Chestnut-crested Cotinga – the list of amazing Bolivian birds is endless! Yet birds alone are not the only allure to this culturally-intact and aware country. Amazing scenery in the High Andes puna, dramatic Andean canyons and vast savannas are the backdrop for a vibrant cultural diversity, which makes our experience in Bolivia’s remote wilderness all the more memorable. We look forward to having you join us on this ground-breaking Bolivia birding tour!