Trinidad & Tobago
11-21 January 2018
[Sorry — Sold out!!]
- Small group — only 8 participants with two guides
- Superb time of year to visit
- The only Trinidad & Tobago birding tour endorsed by the American Birding Association
- Staying at the world-famous Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad
- Staying at the incomparable Cuffie River Nature Retreat in Tobago
- Lots of birds, great food, comfortable transportation, leisurely pace
Your tour leaders
Bill Murphy: Veteran T&T birding tour guide, author of A Birdwatchers’ Guide to Trinidad & Tobago
Wes Homoya: Professional birding tour guide with Tropical Birding, experience on three continents
We had such a great time with you and all of the gang, it was a fabulous adventure. Cuffie River was one of the loveliest places we have stayed — Regina and staff, swimming pool, food, birds, Desmond — every part of it, even those noisy ‘alarm clock’ birds. Thank you again for your guiding expertise and putting together a wonderful experience.
Although we went with the highest possible expectations of this trip, these were exceeded rather than tuned down, which would be normal under these circumstances. So a big THANK YOU for indeed the most wonderful trip we ever had.
Just wanted you to know that I returned from an absolutely marvelous birding trip in Trinidad. The birds were great, accommodations and food almost luxurious, group was wonderful, price unbeatable, and best of all the trip leader was not only par excellent in Trinidad birding but a great organizer and person… You can see I am a bit high on this – I’ll try to think of some downsides and will let you know, but don’t expect to hear any.
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip with you to T&T. We especially appreciated how well-planned everything was and how hard you worked, both before and during the trip, to be sure that we had the best birding experience possible. Your knowledge is awesome! As a result of your diligence we added an astounding 104 bird species to our life list! Thank you for a great trip!
Friends and associates in Logan refuse to ask me anymore about the trip; they’re tired of the gushing verbal onslaught that ensues. You are a wonder of wonders, Bill, and a fine guide as well.v
Bill, what a wonderful trip. Lynn and I had just a wonderful time. Best ever!! … You did a wonderful job.
Keith mentioned, and you certainly can use this comment and any others that we’ve made, that is was the best trip of his life. Now that is saying something. People can’t believe he is making such a strong statement about the trip, but nonetheless that’s exactly what he has said. Thanks again
I never did tell you how much I admire your grammar. I have rarely been around anyone for a prolonged period of time who spoke as precisely and correctly (and informatively, I might add) as you. It was a definite pleasure to have accompanied you to Trinidad and Tobago. I get a thrill just thinking about my lifetime supply of Red-billed Tropicbirds!