Would you like to see more of Georgia? Interested to travel to various destinations in Georgia's interior and explore the diverse culture and nature of the Caucasus? Are you keen to see the Caucasus 'Big five'-birds (Caucasian Black Grouse, Caucasian Snowcock, Great Rosefinch, Güldenstadts redstart, Caucasian Chiffchaff)? Would you like to combine Batumi migration with a fully organized trip lead by experienced guides?
Batumi Birding has close ties to bird conservation, as the majority of its revenue goes towards our projects in Batumi and Georgia. Batumi Birding is expert in tailor made birding-trips though Georgia and can offer you tours to enjoy the “Big Five” Caucasian birds. All of our trips are lead by experienced BRC bird-tour leaders, in English, Dutch, French or German.
The Kazbegi-trip will take you for five days in the Greater Caucasus, to search the 'Big Five'.
Our Zekari-Vardzia-trip takes you to Zekari-pass to see the Caspian Snowcock and Caucasian Black Grouse and over to Vardzia on a 4-day trip. We offer these trips at request, and you can choose to start and end from either Batumi or Tbilisi. Please visit our website (under construction) for more information or email us directly for further inquiries.
Birdingtours in Georgia, Caucasus
Batumi Birding runs tours to Batumi and the Caucasus. If you are interested in a local birding tour, check the information here.
If you look for tours to the Caucasus including the migration watch points, check this page.
Although the variety of raptors can keep one busy for quite some time, Batumi and it's surroundings, and Georgia in general have a whole lot more to offer! Ranging from subtropical forest in Adjara over the badlands and riparian forests in the east and from the alpine landscapes of the Caucasus to the sandstone cliffs and steppes of the south. The variety of natural landscapes and diversity of plants and wildlife in this small country is simply astonishing. Because of this, a lot of species can be observed in a relatively short amount of time. While visiting the BRC project, many have experienced some splendid birding and enjoyed wonderful nature all around Georgia.
Especially the Chorokhi delta south of Batumi and the harbour area prove to be particular favorites of many birders. The forests around counting station 3 in Chakvistavi, in the Mtirala National Park, reveal some wonderful floral high notes and several volunteers found themselves adoring Georgian wildlife on Kazbegi's mountains, Vardzia's cliffs and Ninotsminda's steppes and lake...