Sunday, January 31, 2016

Dumoga Bone Bird Watching 4D3N

Sulawesi Bird
Birding in Sulawesi
This beautiful National Park can be reached by driving about 4 hours from Manado. We will take you to find special bird from Sulawesi such as Black Pigeon, the elusive Sulawesi Ground-Dove, Yellow-breasted Racquet-tail, Bay Coucal, Green-backed Kingfisher, Sulawesi Dwarf Hornbill, and the simply stunning Red-bellied Pitta which is quite common here. 

At night spotlighting can be very rewarding with Sulawesi Scops Owl, Sulawesi Masked Owl, and Ochre-bellied Hawk-Owl all recorded around the park headquarters. At Tambun we will hope to find one of Sulawesi’s most enigmatic birds – the Maleo. After exploring this beautiful park, our guide will take you to Lake Moat to enjoy the fresh surroundings. We will rest here for the night where your accommodation, dinner and breakfast has been fully prepared. The next day our guide will take you to Ambang volcano, where you can see the huge crater with its sulfur smell. Here you may wish to taste the delicious Kismis (black fruit) found plentiful in the surrounding area. We can take you back to your hotel.

Duration: 04 Days / 03 Nights
Mini participants : two persons

Day 01 : Manado – Dumoga Bone
Arrival in Manado, meet with your guide then direct drive (5-6 hours) to Dumoga Bone. Lunch enroute. Later after arrive in Kosinggolan check-in at Tante Mien homestay and dinner. (L, D).

Day 02 : Dumoga Bone Birding
Morning and afternoon birding around Kasinggolan. (B, L, D).

Day 03 : Dumoga Bone Birding
Early morning drive to Tambun for Maleo Birds and others. Afternoon birding around Tapak Kulintang. (B, L, D).

Day 04 : Dumoga Bone – Next destination
After breakfast and we will transfer you to Manado or to the airport for your next destination. (B)

The above prices include:
Private ac car based, tour as per program, Experienced English speaking guide, entrance fees, full board meals, mineral water during tour (Aqua), tax & service and accommodation based on the above hotels mentioned.

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