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Absolute Birding and Safaris arrange exclusive and personalised bird watching, bird identification and mammal tours and photographic safaris to South Africa and Namibia. South Africa is home to 971 bird species (610 species in the Western Province alone) as well as two of the world’s Top 10 birding spots.

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We Offer

  • Standard and customised Birding Tours to all destinations in Southern Africa
  • Big Five and mammal tours to anywhere in Southern Africa
  • We offer tours for one to eight people
  • Guided Photographic Tours and Safaris to all major game reserves and conservancies
  • Military Historic Tours in and around Cape Town and South Africa
  • Namaqualand Flower Tour (in season – late August and early September)
  • Experienced, passionate and knowledgable safari guide to lead all tours

Why choose us?

  • We are regional birding specialists in Cape Town and South Africa
  • We know our birds and animals and where to find them
  • South Africa offers 971 bird species (610 species in the Western Province alone)
  • Two of the world’s Top 10 birding spots are to be found here
  • Cape Town has 60 of Southern Africa’s 86 endemic species
  • South Africa has some of the finest game and nature reserves in the world
  • South Africa offers you excellent value for money
  • Flexibility on all tours and safaris in Southern Africa
  • Knowledgeable, experienced and passionate guides
  • Excellent accommodation with birds and wildlife on the doorstep
  • Great South African cuisine while on safari prepared by your guide
  • Your guide will take you to incredible wildlife destinations
  • Comprehensively crafted itineraries in South Africa and bordering countries

Absolute Birding and Safaris

Cape Town, South Africa
  • Namibia
  • South Africa
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