Cat Tien National Park for bird photography tours

  • Destinations: Cat Tien national park
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Hotel: Stand
  • Price: contact us for detail
  • Discount: 10 % from Jun to Oct

Cat Tien national park (Nam Cat Tien) is one of the most intact lowland forest avifaunas in Vietnam and there is home for 3 kind of Pitta: Bar-billed, Blue-rumped, and Blue-winged Pitta who are the most attractive to keen photographers. During the dry season, they usually come to Feeding site which the hide it easy to get the best shot of them. And many of beautiful birds such as Germain’s Peacock, Siamese Fireback, Broadbills (3 species), woodpecker, orange-breasted Trogon, Banded Kingfisher are also the most target bird for picture. You also could learn more about CAT TIEN NATIONAL PARK!

Target bird photography of Cat Tien national park

Bar-billed Pitta, blue-rumped Pitta, Germain’s Peacock, Siamese Fireback, Black and Red, Banded, Dusky Broadbill, Orange-breasted Trogon, Banded Kingfisher and MORE BIRD

An Itinerary: 4 days bird photography in Cat Tien

Day 1: (L D) Pick up from hotel or Airport at Ho Chi Minh City, 3.5 hour-drive to Cat Tien national park and after rest we start for Bird photography show in Cat Tien

Day 2: (B L D) Full day bird photography tours

Day 3: (B L D) Full day bird photography tours

Day 4: (B L) Morning bird photography and then come back Ho Chi Minh City for flight or hotel…

For some once who have short time we could make a 2 days to 3 days bird photography trip or some once have more time we could do 5 or more days trip in Cat Tien, Please contact direct us for detail customized itinerary which will be best fit to you.

Including: accommodation, bird guide, private car with driver, meals and entrance fee, jeeps.

Single supplement: $35/room/night

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