1. 2018
    Saturday, March 17, 2018 to Wednesday, March 28, 2018
    Tour Duration: 
    12 days
    Tour Starts/Ends: 
    Honolulu / Kona
    Number of Persons Limit: 

• Visit 3 Hawaiian islands - Oahu, Kaua'i and The Big Island of Hawai’i

• Many marvelous endemic songbirds in unique forested environments

• Picturesque and spectacular scenery, from smoking volcanic craters to huge waterfalls and scenic coastlines

• Spectacular views of seabirds from coastal viewpoints

• Visit National Wildlife Refuges, Waimea Canyon, the Alaka’i Swamp,  Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the incredible Kilauea Crater



The Hawaiian Islands are quite simply enchanting! Spectacular scenery, mild climate and unique cultures are the backdrop for our Hawaii birding tour of the three islands Hawai’i, Kaua’i and O’ahu.

Known as the endangered species capital of the world, we search for the special endemics of each island, especially the bizarre honeycreepers with intriguing names like ‘I'iwi, ‘Amakihi, ‘Apapane and the amazing ‘Akiapola'au. Laysan Albatross, Red-footed Booby and both White-tailed and Red-tailed Tropicbirds are marvellously close, Humpback Whales and Spinner Dolphins are just offshore in the incredible blue waters, Green Sea Turtles are along beaches, and the Kilauea Crater is just simply a must-see!

A superb tour to a special place!


Itinerary View Full Itinerary

Day 1- Arrival and Orientation

Day 2 - Oahu

Days 3 to 6 - Kauai

Days 7 to 11 - The Big Island of Hawai’i

Day 12 - Departure


Featured Wildlife

"This tour was even better than I expected. We saw most of the target species and a good deal of the natural areas of Hawaii rather than the tourist areas." - 2016 participant

"I enjoyed myselft immensely - good weather, nice food and good company with like minded people." - 2016 participant

"5/5 stars. The ability to experience three very different islands and a variety of habitats was excellent. Jody was great." - 2015 Hawaii tour

"The tour exceeded our expectations. Wonderful visits to popular areas and to areas not accessible to the average person. Leadership was exceptional." - 2015 Hawaii tour