Wild Latitudes

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Upcoming Tours

Feb 19 - Mar 4, 2023

Several ecoregions converge in the heart of East Africa to create a lush landscape teeming with life. With over 1,000 species of birds, 300+ species of mammals, Uganda is a biological treasure-trove.

Apr 2-12, 2023

This amazing trip’s highlights include birding in the Monteverde Cloud Forest and exploring the unique canals of Tortuguero National Park.

Apr 11-20, 2023

Just six miles off the coast of South America, the two islands of Trinidad & Tobago boast the greatest avian diversity in the Caribbean. On this tour we’ll see our share of the 400 species found in the country.

May 7 - 13, 2023

Travel to one of the top birding locations in all of North America: Cape May, New Jersey, located in the heart of the Atlantic Flyway. This trip is timed to catch all the birding action of the spring migration along the Eastern Seaboard.

Jun 26 - Jul 7, 2023

Experience the wild side of Iceland, which boasts an impressive combination of geologic wonders, abundant bird life, and subtle but fascinating flora. This tour will delight nature travelers interested in birding, plants, and geology.

Aug 15 - 29, 2023

Madagascar… the name alone conjures up images of exotic landscapes filled with wonderful and unique creatures. Madagascar is like no other place on Earth. Join Wild Latitudes on this 15-day tour to visit many of the most fascinating locations this mysterious island has to offer.

Sep 23 - Oct 6, 2023

Experience some of the richest bird life in the world as we explore The Pantanal and Atlantic Forest in Brazil. In addition to birding, we’ll be on the lookout for wildlife such as Giant Otter, Capybara, and Black Howler Monkey. And we'll make a special effort to find the region's most powerful predator, the Jaguar.

Oct 18 - Oct 24, 2023

Experience spectacular, iconic wildlife up close, including giant tortoises, marine iguanas, and special birds like the Waved Albatross, Blue-footed Booby, Galápagos Hawk, and the diverse species known as “Darwin’s Finches.”

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