Escape the city limits of Honolulu on a journey through the tropical rainforest for colorful forest birds, into suburban parks for flashy finches, along the rugged coastline for majestic seabirds, and explore protected wetlands to look for endemic water birds. This half day trip is a great introduction to Oahu’s beautiful birds that doesn’t involve hiking, for the birder and non-birder alike, with stunning landscapes around the south shore from start to finish.
Highlight Target Species
Oahu Amakihi, White-rumped Shama, White Tern, Red-vented Bulbul, Red-whiskered Bulbul, Yellow-fronted Canary, Hawaiian Coot, Hawaiian Gallinule, Red-footed Booby, Red-tailed Tropicbird (Feb -July)
“We birded the whole island, changing from forest birds to sea birds. It was a great tour and really nice to get out of the city. I was able to see plenty of species too! Highly recommend!”
$170 per person
Private tours available
Daily from 7am-12pm
Group tour: $170 per person plus tax
Private tour: 1-3 people: $510; 4 -9 people $795
Or contact us to build a custom tour.
Water, snacks, mosquito repellent, online checklists, transportation, the use of binoculars if needed, and fun!
This tour involves short, casual walks and frequent stops getting in and out of the tour van.
Comfortable lightweight clothing, closed toed shoes, camera, binoculars, sun protection and a lightweight raincoat.
For group trips: There is a 48-hour cancelation policy for all daily tours. If you cancel prior to 48 hours of the tour, you will receive a full refund. If you cancel within 48 hours of your scheduled trip departure, no refund fees will be provided. No shows are responsible for 100% of trip fees.
For private tours: There is a 7-day cancelation policy for all private tours. Credit cards will be taken at the time of booking. If you cancel outside of 7-days, you will receive a full refund. If you cancel within 7 days of the tour no refund fees will be provided. No shows are responsible for 100% of trip fees.
Highlight target species: Oahu Amakihi, White-rumped Shama, White Tern, Red-vented Bulbul, Red-whiskered Bulbul, Yellow-fronted Canary, Hawaiian Coot, Hawaiian Gallinule, Red-footed Booby, Red-tailed Tropicbird (Feb -July)
A Comprehensive Checklist of the Birds of Hawaii
A free, downloadable guide with information on the best time of year to see each every expected species in Hawaii, complete with emphasis on endemic, threatened, and endangered species.
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My goal with every birding trip is to help you view, learn about, and enjoy more birds! Whether you envision casually cruising the coastline in search of seabirds, chasing after endemic forest birds, exploring local hot spots, or all of the above. I am dedicated to providing customized excursions to create your ultimate Hawaii birding experience.
My promise on every eco-tour is to ensure that each guest is having a great time while learning about Hawaii’s alluring flora and fauna. When I’m not guiding I am proud to be involved in local avian conservation initiatives. I look forward to sharing Hawaii’s beautiful birds, unique wildlife, and the projects in place to help save them, with you.
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Need another reason to book this tour?
This is the only tour of its kind! Other all-inclusive birding tours to Hawaii rush through on a cookie-cutter itinerary. Mandy has made Hawaii her permanent home and earns a living off of taking birders out of the city limits to experience the best Hawaii has to offer on a daily basis. She looks forward to sharing Hawaii’s birds, wildlife, food, scenery, history and culture with new friends.