Georgia lies across a migration corridor between the Black and the Caspian Seas, which makes its hornito-fauna exceptionally diverse. Our bird watching itineraries are expedition-style tours, managed and logistically supported by Caucasus Travel, guided by professional ornithologists, if required. The diverse landscape of the country offers a unique opportunity to observe different species in semi-desert, savanna-like landscapes, flood-plain forests, alpine meadows, glaciers and wetlands. In Georgia there are approximately 350 bird species, of which over 250 different species are breeders. Many species that occur in Georgia are extremely rare in Europe. Georgia contains such endemic species as the Caucasian Snow cock, magnificent Caucasian Black Grouse, as well as the beautiful Great Rosenfinch and the most westerly populations of Guldenstarts Redstart.


Day 1: Arrival in Tbilisi / overnight Tbilisi
Day 2: Tbilisi – david gareja Semi Desert – Tbilisi / overnight Tbilisi
Day 3: Tbilisi – Kazbegi / overnight Kazbegi
Day 4: Kazbegi / overnight Kazbegi
Day 5: Kazbegi / overnight Kazbegi
Day 6: Kazbegi / overnight Kazbegi
Day 7: Kazbegi – Tbilisi / overnight Tbilisi
Day 8: Tbilisi – Batumi / overnight Batumi
Day 9: Day trip to Kolkheti National Park / overnight Batumi
Day 10: Batumi – Tbilisi / overnight Tbilisi
Day 11: Departure


Black Grouse; Caucasian Snow cock (Tetraogallus caucasicus); Caucasian Black Grouse (Tetrao mlokosiewiczi); Great Rosenfinch (Carpodacus rubicilla); Guldenstarts Redstart (Phoenicurus erythrogastrus); Bearded vulture (Gypaetus barbatus); Alpine accentor (Prunella collaris); Wallcreeper (Tichodroma muraria); Tawny owl (Strix aluco); Peregrine (Falco peregrines); Black vulture; Griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus); Black-eared Wheatear (Oenanthe hispanica); Rock sparrow (Petronia petronia); Hoopoe (Upupa epops); Imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca); Isabelline Wheatear (Oenanthe isabellina); Rose-coloured starling (Sturnus roseus).