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Eagle-Eye Tours

4.9 | Excellent
  • 99% Recommend
Service Level
  • Standard
Type
  • Global Operator
Headquarters
  • Windermere, British Columbia, Canada
Trips
  • 5

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Eagle-Eye Tours Reviews & Ratings 99% Recommend

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MD

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Adventures Cañada is the best kept … December 2017

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
Adventures Cañada is the best kept secret in the US. What a fantastic well organized tour group.,Lots of different specialty lectures and field guides. Well run ship Good accomodations and food. Excellent service. I would highly recommend a tour with them.
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Amazing Patagonia with Eagle Eye December 2017

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
I had an excellent trip to Patagonia with Eagle Eye Tours . Our guide, Steve was very knowledgeable about the area and the birds and wildlife . We had great meals at a variety of restaurants. The small group of 8 made it easy to travel. There were so many highlights of the trip but the closeup puma sighting was incredible. The trip was a great mixture of wildlife and amazing scenery. I would definitely recommend Eagle Eye Tours.
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Eagle-Eye Tours October 2017

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
I've done two birdwatching trips with this company, to Newfoundland and Peninsular Malaysia, both of which were new locations for me as far as birding is concerned. I'd thoroughly recommend them. In both cases the trips were well planned, the support from the office staff was good throughout the booking process, the itineraries were interesting, and the guides excellent. Some companies' birding tours can be a gruelling experience; as far as I'm concerned, Eagle-Eye gets the balance right.
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A wonderful introduction to bird watching October 2017

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
Although I have always enjoyed birds, I would by no means have considered myself a birdwatcher. It was therefore with some trepidation that I signed on to this wonderful tour. I cannot say too much about how this experience proved to be a delightful eye-opener. Our two guides, Ken and Yousuf, were just wonderful in imparting all sorts of information from their vast experience, and pointing out things to me, the neophyte.. My fellow travellers were just as wonderful in sharing their knowledge and equipment, and I am most appreciative of their patience with me. I enjoyed the company, the general sightseeing (especially to Emma Lake & Waskesiu) and the picnic lunches. My only complaint - a personal one: as a hearing impaired person, it was often difficult for me to hear the guides' comments, especially when I sat at the back of the bus over noisy wheels. The use of a small loudspeaker would have been appreciated.
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A good trip October 2017

4.0
  • Value 4.0
  • Guide 4.0
  • Activities 4.0
  • Lodging 4.0
  • Transportation 4.0
  • Meals 4.0
A good trip, though the drives were a bit long. We saw 20 whooping cranes and lots of other birds. The two guides were very knowledgeable and found us birds we would never have found on our own. Considering where we went, I don’t know how the infrequent bathroom breaks could be solved.
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From Eagle-Eye Tours

Our tours are diverse! We span the globe offering tours that range from being very focused on birds to those of a more general nature that also include lots of local cultural interests. All our guides are not only expert birders but also are appreciative of all nature. Many of our tours spend considerable time looking closely at mammals, plants or butterflies. It is not necessary for you to be an experienced birder; all you need is enthusiasm and our guides will be happy to help you along!

A typical day with Eagle-Eye Tours

Our land tours typically start early, after breakfast at our hotel, to be out when birding is best. Sometimes we are out before breakfast for a quick search for a target bird or mammal. We head out by foot, car or boat to a choice area, maybe forest or maybe a wetland, taking in the sights and sounds of the morning. We move along as a small group, making every effort to ensure that the everyone gets to see the beautiful tanager, or majestic grizzly bear through the spotting scope. We might stop for that important cup of locally grown coffee before heading further down the road to where we saw that great bird building a nest last year. Lunches are most often in the field, usually at a very good birding spot, with a cold drink or a cup of coffee. We have a chance to share stories and reflect on the morning adventure. After lunch we carry on in an area, maybe returning to the hotel in mid-afternoon for a rest, then a shorter excursion to explore another area. Over our evening meal, we meet as a group to record and discuss what we saw and review the plans for the coming day. Some evenings we may head back out for a night tour to experience the nocturnal world of owls, potoos, frogs and much more.

Expedition Cruises

Our expedition cruises are an intimate and wonderful way to learn about and experience remote parts of the world.  These small ships have the ability to land virtually anywhere using zodiacs, providing excellent opportunities for exploration.  Staff onboard typically cover birds and other wildlife, geology, history, local culture, photography, archaeology, and more.  We usually have one or two shore landings per day that may visit a wildlife highlight, a local community, a historical site, or just an interesting looking area that we think deserves some exploration.  Add in a couple of lectures, fine dining, and some live music in the evening and you have a full day on an unforgettable voyage of discovery.  Voyage with us to these seldom visited and remarkable places!

About our featured birds and mammals

These are the great and often very unique species that we will be looking for. We cannot guarantee that we will see them, only that there is a good chance of seeing them. Beyond these exciting species, we are always on the look out for other surprises-you just never know what we may see!

Tour group size

We believe that small groups are essential for a high quality and enjoyable experience. Unless otherwise noted, our land tour groups have a single leader with 4 to 8 people and two leaders with 9 to 12 people.

About our accommodation and transportation

Typically, our land tours stay in modern, comfortable hotels, but this varies somewhat depending on the tour. On most tours, we stay in beautiful lodges in the forest with trails out the back door. These amazing settings are often a highlight of the tour. In other cases, in order to get to the best locations for birding or wildlife viewing, we may be far away from a modern hotel and the ‘best room in town’ may be more basic. In a few cases, we even stay in tents for the full wilderness experience! For each tour, we have identified the level of accommodation in the tour summary and on the detailed itinerary. If you have any questions about accommodation on a tour, please feel free to ask and we can give you more specifics.

When traveling between birding locations, typically we travel in comfortable vans or buses, often with local drivers who are familiar with the roads and destinations. Usually, there is only one vehicle, as the sizes of our groups are typically small, but occasionally there will be two vehicles that keep in contact with each other by radio. In some tours, we use airplane flights to cover large distances and in a few cases we travel by boat, often with fantastic scenery and wildlife watching along the way!

About our prices

We will make every effort to charge the prices quoted in our catalog or detailed itineraries, but fluctuations in major currencies may force us to change tour prices at any time before departure. Current prices are listed on our website and reflect payment by cash/cheque. Prices for payment by credit card are higher, please contact us for these prices. Nearly all fees are quoted in US and Canadian dollars and can be paid in either currency. Contact us for payment in other currencies.  Single rooms, as available, will be provided upon request for an additional fee. For participants traveling alone but wishing to share a room, Eagle-Eye Tours will arrange for a roommate, if possible. If a roommate is not available, the single supplement will be charged.  

Trips & Specials

Group discounts are available for groups of 4 or more booking together on most of our land tours. The group size and applicable discount are: 4 or 5 people, 5% discount; 6 or 7 people, 7% discount; 8 or 9 people, 9% discount; and 10 or more people, 10% discount. These group discounts cannot be used in conjunction with any other Eagle-Eye Tours promotion.

England Birds & Gardens: Southwest tour
12 days
Group Tour
Value - 3 star
Physical :
From: $ 4,425

Highlights

  • Acclaimed gardens with varied designs and styles in the green rolling English countryside, and excellent birding in the well-established network of nature reserves and national parks that occur across England.
  • April is a delightful month to be in England; mild and pleasant, fine evenings. The start of the breeding season for birds, and delightful spring & early summer flowers in gardens.
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