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BEYOND THE PORTS OF PORTUGAL: A Birds & Wine Tour
A new itinerary in our popular Birds & Wine tour series.

LAST SPACES NOTE
Only one space remains open on our Apr 24, 2018 departure.

We will have a complete description of this new 2018 tour here soon. In the meantime, if you would like to hold a space, please contact our office.

Marcelo Padua is expanding his "Birds & Wine" concept to the Old World, specifically Portugal, where he and his wife, Ana, will be based for a couple of years. This exciting new itinerary will savor Portugal's incredible diversity of habitats that influence birds and grapes! We will visit, among other areas, the famous port regions of the Douro Valley and the Alentejo region where wines are prepared in the ancient Roman way, Vinho de Talha (a "talha" is a clay amphora or jar).

The birds will rival the wines for our attention, from Great Bustards and Black-bellied Sandgrouse in the Alentejo to the Iberian Imperial, Golden, and Bonnelli's eagles of the Guardiana Valley. We won't have to travel great distances to see an amazing diversity of birds.

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Combo Tours
If you would like a longer birding holiday, some departures of this tour may be combined with:
SPAIN: La Mancha, Coto Donana & Extremadura



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2018 Departures
Apr 24 - May 5 ($4650)

2019 Departures
Apr 23 - May 4

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What to Expect
Good accommodations, cool to warm climate, easy to moderate terrain.

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