Cyprus Birding Tours is not offering private guiding during the first half of 2018 due to other commitments. This website will continue as a blog on Cyprus birds and birding.
If you are visiting Cyprus and need an experienced local birder to take you birdwatching, please contact us for a competitive quote.
Address: P O Box 24382, 1703 Nicosia, Cyprus
Cyprus Birding Tours has operated since 2010. We can take you out birdwatching in the Republic of Cyprus, and can tailor your outing to suit the species, habitats or areas you want to see. If you are looking for certain species, we can suggest when and where to look; or if you are planning to visit at a specific time of year, we can suggest which areas are best to visit and what birds you might see there.
We have no set tours and arrange the trip out to suit our clients’ needs. Full eight hour day trips are most commonly chosen by our clients but half days (for a minimum of four hours) can be arranged if you wish. A special rate can be arranged for those wanting to go out for two or more days. All trips are in a four wheel drive car and are for a maximum of four people. A packed lunch, refreshments and transportation charges are included in the price quoted.
Jane Stylianou has been an active birdwatcher since childhood in the UK, and has birded in Cyprus since moving here in 1985. Between 2005 and 2009 she worked with BirdLife Cyprus and led groups of visitors and locals on birdwatching walks. She contributed a monthly column on the birds of Cyprus to the Cyprus Mail newspaper, is the author of the ‘ The Birds of Cyprus’ published in 2009 by the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation and contributed a chapter to the BirdLife Cyprus IBA book published at the end of 2014. She now works freelance as a bird guide and on various conservation and bird tourism projects. Since February 2013 she has been the BirdLife Cyprus Bird Recorder and is editor of the annual Cyprus Bird Report. She is currently the Chairman of the Cyprus Rarites Committee. She has a M.A. in Values and the Environment from the University of Lancaster (UK).
Available on application and are dependent on time spent out in the field.