Greentours offers high quality natural history holidays to all corners of the globe. Since 1994 we have been travelling the world with our wildlife tours, sharing with our groups the most exciting mammal watching, the most beautiful and rare flower tours, superb bird watching tours and the most diverse and spectacular butterfly sites.

Our leaders are dedicated, talented and approachable naturalists offering a wide range of natural history knowledge. Each tour is carefully designed around our customers' desire to see and photograph the marvellous diversity of wildlife and flowers, as well as to cover specific targets such as Oncocylcus Irises in the Middle-East, Pandas in China, orchids in the Mediterranean or butterflies in Mexico or Ghana.

Feel free to ask us any questions on our birding tours, wildlife, flowers and much more - there's nothing we like more than talking about our tours; we are very proud of them!

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Europe

Sardinia And Corsica

Unspoilt And Contrasting In Spring

27/03/2020

Asia

Sulawesi &Amp; Halmahera

In The Footsteps Of Wallace

01/04/2020

Europe

Corsica

A Mountain In The Sea

04/04/2020

Europe

Sicily

Wildlife At Leisure

04/04/2020

Europe

Crete

Spili And The White Mountains

05/04/2020

Asia

Tajikistan

& Uzbekistan

05/04/2020

Latest News from Greentours

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We live in an area not particularly known for its mammals but we’re discovering that in fact its quite a brilliant place for them!

05/04/2020

The trail camera is such a helpful device for those wishing to find animals that are almost always far better at seeing you before you see them. That’s not to say that we don... Read more...

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Amphisbaenan

03/04/2020

During the first weeks of making the garden here we dug some holes to plant some trees and of course in the process found quite a variety of subterranean creatures, or just ones th... Read more...

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migrants on the move

29/03/2020

The evening before last we had a noticeable change in the birdlife. Suddenly wheatears and buntings were dropping out of the sky to roost. Black-eared Wheatear is our regular bird,... Read more...

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