Welcome to Paraguay in the heart of South America; Continent of the Birds!
"We are a pioneering company in birding, wildlife, nature ecotourism and photography safaris in Paraguay. We are located in Asunción, the capital of this beautiful country in the heart of South America. Importantly, we are passionate observers of birds and wildlife, and have turned this passion into a company specializing in Nature and Wildlife Tourism since 2003.
Our specialized guides allow us to organize tours of specific interests such as: observation of mammals, butterflies, moths, dragonflies, amphibians and reptiles, palms, bromeliads and orchids, and much more! We love to show off our fauna and flora to those who visit us. Our guides are professionals with extensive field experience and above all are keen observers, an essential trait that inspires our clients.
We will help you with everything you need to plan your own tailor-made bird watching and wildlife excursion. We help you design and plan your ideal trip. We also offer excursions available with fixed departure dates if you prefer to join small groups of bird watchers of no more than ten people to enjoy the great diversity of birds in the wilderness areas. We offer half-day trips, full-day trips or multi-day trips totally adjusted to your needs.
Come visit and experience Paraguay! Let us be your partners and contact us to learn more about our services. See the descriptions of our standard tours, and if these don’t fit, then work with us to make a personalized program for your Paraguayan adventure. Welcome to Paraguay! ... a land where ecoregions connect in the heart of South America!"
Ecoregions of our Tours: Paraguay, North of Argentina and Southwest of Brazil
Comments and experiences of our clients and friends in our tours
Dr. Luke Ward
"Oscar himself is an expert guide. His skill as an interpreter enhanced the groups’ understanding of local flora and fauna as well as land management practices on and around estancias".
Ph.D. R. J. Gutiérrez
"What I especially liked about Oscar was his judicious use of tape playback. He only used a tape when it was clear that we might not be able to see a particular species; this approach minimizes disturbance of species".