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Numfor Paradise Kingfisher Tanysiptera carolinae occurs only on Numfor Island in western New Guinea's fabled Geelvink or Cenderawasih Bay and hence is a West Papua endemic. Copyright © Aniket Sardana

Geelvink Islands endemics

Birding break

No less than 17 endemic bird species, including a megapode, two gorgeous paradise kingfishers and three parrots, plus heaps of morphologically highly distinctive yet virtually 'forgotten' endemic subspecies await us on this birding adventure covering the islands of Biak and Numfor in West Papua's famed Geelvink or Cenderawasih Bay. So join us as we sound out speciation in these insular taxa, and later still be in the fortunate opportunity to continually add ‘new species’ to your life list from the comfort of your easy chair.

When?

Rewarding year-round.

Scheduled departures

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Physical effort

Relaxed birding in flat to only slightly undulating terrain.

Tour summary

Day 1 > Kota Biak and Biak Island.
Day 2 > Kota Biak and Numfor Island.
Day 3 > Numfor Island and Kota Biak.
Day 4 > Kota Biak and Biak Island.
Day 5 > Kota Biak.

Tour description

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Related links

Read on about the birdlife of the Geelvink Islands.

Read on about our birding walk on Biak Island.

Read on about our Best of West Papua birding expedition visiting Biak Island.

Browse our terms and conditions.

Browse our check-list of the birds of West Papua.

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A resounding thank you for introducing us to so many wonderful birds. Not cheap — everything is expensive here at the end of the world — but worth every cent.
Victor Mason, Founder, Bali Bird Walks, Indonesia