Bird Watching Day Trip Near Rome
A full-day birding in Rome trip along the northern Lazio coastline visiting some of the most interesting places in the region. Starting from Rome we will explore a huge diversity of environments: river mouths, lagoons, inland river valleys and rural hills.
During the year more than 100 species of birds can be spotted during this bird watching trip including migratory, wintering and nesting species and, often, rarities too!
Thanks to its volcanic origin, in the area north of Rome it offers excellent vineyards and products well known to gastronomy experts.
The first part of this North-West Rome birding trip will be focused on the Tiber river mouth and the coastal wetlands next to Rome. Then we’ll move to the north, exploring the valley of Mignone river and the Tolfa mountains. Before returning to the capital, we’ll make one last birding stop by visiting the Tarquinia saltpans.
For those who would like to have a short urban birding tour, we also offer half-day tour in Rome. The Eternal City, with its historical gardens, archaeological sites and the banks of the Tiber gives excellent opportunities for urban birdwatching.
In addition, we can guide you in other gems of the region. The Veio Regional Park, Circeo National Park, and the Tuscia region are just a few examples of what Lazio has to offer for nature and bird watching enthusiasts!
- Dozen and dozens of bird species observable throughout the year
- Photo session focused on the lesser kestrel
- Some of the most beautiful birds of the Western Palearctic, including European roller and European bee-eater
- The beautiful countryside of the Mignone Valley and its badlands
- Not just birdwatching! Tasting wine and typical products of northern Lazio
Alternative Trip Name: Wetlands north-west of Rome, Birding Day Tour, Italy