Eco Tours

Capture the nature experience of a lifetime with DelNature Eco Tours! Our staff leaders coordinate with top notch travel agencies and naturalists. Learn more and book your eco tour.

Veracruz River of Raptors
Eco Tour

Led by Sally O’Byrne, Teacher Naturalist,
Past President of Delaware Ornithological Society
Fri, Sep 29 – Sun, Oct 8, 2023

Veracruz is little-visited by Americans yet is a mecca for Mexicans looking for their roots. It is both a city and state of Mexico, following the Gulf of Mexico to the East and bounded on the West by the Sierra Madre Mountain.
For those who explore, it has a wealth of habitats, history, and culture, and importantly for us, the largest migration of hawks in the Western Hemisphere, if not the world.

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Veracruz Eco Tour

Photography by Joe Sebastiani

Trinidad & Tobago:
Incredible Birds & Wildlife Eco Tour

Led by Jim White, Senior Fellow for Land Management and Biodiversity
November 8-17, 2023

Experience the best introduction to tropical nature and birding on the planet, with a special 10-Day/9-night Trinidad and Tobago 2-Island journey.

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Photography by Joe Sebastiani

Galápagos Islands
Cruising the Eastern Route
aboard Tip Top II Eco Tour
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Led by Jim White, Senior Fellow for Land Management and Biodiversity
Wednesday, June 21, 2023 – Saturday, July 1, 2023
Pre-trip Extension: June 17, 2023 – June 21, 2023

The Galápagos Islands have long intrigued outsiders with their endemic flora and fauna, geological activity, and unusual terrain. Join the Delaware Nature Society on this cruise expedition for a front-row seat to explore the eastern islands. Stunning formations like saw-toothed Kicker Rock and Cerro Brujo, volcanic calderas, sandy beaches, and flamingo lagoons play host to iconic wildlife like Red- and Blue-footed Boobies, marine turtles, giant tortoises, iguanas, and more. With no fear of human predation, many creatures can be approached at close range; you can even swim with the sea lions. Also examine the archipelago’s dramatic human history, from 18th century whalers and pirates to its role in World War II and present-day inhabitants.

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Galápagos Eco Tour
Galápagos Eco Tour Pre-trip Extension
Or contact Debbie Sturdivant Jordan at 866-748-61468

Photography by Diego Delso,,
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Past Eco Tours

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