An extraordinary abundance of bird life inhabits the forests of northwestern Ecuador. Amid cloud forest, rainforest, páramo, and the eastern and western slopes of the Andes Mountains, you’ll seek out as many of the country’s 1,640-plus species as possible with assistance from your expert guide on this journey. In particular, much of the avifauna you’ll encounter is endemic to the Chocó region, while other species are more easily found here than any place else.
New 2023 tour: The BEST of Ecuador: Highlands and the Amazon!
Dates: November 11, 2023 - November 22, 2023
12 days / 11 nights
Single supplement: $675
Group Size: max 10-12 participants
This tour is followed directly by the Ultimate Galapagos 2023 Tour starting on November 22nd. Check it out here, join me on one or BOTH!
Dates: November 18, 2022 - November 23, 2022
6 days / 5 nights
Cost: $2150 |
Single supplement: $350
Group Size: max 10-12 participants * SOLD OUT
Krisztina Scheeff / KS Nature Photography
Based in San Diego CA Krisztina Scheeff is an award-winning and professional nature photographer. Recognized for her photographic work in National Audubon Society as well as a finalist in the prestigious Wildlife Photograph of the Year competition, Krisztina’s photos have been published in magazines and articles around the world, including National Geographic, Wild Planet Photo Magazine, California 101, San Diego Audubon Society, American Wild Magazine, Birders Digest, Marine Conservation Magazine – UK, North American Nature Photography Association, and more. They have also been featured in Art Shows and Galleries around the country.
Krisztina operates a successful business leading Photography Workshops and Tours to Scotland (Puffins), Ireland, Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Hungary, Bosque del Apache. She also leads workshops for Bird Festivals around the country and presents at various events.
Krisztina spent years studying and photographing the Rushing Grebes and guides her clients at Lake Hodges in San Diego to experience this amazing behavior and capture their own photos.