6. - 14. April 2019
Programm (6. - 14. April 2019)
Messe (12. - 14. April 2019)
Travel agency watching.sk was established in 2011 with the main aim to reveal the beauties of Slovak nature to local and foreign visitors.
We organize trips focused mainly on birdwatching in Slovakia and in our neighboring countries (Hungary, Austria). Since this year we offer also trips focused on plant watching or wildlife watching (bears, wolves, deer). Our program includes also visits of interesting cultural and historical places.
Wildlife trips to Slovakia, Hungary and Austria
We cooperate with experts in individual fields (ornithologists, botanists, zoologists) and mainly local people. At the same time we try to keep our actions as environmental friendly as possible.
Our non-profit activities contain lectures and excursions for children and the wide public as well as short courses on identifying birds and their voices, particularly around Bratislava. We cooperate in projects focusing on the rise of public awareness about birds and nature in general.
Wild Echo is a Bulgarian tour company operating for more than 15 years now and specialized in eco-tourism – we run birdwatching-, mammal-, butterfly- and reptile-holidays as well as wildlife photography tours. Bulgaria is among the richest countries in Europe concerning the regional biodiversity and has a lot to offer to naturalists and wildlife photographers.Mehr Info
Nevertheless, Wild Echo operates in many countries, like Greece, Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, Ethiopia, Jordan or Cuba. Wildlife photography is a considerable part of our activities and we run professionally prepared tours for photographers from all across Europe. Our network of specially designed hides enables you to photograph a wide range of species throughout most of the year. Highlights to be mentioned are Golden and Imperial eagles, Long-legged Buzzard, Dalmatian Pelican, Roller, Hoopoe, Bee-eater, Black-headed Bunting, shrikes and many more of the most attractive European birds. We also have hides, specially designed to watch and photograph wolves and bears.