苏拉威西群岛和哈马黑拉群岛

印尼鸟类摄影团

苏拉威西岛位于著名的世界动物分布区界“华莱士线”的东部,是华莱士群岛内最大及地貌最复杂的岛屿。苏拉威西岛记录有,其中70多种为特有种。我们将造访苏拉威西岛的众多生境,拍摄当地各种令人大开眼界的野生鸟类,例如:塚雉、紫胸夜蜂虎、苏拉威西三趾翠鸟、苏拉威西皱盔犀鸟、绿背翡翠、苏拉威西八色鸫、苏拉威西短尾鹦鹉、红背地鸫、斑鹰鸮、斑头翡翠、雀嘴八哥、华丽鹦鹉等等。

 

我们还前往位于大洋洲界的传说中的”香料岛“的哈马黑拉群岛,哈马黑拉群岛同样拥有其他令人惊叹的特有鸟类,如白胸八色鸫、红胸果鸠、普通仙翡翠、淡黑翡翠、蓝喉皱盔犀鸟、矮三趾翠鸟等等。其中最特别是幡羽天堂鸟,唯一一种分布在巴布亚新几内亚岛外的天堂鸟,我们将前往其求偶场拍摄。


行程:雅加达-万鸦老 苏拉威西岛东北部 -哈马黑拉岛-

附加行程:雅加达湾海鸟


时间:
9月

领队:董文晓

人数:4-6人+1名领队

 

报价:RMB/人,单房差,RMB/人

报价包含:印尼境内机票、全程地面交通、正餐及水、双人标准间住宿、当地全程小费、国家公园门票及拍照许可费、地接鸟导、美亚万国游踪境外旅行保障计划的黄金计划项目、领队费用。

报价不包含:国内往返印尼机票、签证费、行李超重费、机场离境税(15万印尼盾)、酒精饮料、额外的餐点、洗衣费、背夫(20美金/天私人开销等等行程内没有提及的费用。


行程

第1天 国内-厦门-雅加达
晚上5个小时航班从厦门(17:25)飞往雅加达(21:25),随后夜宿雅加达机场附近酒店。

第2天 雅加达-特尔纳特岛

9月9日

上午4.5小时航班飞往特尔纳特岛,随后前往酒店入住,下午在Tolire拍摄。

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第3天 特尔纳特岛-哈马黑拉岛

9月10日

早上坐船前往哈马黑拉岛,随后5个小时开往哈马黑拉岛东边拍摄。

 

第4/5天 哈马黑拉岛

9月11日-12日
全天在 哈马黑拉岛拍摄特有种。

 

 第6天 哈马黑拉岛-特尔纳特岛

9月13日

从哈马黑拉岛返回特尔纳特岛。

 

第6天 哈马黑拉岛-苏拉威西

9月14日

飞机前往棉老岛的万鸦老,随后前往Tangkoko自然保护区拍摄。

 

第7-9天 Tangkoko自然保护区

9月15日-17日

全天在Tangkoko自然保护区拍摄。

 

第10天 Tangkoko自然保护区- Lore Lindu国家公园

9月18日

早上开车返回万鸦老,税后飞机前往Palu。随后2个小时车程前往Lore Lindu国家公园拍摄。

 

第11-13天 Lore Lindu国家公园

 9月19日-21日

全天在Lore Lindu国家公园拍摄。

 

第14天 Lore Lindu国家公园- Palu

9月22日

上午在Lore Lindu国家公园拍摄,下午返回Palu。

 

第15天 Palu - 雅加达

9月23日

早上飞机返回雅加达,下午或晚上雅加达回国。

Days 13-17: 

Spending five nights on Halmahera will give us the opportunity to search for some of the most prized species on earth, including Wallace’s Standardwing and Ivory-breasted Pitta. We should see both, and will hope to observe the Standardwing at a lek site – a truly magical experience as the birds greet the rising sun by jumping up and parachuting down again, accompanied by an amazing cacophony of noise whenever a female approaches. Birding in the tropical forests of Halmahera is an exhilarating experience and a whole host of island and Moluccan endemics can be expected. Parrots are a common feature of the landscape, with White Cockatoos still reasonably common, although numbers of Chattering and Violet-necked Lory are declining due to trapping of these beautiful species for the cage-bird trade. Other frugivores making use of the often abundant fruiting trees in the area include the elusive Scarlet-breasted Fruit Dove, striking Grey-headed and cute Blue-capped Fruit Doves, while Moluccan and Cinnamon-bellied Imperial Pigeons are usually more conspicuous. Paradise Crow (a generally uniform, corvid-like bird-of-paradise), Dusky Scrubfowl, Rufous-bellied Triller, White-streaked Friarbird, Halmahera Flowerpecker, Halmahera Oriole and the aptly-named Goliath Coucal are also likely. Raptors are again much in evidence, with Grey-throated and Moluccan Goshawks, Rufous-necked Sparrowhawk and Gurney’s Eagle all possible. 

Sombre Kingfisher and Common Paradise Kingfishers usually stayed concealed within the forest whereas scanning open perches at the forest edge might find Blue-and-white Kingfisher or even the ultra-rare Purple Dollarbird.

Night birding is a must here as we hope to spot-light the bizarre looking Moluccan Owlet Nightjar along with Moluccan Scops Owl and Halmahera Boobook.

One evening we shall take a journey along the coast to visit the communal breeding grounds of the Moluccan Scrubfowl. By sitting quietly, we can hope to encounter one or more of these birds as they come down from the forests to lay their single egg on the beach. Nights on Halmahera.

Day 18: 

We will bid farewell to this marvellous island as we take the short boat ride back to Ternate for our flight back to Manado. Upon arrival we will transfer to the nearby Tangkoko-Dua Saudara National Park. As we approach the park we may encounter open country endemics such as White-rumped Cuckoo-shrike, Purple-winged Roller, Sulawesi Crested Myna, Yellow-breasted Racquet-tail or Silver-tipped Imperial Pigeon. Night at Tangkoko.

Days 19-20: 

The wonderful park of Tangkoko with its forest rising from coastal to submontane, supports a large range of the region’s endemic birds. A highly sought set of endemic kingfishers are likely; Lilac-cheeked, Green-backed and Sulawesi Dwarf Kingfisher in the forest and on one day we will take a boat trip into the mangroves to search for a fourth endemic kingfisher, the huge Black-billed.

The park boasts the highest density of the brilliant Knobbed Hornbill on Sulawesi and the uncommon Sulawesi Dwarf Hornbill also occurs, sometimes following troops of Sulawesi Crested Macaque, which patrol the forest like miniature Gorillas! A variety of other endemics are possible; Ornate Lorikeet, Silver-tipped Imperial Pigeon, Sulawesi Black Pigeon, Yellow-billed Malkoha and Ashy Woodpecker to name just a few.

Close attention to the forest understory could produce skulkers such as the gorgeous Red-backed Thrush, Red-bellied and Hooded Pittas, Tabon Scrubfowl and Stephan’s Dove.

On one evening we will visit a roost tree for one of the smallest primates in the world; the Spectral Tarsier. This incredible looking species with its endearing large eyes was the inspiration for Steven Spielberg’s “ET” and we will watch in amazement as they spring from branch to branch. Nights at Tangkoko.

Night-time forays should prove rewarding, with the surrounding grasslands and secondary forest home to four nocturnal endemics; Ochre-bellied Boobook, Sulawesi Scops Owl, Sulawesi Masked Owls and Sulawesi Nightjar. Nights at Tangkoko.

Day 21:

This morning we return to Manado to connect with our international flights.

Please note this itinerary is open to change at any time due to continuing changes in internal flight schedules.


附加行程

雅加达湾的海鸟

第1天 雅加达
夜宿雅加达市区酒店。

第2天

第3天