2. Varirata National Park, Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea is truly a bird watchers paradise! Throughout the whole country beautiful species can be seen, including the different species of the famous Birds of Paradise. Bird watching is available throughout the country from coastal and island locations right up to the rugged peaks of the highlands.
Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater - Acanthagenys rufogularis - is the only species in the genus Acanthagenys. Its range includes most of Australia except for Tasmania, tropical Northern areas, the Southeastern coast. This photo was taken in early morning in the land of Goschen, a fabled birding spot in the Mallee, Victoria, Australia. Photo by David Jenkins
3. Manu National Park, Peru Peru´s Manu National Park is famed for has the highest biodiversity of any protected area in the world. This pristine Amazon rainforest has 13 primate species giving home to the Giant Otters. The over 1000 species of birds that have been recorded is the main attraction of the national park. Add visit to the fascinating MachuPicchu and you have a trip of a lifetime.