The people at Birding Holland not only know exactly where to go to find the birds you want to see, they will also make your trip truly unforgettable!
How do you know if Birding Holland is as good as we say it is?
The best way to evaluate any company is by looking for repeat customers. People who are so impressed by a company or its products that they come again. And again!
Birding Holland has had several clients who were so impressed by the birds, the birding and the quality of our services that they decided to return.
Below are some comments by repeat customers. We've also added the number of times they have been on a Birding Holland tour.
I hate that my plane change in Amsterdam next month is so quick that I
won't have time to go birding. I appreciate you letting me know that
you have sites for four of my targets, and I'm sure, based on my past
trips with you, that we'd nail them if I had even a short layover.
Rest assured, though, that I will be calling for your assistance soon.
Professor Philip Johnson (5000+ species and counting)
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
Ever since my first visit in January I was keen to return & do some more birding with Pieter at a different time of year. I eventually made it back this October and once again we had a full, enjoyable and hugely rewarding day in the field touring birding hotspots & lesser known sites.
I thought it would be difficult to top the day we had in January but Pieter came up trumps again with his choice of locations and we ended the day with an impressive list of 86. This included fantastic views of 40 Lesser White-fronted Geese, Red-breasted Goose, Great Egret, Northern Harrier & a very obliging Horned Lark - all difficult species in England.
I have already arranged a spring visit and at the current rate my Holland list will overtake my British list within a couple of years!
Full credit goes to Pieter and Remco at Birding Holland for their uncompromising dedication to finding and showing off the birds of Holland and making me feel like an old friend whenever I visit.
Another comment by Jim:
Thanks very much for another great day. 100+ species in a day is a European first for me. I have tried for it before in England but not succeeded. I also really enjoyed the great views of birds I rarely see over here such as Grasshopper Warbler, Spoonbill, White Stork, Hoopoe & Purple Sandpiper.
Jim - London, England
On a sunny autumn day I went on my second birding outing with Pieter. This time we were targeting Red Breasted Goose which sometimes strays into Holland. On our way up north we had many great goose viewings, seeing Greylags, Barnacles, Brents and exceptional view of Lesser and Greater White-fronted. And to the credit of Birding Holland I then got my first sight of the Red Breasted Goose along with another 79 species. All in all a fantastic day out again.
Björn Hauksson, Reykjavík, Iceland / The Hague, Netherlands