• Madre de Dios River, Peru

    Madre de Dios River


    Homes made for birders.
  • Wahgi Valley & the Mount Hagen, the heart of the Papua New Guinean highlands

    Wahgi Valley & the Mount Hagen

    the heart of the Papua New Guinean highlands

    Homes made for birders.
  • Gamboa sunset, Panama

    Gamboa sunset


    Homes made for birders.
  • Pripyat River, Belarus, without doubt the Amazon of Europe

    Pripyat River, Belarus

    without doubt the Amazon of Europe

    Homes made for birders.
  • Durankulak Lake, NE Bulgaria

    Durankulak Lake

    NE Bulgaria

    Homes made for birders.
  • Autumn at Lake Kerkini, Greece

    Autumn at Lake Kerkini


    Homes made for birders.


Date: 17-08-2014

New Partners join Bed & Birding network

Written by: Paul Goriup

We are delighted to announce that Bed & Birding has recently welcomed five new partners from Greece, Bulgaria, Finland, UK and Peru.  Collectively they embrace highly diverse and internationally important birdwatching (and other wildlife) areas. We are building an impressive chain of local nature-oriented partners along the fabulous coastal wetlands of the western Black Sea region and Danube River. Other members of our expanding accommodation network cover the northwest coast of England, the Baltic Sea, Mediterranean woodlands and the core of the Amazonian rainforest.

Nikos Gallios (left), manager of Limneo Hotel in Greece, signs the Bed and Birding franchise agreement with Pavel Simeonov
during the British Bird Fair 2014.
Dalmatian Pelicans are a typical feature of Kerkini Lake in Greece.
After a small ceremony of typical ouzo-toasts and traditionally served appetizers (meze’s) including olives and feta cheese,
Pavel Simeonov (left) and Nikos Gallios (right) exchanged warm greetings, congratulating each other.