Lodging for birders around the world

This is a list of Hotels, Inns and B&B's recommended by Birdingpals
To correspond directly with the owner eliminating the middleman, Birdingpal provides a direct email address
to the proprietor wherever possible.
*Lodging I have visited personally, has a note with my comments.
** Lodgings offering a discount off the nightly rates to Birdingpals


Udayana Lodge
Jimbaran Heights
We believe that we are something different and special for the weary traveler. We are situated in 70 hectares of bush land on Jimbaran Heights only 15 minutes from the airport, Uluwatu or Nusa Dua. We are a small eco-lodge which specializes in giving our clients peace, quiet and privacy and personal service at a reasonable price. We are the only hotel in Bali which emphasizes environmental protection, promotes the Balinese culture, focuses on birds and butterflies and has facilities for the games of lawn tennis and cricket. We also have fabulous views all over Bali.

Weda Resort
Central Halmahera, North Maluku
It's paradise on land as well; there are two species of Birds of Paradise in our own forest. In a cirlce of only 5 Km around the resort, we spotted 24 of the 28 endemic species of Halmahera birds. Together with the local community we are proud to be able to protect 175 Hectares of primary jungle, home of the Wallace's Standardwing Bird of Paradise. This is absolutely the best place in the world to observe this beautiful inhabitant of paradise.
Satwa Elephant Eco Lodge
Way Kambas, Sumatra
Way Kambas is a large national park covering 130,000 hectares. It consists of swamp forest and lowland rain forest, becoming a reserve in 1972 It has long been known for being home to a significant population of Sumatran elephants, some Sumatran tigers, sun Bears, and Malaysian tapirs, and numerous bird species. In the 1990s, it was revealed that the park was also home to a little-known or seen population of around 40 Sumatran rhinos – one of only three surviving populations in Indonesia.

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Last update 16/06/2013