Birdwatchers of Paradise, accompanied in Costa Rica Birding Tours, jungles, mangroves, beaches, forests of fog

10 days / 9 nights

With almost 850 species of birds, Costa Rica has many years to be famous among expert birdwatchers. One of the reasons for the extraordinary variety of birds in Costa Rica is the great variety of habitats: rainforest, mangrove swamps, beaches, cloud forests, rivers, etc. The best thing is that any of these ecosystems, with their own species of birds are almost always within a short distance of each other. Fortunately Costa Rican birds are not shy and seeing them is relatively easy. On a specific day, depending on the season, location and luck, you may see several dozen species. Many of the tours are guided with bird study included and the country is well equipped with mountain and forest hotels that specialize in programs for bird watching. Many species of reinitas, mosqueros, vireos, bolseros, etc. migrate to Costa Rica every winter. You will also have the opportunity to see many impressive birds that are related to the tropics such as parrots, parrots, macaws, toucans, toucans and the elusive but legendary quetzal. However, there are many other equally impressive species in our skies, such as the momoto or bobo bird, with its distinctive racquet-shaped tail, oropendolas, which make amazing hanging nests and an incredible range of hawks and hawks. If you look for birds with colorful magicians, they have some of the most beautiful plumage; however, none of them are compared to the fast hummingbirds. You will not find a better place to observe birds than Costa Rica.

Day 1: Arrival - San Jose

A representative from Costa Rican Trails will meet you at the airport and provide transfer to El Rodeo Hotel Presidente Hotel)

Overnight at El Rodeo

Day 2: Caño Negro (B, D)

Overnight at Cano Negro Natural Lodge Standard room

Day 3: Natural Walk / Wetland Tours (B, D)

In this tour you will learn a little more about the great biodiversity of the refuge, and about the environmental threats this place suffers.
You will visit a butterfly garden where you will be able to observe different species of butterflies and to learn about the work that a small women association carries out to look after the place.
Then we will visit the turtle project, where you will be explained the process involved in raising this reptile.

Visit, on a very safe and comfortable boat, the channels and lagoons that compose this beautiful area . You will be very impressed with the scenery, the observation of flora and fauna and the incredible beauty of the channel systems. This refuge is home to more than 350 bird species, such as Jabiru, Roseate Spoonbill, Neotropic Cormorant, Anhinga, Wood Stork, Tricolored Heron, Bare-throated Tiger-Heron, White Ibis Great Blue Heron, Snowy Egret, Sungrebe Black- Whistling-Duck

Overnight at Cano Negro Natural Lodge Standard Room

Day 4: & amp; 05, La Carolina Lodge (B, L, D)

Continue on the Panamerican Highway on the road to Punta Morales, Coyolitos and Abangaritos. The National Wildlife Refuge, with 1000 acres, is located on the Pacific Coast in the Puntarenas Province, on the Gulf of Nicoya. It is an ideal place to horseback riding, for naturalists, for birdwatchers and nature lovers. The most important activities on this ranch are cattle and horses, the production of salt and fruit growing. It is also a paradise where you will find the perfect point of balance between place, excitement and adventure. The hotel offers accommodations in comfortable villas facing the Nicoya gulf with two beds and a spacious terrace, from which you can enjoy an unforgettable sunset relaxing in a hammock. The gulf of Nicoya, the mangroves and the salina offer those who love birds and many different species of birds such as pelicans, herons, parrots, Montezuma Oropendula, Bellbird, White Iris, Great Egret, etc. You will spend two nights at the Ensenada Lodge

Day 8: Carara (B)

Morning departure towards the Central Pacific Coast and the Carara Biological Reserve. This 4700 hectare reserve is at the mouth of the Tárcoles River. The reserve is surrounded by pasture and agricultural land and forms an oasis for wildlife from a large surrounding area. Check in at the Cerro Lodge located at nearby Carara.
Experience the raw power of the rainforest through our SkyWay walking tour in the afternoon. Of 1.5 miles (2.5 km) in length, this all-ages tour lets you observe the wide array of exotic flora and fauna firsthand. Make yourself one with the jungle! Five suspended bridges at more than 180 feet above the ground! Each of these bridges is an astonishing 300 feet in length, crossing through the very heart of the tropical rainforest. Experience the unique sensation of getting surrounded by the magic of virgin, unspoiled nature

Overnight at Villa Lapas Cabin Room

Day 9: Carara (B)

Overnight at Villa Lapas Room Cabin

Day 10: Departure (B)

You will be transferred to the international airport afternoon flight!)

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