Costa Rica birding trip
Birding ? Yes, Costa Rica is one of the preferred bird watching destinations worldwide. Species list tops 850 in total, and many of them can actually be seen in a 7 day or a 15 day trip through the country. Popular birds include the Quetzal, the Snow Cap, the Bell Bird and many species of hummingbirds. Well know birding spots include San Gerardo de Dota, Turrialba, Carara, Tortuguero, Corcovado and the Osa Peninsula, Guanacaste and the Guanacaste Mountain Range, the lowlands of Sarapiqui, the wetlands of Palo Verde and La Ensenada, Cano Negro and so many more.
San Gerardo de Dota
- Trogon Lodge package, in search of the Quetzal, including 2 nights and three days, with all meals included and guided early morning cloud forest tours.
– One of the best locations for birding in the South Pacific Coast. Pick up in Golfito, transfer to the lodges, 3 night lodging with all meals included and guided tours.
Rincon de la Vieja
– Stay at Blue River resort and Hot Springs and explore some of the most unexplored tropical lowland and sub-mountainous rainforests in Costa Rica. 3 nights with breakfasts. Breakfasts included.
Monteverde Birding Adventure
– 3 nights and 4 days to discover the Santa Elena and the Monteverde reserves. Breakfasts included.