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Costa Rica Winged Wonders: A Birding Adventure

Overview

Costa Rica beckons with a siren call to bird-watching enthusiasts, setting the stage for an unforgettable avian adventure. Every year, this vibrant nation welcomes a multitude of bird watchers, drawn by the irresistible allure of 850 avian species waiting to be discovered and captured through the lens. In the realm of Central American birding, Costa Rica stands as a jewel, thanks to its small yet diverse landscape, offering an astounding range of climates.

Here, the skies come alive with a mesmerizing tapestry of colors and melodies. From the striking plumage of toucans to the haunting calls of howler monkeys, this is a destination where nature's symphony takes center stage. Whether you're a seasoned birder or a novice, the enchanting birdlife of Costa Rica promises an enriching experience.

Our meticulously crafted birding tour not only promises thrilling encounters with feathered wonders but also ensures your comfort and convenience. With high-quality lodges and expert guides armed with spotting scopes, bird calls, and laser pointers, we're dedicated to enhancing your bird-watching odyssey.

Join us in Costa Rica, where each day unfolds a new chapter in your avian journey, and every sighting is a brushstroke in the masterpiece of nature's artistry. Discover the magic of Costa Rican birding and let your passion for ornithology take flight.

Tour Facts

Top Birds

Keel-billed and Yellow-throated toucans, Collared Aracari, Orange-chinned Parakeet, Brown-hooded, White-crowned, Yellow-napped and White-fronted Parrot, King Vulture, Black-capped Pygmy-Tyrant, Great Curassow, White-fronted Nunbird, Rufous-winged, Cinnamon and Chestnut-colored Woodpeckers, Central American Pygmy-Owl, Great Green Macaw, Rufescent Tiger-Heron, Black-and-white, Crested and Spectacled Owls, Bare-throated Tiger-heron, Anhinga, Neotropic Cormorants, Great, Great Blue, Tricolored and Snowy Egrets, White, Green and Glossy Ibises, Nicaraguan Grackle, Lesser Yellow-headed Vulture, Jabiru, Yellow-breasted Crake, Montezuma Oropendola, Buff-throated Saltator, Red-legged Honeycreeper, Crimson-collared Tanager, Scarlet-rumped Tanager, Long-tailed Tyrant, White-fronted Nunbird, Keel-billed Motmot, White Hawk,White-tipped Sicklebill, Fiery-throated Hummingbird, Golden-browed Chlorophonia, Black-thighed Grosbeak, Large-footed Finch, Yellow-thighed Brushfinch, Slaty Flowerpiercer, Spangle-cheeked Tanager, Sooty-capped Chlorospingus, Sulfur-winged Parakeet, White-throated Mountain-Gem, Black-faced Solitaire, Black-billed Nightingale-Thrush, Sooty Thrush, Black-and-yellow and Long-tailed Silky Flycatcher, Resplendent Quetzal, Volcano Hummingbird, Talamanca Hummingbird, Lesser Violetear, Scarlet Macaw, Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl, Roseate Spoonbill, Wood Stork, Common Black Hawk, Yellow-headed Caracara  among others. 

 

 

Top Mammals

The White-nosed Coati, Variegated Squirrel, Red-Tailed Squirrel, Alfaro's Pygmy Squirrel, Central American Agouti, and Mantled Howler Monkey.

Price per Person

Double room:  

Single room:   

Ease of Birding

Moderate, with some tricky species

Max Group Size

9 pax.

 

Expected Climate

Can go from hot and dry to humid and cool.

 

Accommodation

Comfortable in very good hotels.

 

Tour Pace & Walking

It has a medium difficulty with trails and some slightly awkward locations

 

Habitats Covered

Northern Rainforest, Northern Wetlands, Arenal Volcano Area, Caribbean Rainforest, Talamanca Highlands, Central Pacific

 

Route Map

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