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Max. 8 people
USD $ per person
For most people, the words “Caribbean coast” conjure up images of turquoise waters, white sand beaches, coconut trees, margaritas and a hammock beneath a shining sun. The truth is that this image is not far from reality. The Caribbean is a paradise for the senses and for those interested in birding in Belize, things just keep getting better and better.
The Caribbean coast of Belize and its islands are filled with enough resident birds to keep even the most avid birder busy, including Wood Stork, Jabiru, White Ibis, Roseate Spoonbill, Tricolored Heron, Magnificent Frigatebird, Lesser Yellow-headed Vulture, Black-collared Hawk, Wilson’s Plover, White-crowned Pigeon, Cinnamon Hummingbird and Caribbean Elaenia. But during migration, when a large number of North American songbirds return to their breeding grounds, this normally tranquil setting bustles with life.
Of course, Belize has more to offer than just its stunning, bird-filled coast. So to round out our Belize birding tour, we will complete our journey with a visit to the Mountain Pine Ridge, a forested paradise where we will add many interesting species to our list: King Vulture, Orange-breasted Falcon, Black-and-white Hawk-Eagle, Stygian Owl, Azure-crowned Hummingbird and Rufous-capped Warbler.
Along the way, we will stay in some of the nicest hotels the region has to offer and we will enjoy excellent local cuisine with a touch of Caribbean flavor.
Belize Birding Tour: Birding in the Caribbean
- Length: 6 days
- Maximum number of participants: 8*
- Single Supplement: US$450
- Lodging: Comfortable hotels, among the best in the region
- Food:Excellent, with a touch of Caribbean flavor
- Weather: Cool in the mornings and evenings, hot and humid at mid-day
- Difficulty: Easy. Short walks on mostly level surfaces throughout most of the trip.
* With smaller groups, an additional fee will be charged.