LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN

CARIBBEAN

CUBA: BIRDS, CULTURE & CONSERVATION

Dates: Feb 11-21, 2020
Spaces Available: 6

Price: $3,975 pp
Max Participants: 8

Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean with a population of just over 11 million people, almost a third of which live in the capital, Havana (La Habana). Traveling under the “Support of the Cuban People” category, we will have the chance to learn about Cuban culture and interact with locals as well as enjoy some incredible birding as we search for Cuban endemics and Caribbean specialties.

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CENTRAL AMERICA

BELIZE: BIRDING IN THE CARIBBEAN

Dates: OPEN
Spaces Available: 8

Price: TBD
Max Participants: 8


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.

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BELIZE: BIRDING & YOGA

Dates: OPEN
Spaces Available: 8

Price: $3,275 pp
Max Participants: 8


Natural beauty and relaxation are two ways to best describe Belize. Without a doubt a birder's paradise, we will take our time to truly enjoy the beauty and wonder of the birds we do see and will spend some time observing their behavior and learning more about them. Along the way, we will visit breathtaking waterfalls, roaring rivers and winding jungle trails.

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PANAMA: A BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT

Dates: 10-19 November, 2020
Spaces Available: 8

Price: $2,630 pp
Max Participants: 8


Panama, a biodiversity hotspot, is home to the largest number of birds of any country in Central America -  with over a thousand recorded species. This astonishing diversity is easily accessible, making it possible to attain a very long bird list within a short period of time. What's more, it is possible to see more than a hundred regional endemics. 

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PANAMA: BIRDS OF THE PANAMA CANAL

Dates: October 10-17, 2020
Spaces Available: 8

Price: $1,890 pp
Max Participants: 8


The Panama Canal is located in the center of one of the world’s most biologically diverse areas and is surrounded by a substantial stretch of protected areas within the Panama Canal watershed. Here, close to two-thirds of the more than one thousand bird species registered in the country can be found.

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PANAMA: BIRDS & BUTTERFLIES

Dates: September 4-13, 2020
Spaces Available: 7

Price: $2,975 pp
Max Participants: 8

 
With a great variety of habitats from coastal lowlands, river courses, and foothill plains to high elevation cloud forest and volcanos, Panama supports great biological diversity. In addition to birds, Panama is home to over 1,800 species of butterflies. In fact, one of the meanings of the word Panama is “abundance of butterflies.”

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PANAMA: INTRO TO BIRDING & YOGA

Dates: December 7-14, 2020
Spaces Available: 8

Price: $2,645 pp
Max Participants: 8

 
Panama combines the perfect setting for natural exploration and relaxation. With extensive forests and national parks in close proximity to seemingly endless miles of pristine coastline, hundreds of species of colorful birds and much more, Panama is a top choice for immersion in tropical nature. 

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PANAMA: REALM OF THE HARPY EAGLE

Dates: OPEN
Spaces Available: 8

Price: $1,295 pp
Max Participants: 8

Darien, Panama is one of the most biodiverse areas of the country. Pristine forest, roaring waterfalls, forest streams, and thriving ecosystems are just some of the features that make Darien such a special place for humans and wildlife alike. It is home to jaguars, night monkeys, tapirs, giant anteaters, and of course, the majestic Harpy Eagle.

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SOUTH AMERICA
COLOMBIA:THREE ANDEAN MOUNTAIN RANGES

Dates: July 1-12, 2020
Spaces Available: 8

Price: $4,025 pp
Max Participants: 8


Colombia is considered a mega-diverse country, due, in part, to its awe-inspiring array of different habitats and ecosystems which are home to approximately one-fifth of the bird species on Earth. The Andean Mountain Range is one region that stands out for its incredible biodiversity, with richness in birds and high endemism.

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