$40

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Observación de Aves Tamarindo Tour

Locatión:  Tamarindo, Guanacaste

The tour of bird watching in Costa Rica will allow you to observe a large variety of native and migratory species. With more than 850 species of birds found in a relatively small area, Costa Rica offers a place observers will find a very wide variety of habitats filled with amazing specimens of birds. With an experienced naturalist guide, you will be able to identify many species. Our guides will make this tour an unforgettable experience and at the same time will give them all their knowledge of these beautiful animals.

Duration: 2 hs

Recommendation: Jacket, good walking shoes or sandals, binoculars, camera, guide to the birds.

Includes: Drink-Snack -Naturalist Guide - Transportation from your hotel.

Birdwatching Tour El Roble 

Locatión:  Guanacaste.

$40

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A tour of 2 hours that will take you from the heart of our dry forest, up to the banks of the River reeds. During this wonderful experience, you will enjoy the beautiful sound of the birds that inhabit the area and the vivid nature covering the route, which will give you a stimulating and relaxing time. This tour is perfect for bird lovers and the sounds of nature.

Duration: 2 hs 

Recommendation: Jacket, good walking shoes or sandals, binoculars, camera, guide to the birds.

Includes: Drink-Snack -Naturalist Guide –Conculting  Transportation from your hotel.

Birdwatching  El Viejo Tour

Locatión: Palo Verde Nacional Park ,Guanacaste.

$85

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The Palo Verde National Park is the largest number of resident birds and non-residents in the region of Central America. Thousands of these birds feeding on the seasonal lagoons and reproduced. The ecological diversity allows for more than 10 different habitats, with great scenic beauty and opportunities for research. At the Palo Verde, we can identify 13 habitats of low mountains rich in calcite (calcium carbonate) and steep hillsides, lagoons and brackish water areas and mangroves. We can also find flooded forests, of evergreen trees, deciduous forests, gallery forests and plains. Scientists believe that some 7,000 years ago, the sea covered the region permanently with the exception of the mountains. This system of water creates the ideal conditions to attract the greatest concentration of birds in Central America. The lagoons offer an excellent feeding grounds and nestled in the dry season. Since 1991, this area became an international RAMSAR site that protects rare species such as the Jabiru Stork-the largest aquatic bird in Central America-and forest species such as the guayacan real, Cocobolo and Ron-Ron . We can find primary forest (northeastern sector), as well as pens and old buildings typical of the ancient culture Guanacaste. Bird Island is under protection as a bird sanctuary, as well as important archaeological sites in Botija, Bocana and Sonzapote.

 Duration: 2.5 hs

 

Recommendation: jacket, good walking shoes or sandals, binoculars, camera, guide to the birds.

 Includes: Includes: Drink -Snack -Naturalist Guide - Transportation from your hotel.

 

 

 
 
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