Costa Rica is Home to 925 bird species, including about 600 permanent residents
Costa Rica is one of the world’s premier bird watching destinations with one of the largest number of habitats and microhabitats in the planet, with over 925 bird species recorded here, including about 600 permanent residents. Costa Rica is the 8th best place in the world for birding. According to Cornell Lab / October Big Glabal Day.
This country functions as a continuous corridor for migrations between North and South America. Costa Rica’s geography is dominated by two coasts and by mountains that cover more than half the land, greatly influencing the climate. Variations in temperature and rainfall and a wide range of elevations combined to form vegetation habitats that support the country’s wealth of birds.
Manuel Antonio is our hearquarter but, Esquipulas area and Carara National Park are some of the most important birding spots in the Central Pacific of Costa Rica. Come and join one of our local experts end experience our bird fauna at its best.
Price per person (Minimum 2 pax)
- $85 – 5 hrs – Esquipulas
- $50 – 3 hrs – Manual Antonio
- $150 – 8 hrs – Carara
Included in the tour:
- Transportation (round trip)
- Certified tour guide (German / Spanish / English)
- Spotting equipment
- Coffee and snacks
What to bring…?
- Hiking shoes
- Insect repellent
- Comfortable dark clothing
- 3 hours – short tour
- 5 hours – long tour
- 8 hours whole day
Pick up time:
- Quepos / Manuel Antonio – 5 am. / 2 pm.
(For other pick up locations please contact us)
Minimum 2 people.
Limited space, reserve on time
Private tours are also possible; for times & rates contact us.