Join our resident naturalist with binoculars and telescope and be ready to see some of the 150-plus bird species that call the peninsula their home. Between others: tiger heron, black hawk, laughing falcon, turquoise-browed motmot, manakin, lineated woodpecker or elegant trogon. It is a wonderful opportunity to practice wildlife photography and have fun exploring the aviary world of Peninsula Papagayo.
What We Love
The chance to see both resident and rare migratory birds all within Palmares Preserve
What to Bring
Comfortable clothes, walking shoes and water bottle
- Duration 2 hours
- Private $570 + tax (up to 5)$95 + tax each additional
PLAN YOUR ADVENTURE
DID YOU KNOW?
While making up just one third of a percent of the Earth's landmass, Costa Rica contains 4-5% of species estimated to exist on the planet.