Amazon Birding Tour
The route of The Great Snake
Our Amazon Birding Tour has been carefully designed for you to explore two remote locations in Colombia’s foothills of the Amazon that are quickly developing a reputation as world-class birding destinations: Mitu and Inirida for hard-to-find, bizarre-looking specialty birds like the Capuchinbird, Yapacana Antbird, Spangled Cotinga, Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock, Paradise Tanager, Paradise Jacamar, Yellow-crowned Manakin, Fiery Topaz, Tawny-tufted Toucanet, Swallow-winged Puffbird, White-chinned Jacamar, Fork-tailed Woodnymph, Golden-tailed Sapphire, Amazonian Motmot, Chestnut-eared Aracari, and many more!
The vast array of ecosystems and habitats to explore include White-Sand Forest, Upland Terra Firme, Gallery Forests, and seasonally flooded Varzea Forests. This tour includes a transition birding stop in the Bavaria Forest, located in Colombia’s llanos foothills in tropical forest
Tour Duration: 12 days
Best Dates: *November – April* For pivate groups upon request!
Tour Price:$4,500 per birder
Single Occupancy Supplement:$500
Tour Size: Limited to 8 Participants
Tour Guide: Camilo Orjuela
|In a Nutshell||
Andes portion Tour price: $3,500, with a Santa Marta Extension $5,500, Tour Dates: June 3-13, 2018 or June 03-19 with a Santa Marta Extension, Departure and arrival city: Bogota, Colombia, Max Number of participants: 8, Tour Guide: Johnnier Arango, Required deposit: $500