Birdwatching with Select Latin America
We have a wealth of experience and guides to create bespoke holidays for bird watchers. We can also offer holidays for birdwatching couples (with alternatives for a less keen partner).
Latin America is teeming with birdlife, the highest number of species in the world. From the iridescent hummingbirds to the regal Condor of the high Andes. Not forgetting the myriad birds of the Amazon forest.
We have sample itineraries below for the enthusiastic birdwatcher who prefer some creature comforts on their holiday. We have experts on call in most countries and can modify any itinerary to suit your personal tastes.
A 12-day birding extravaganza to five key regions of Costa Rica. From San Jose to the Caribbean side, then San Gerado in the highlands, the NE Pacific dry forest to the swamps of the Central Pacific. You will be taken around in air-conditioned comfort with expert guides and stay at charming hotels.
A trip through the breath-taking landscapes of this long and narrow country. From the Andean High Plateau to the windy steppes of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Between these two extremes lie the fertile valleys, the temperate rainforest of the Lakes region and the archipelago of Chiloé. Travel 4.300 kilometres along spectacular natural landscapes lead by the expert professional birding guides.
A birding journey starting in Quito and driving west through the Andes, to the birding paradise of Mindo. Spend three full days exploring the region, spotting hummingbirds, antpittas, umbrellabirds and the inimitable cock-of-the rock. Travel back to the highlands. Visit the volcano of Antisana and see condors. Then head to the eastern lowlands for sub-tropical species and the headwaters of the Amazon.
Spend a week Island hopping the Galapagos with a bird expert. You will be in good hands with our bird leader and a local Galapagos guide. There is a good chance to spot most of the endemic species. The tour stops on three main islands of San Cristobal, Isabela and Santa Cruz and visits Española and Floreana. The trip has been carefully designed to maximize sightings.