Bird watching in Costa Rica's forests is unparalleled. With approximately 850 different species of birds, Costa Rica has more variety than Europe, Australia, and North America. Our tours cover the rainforest low land, dry forest, the highlands, and the cloud forest. Our guides will take you to some of the best birding spots in the country. With such diversity it's no wonder that so many people make bird watching part of their Costa Rica travel adventure or even their whole reason for coming!
Here are some past itineraries to review. Remember we would be happy to design a custom tour for you or your group. We cover all aspects of birding from standard tours to arranging guides and locations for your research project.
10-Day Birds of Costa Rica
Explore the slopes of Arenal Volcano in search of Tanagers, Mot Mots, Clay Robins, and Flycatchers. Travel along Frio River looking for Roseate Spoonbills, Bald-Headed storks, Herons. Visit Carara Biological Reserve and see Scarlett Macaws, Firery-Billed Aracari, and Long-tailed manikins. See Trogans, Qutzals and many others as you explore the slopes of the Cerro de La Muerte. Day 9 will be spent visiting Poas Volcano. For a complete itinerary please click here.
13-Day Avid Birding Tour
Explore the Sarapiqui Lowlands and Braulio Carrilo National Park with its more than 350 species of birds. Go in search of Quetzals and some of the other 170 species in the Talamanca Highlands. See Scarlett macaws fly in over the mangroves at Carara national park. Search for Keel-Billed Toucans, Great Green Macaws and others at Selva Verde National Wildlife Refuge. Birding in Corcovado National Park and a visit to historic Drake Bay. For a complete itinerary please click here.