Cuba 11 Day Trip with the
American Birding Association
This Cuban tour provides you with a great opportunity to see all possible Cuban endemic birds and in addition other terrific bird, including a good number of Caribbean endemic species. Cuban endemics includes Gundlach’s Hawk, Bee Hummingbird (smallest hummingbird in the world), Cuban Trogon, Cuban Tody, Cuban Parakeet, Zapata Wren, and 18 other endemic species.
In addition, there are over twenty West Indian endemics possible, including West Indian Whistling-Duck, Key West Quail-Dove, Great Lizard-Cuckoo, Loggerhead Kingbird and Western Spindalis.
You will also get to experience the local Cuban culture, and have an opportunity to explore Havana and other interesting locations. Our friendly Cuban bird guides will be happy to discuss and give a local perspective on Cuban life, in addition to their extensive knowlege of the local birds and wildlife.
More Details about this Trip:
2017 Tours: $4,290 for 11 Days and 10 Nights
2018 tours: $4,490 for 11 Days and 10 Nights
Group Size: 8 participants plus ABA Host, Bird Guide/Arturo, and driver(s).
March 13-23, 2018
April 4-14, 2018
September 10-20, 2018
Contact for More Information:
Toll Free: 888-203-7464
March 13-23: Birding in Cuba with the ABA: Cuban and Caribbean Endemics with Arturo Kirkconnell and Jennie Duberstein.
April 4-14: Birding in Cuba with the ABA: Cuban and Caribbean Endemics with Arturo Kirkconnell and Ted Floyd.
September 10-20: Birding in Cuba with the ABA: Cuban and Caribbean Endemics with Arturo Kirkconnell and Nate Swick.