Dominican Republic: Endemic Birding and More
Dominican Republic is a spectacular birding destination with more than 360 bird species. This trip is an exciting birding journey designed so that most birders see 150 to over 180 species in 9 to 10 days.
Our tour features nearly 36 regional endemic bird species, endemic to Guatemala and neighboring countries.
Besides spectacular birding, Tikal National Park offers a chance to see about sixty additional bird species and a chance to walk through the monuments of the ancient Mayan civilization (4th century BC).
Horned Guan, Goldman's Warbler, White-bellied Chachalaca, Highland Guan, Ocellated Turkey, Pacific Parakeet, Fulvous Owl, Blue-throated Motmot, Belted Flycatcher, Long-tailed Manakin, Bushy-crested Jay, Azure-hooded Jay, Black-throated Jay, Black-capped Swallow, Rufous-browed Wren, Rufous-collared Robin, Blue-and-white Mockingbird, Pink-headed Warbler, Azure-rumped Tanager, Bar-winged Oriole and Gray-throated Chat.
white-nosed Coati, Spotted Skunk, Collared Peccary, Yucatán Black Howler, Kinkajou, Long-tailed Weasel, Northern Raccoon, White-tailed Deer, Central American Spider Monkey, Gray Fox
More Details About this Trip:
Pricing: $2,990 USD or £2,330 GBP for 9 Days and 8 Nights;
Group Size: Most tours viable at 4 to 8 participants (priced at 6 participants).
Upcoming 2021 Dates:
Tropical Humid Forest, Cloud Forest, Tropical Humid Savannah, Subtropical Humid Forest, Montane Forest, Dry Scrub
World Heritage Sites: Tikal National Park and Antigua Guatemala. Lake Atitlán, Fuentes Geroginas hot springs, beautiful views of several volcanos.
Note: All photographs in used are courtesy of photographer Kenny Díaz.