• $950.00

    Andes and Llanos Birding

    Visit the Llanos in the southern Venezuelan Savannah, and stay at Hato Cedral a 106,000-acre wildlife sanctuary

    Rated 5.00 out of 5
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  • $2,450.00

    Choco Birding Tour

    A great birding adventure where you can see many endemics and near-endemics and enjoy some of the best hummingbird and tanager feeder in the country.

  • $2,840.00

    Colombian Mountains Birding

    A really nice adventure per Colombian Mountains with a lot of hummingbird, tanagers, antpittas and tapaculos to see.

  • $2,980.00

    Easter Andes Birding

    Adventure yourself on a birding tour in the Colombian mountains in Eastern Andes. Enjoy the amazing hummingbirds, Antpittas, Tapaculos, Tanagers.

  • $820.00

    Hato Cedral Wildlife

    The experience is like going on a Safari in Africa, but enjoying the animals typical from the American Llanos

    Rated 4.00 out of 5
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  • $5,630.00

    Highlands Birding Tour

    A magical birding adventure on the Colombian Andean mountains enjoying over 450 species!

  • $5,450.00 Ring Kinfisher

    Lowlands Birding Tour

    Over 1900 Species, 90 endemic and over 1000 near-endemic. A bird lover paradise guaranteed!

  • $2,046.00

    Nature Cuba

    Experience the warmth of Cuban hospitality and stay with local Cuban people. Prepare to enjoy a walk through Old Havana.

  • $2,980.00

    Orinoco Birding

    Black Water Rivers & White Sand Forest. This is one of the newest destination world class for birding in Colombia in where the influence of the majestic Orinoco River make of this tour a really jewel of birding

  • $2,980.00

    Serrania del Abibe & Darien Birding

    The Golfo de Uraba a real paradise of biodiversity in where a lot of birds appear when the birdwatchers appear in the forest. Amazing humid tropical ecosystems, mangroves and secondary forest that save endangered species

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    Whale Watching

    Colombia’s tropical rainforest and Pacific Ocean create the best opportunity do whale watching. Whales come every year between June and October to mate, nurse their calves and enjoy the warm waters.

    Rated 4.00 out of 5
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