At client’s preference – please request availability.
Tour dates can be established at your convenience.
June 10 – 20, 2019.
November 15 – 25, 2019.
For a customized version of this tour, please click on the “Book now” button and write us with your birding & traveling requirements.
US $2,900 per person for a group of 5-8 participants.
US $3,100 per person for a group of 3-4 participants.
US $3,900 per person for a group of 2 participants.
Single supplement costs US $240 per person (covering 7 of the 10 nights; other nights are at lodges with double occupancy).
Price includes ground transportation, lodging, all meals (from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on final day of the tour), entrance fees to all parks & reserves, daily water and guidance.
Price does not include international air tickets, alcoholic drinks or beverages in addition to those served in meals, laundry and personal expenses.
|Daniel Uribe – Restrepo
Has been chasing birds since
he was 9-years and enjoys
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This medium-length tour (10 nights / 11 days) aims at seeing and enjoying the greatest number of endemic species within the most magnificent landscapes of the Central Andes of Colombia, encompassing a wide range of ecosystems in a big altitudinal gradient. Tour itinerary covers thoroughly native forests within protected watersheds that supply water to the coffee region of the country.
Tour itinerary has been carefully planned in order to cover the greatest number and variety of nature ecosystems within the West slope of the Central Andes, from 4,200 to 13,100 ft (1,300 – 4,000 m). You will visit the very best nature reserves within the buffer zone of Los Nevados National Park, where many watersheds have been declared as Important Bird Areas (IBAs), holding some of Colombia´s rarest and most threatened species. The final two days of the tour will be devoted to bird the Western Andes for mountain Choco specialties, including a visit to the Yellow-eared Parrot Reserve in search of this critically-endangered endemic, one of the world’s most threatened birds.
Will range anywhere between 82 ºF (28 ºC) in the lowlands and 46-53 ºF (8-12 ºC) in Los Nevados National Park (max. tour height = 13,100 ft. or 4,000 mt.). Most tour days will be between 57 to 71 ºF (14 – 22 ºC) and 4,600 to 9,200 ft (1400 – 2800 mt).
Comfortable shoes or rubber boots; small umbrella, rain coat or poncho; sweater or coat for the night; hat or cap & sun shade; shirts with long sleeves & insect repellent; personal medicines; IDs & health insurance.