Birdwatching in Costa Rica

Costa Rica

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What you will do

First you need to know: we leave at 5 o’clock in the morning!!!
This hike is set earlier than you might expect, but there is no better way starting a day than walking on a pristine beach enjoying a spectacular sunrise; we are sure you won’t regret it!!
We walk about 30 to 40 minutes to Carate where we begin our tour; a morning full of birding is ahead of us!

The first species we have already spot along the beach. As soon as we get to the open areas around the airstrip and Carate River you’ll notice that this is a paradise for birding lovers.
A little bit later we can see seedeater, tanagers, doves, hawks, macaws, warblers, hummingbirds, flycatchers, and various other species of birds. As we hike along the road and the beach for about an hour we can spot wrens, woodpeckers and wood creepers, kingfishers, egrets and trogons.

We might even have the opportunity watching the Central American Squirrel Monkey in the trees; it is a subspecies which can only be found in the southern part of Costa Rica.
For topping this incredible walk we have a picnic breakfast. You can enjoy snacks and hot coffee; you will love it!

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Duration

4 Hours

Activitiy Location

Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Provided by

La Leona Ecolodge

a Leona Eco Lodge has a unique location by been next to Corcovado National Park in La Leona Ranger Station, it is also in the rainforest and stretches along the beach of the Pacific Ocean with spectacular panoramic views. This combination might have inspired our guests expressing:…like being in paradise

www.laleonaecolodge.com

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  • The coupon will be valid for 12 months from the purchase date.
  • General cancellation policy applies.
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