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Of: San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize
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Jeronie Tut
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San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize


Birding Pal

Available: Anytime
Language: Spanish and English

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We love to share our birds and our beautiful country side with our visitors so I am sure you will have a great time with us and leave bird happy.




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Area and hotspots
Crooked Tree, Blue Hole, laguna Aguacate, Mountain Pine ridge, El Pilar, Bocawina, Jaguar Reserve


Local birds
Lovely Cotinga, Orange Breasted Falcon, Purple Gallinule, Kingfisher, Snail kite, Savannah Vulture, Spotted Sandpiper, Solitary Sandpiper, Vermillion Flycatcher, Social Flycatcher, Kingbird, Yucatan Jay, Rufous Browed Peppershrike, Bobwhite, Yucatan Woodpecker, Yucatan Poorwill, Northern Pottoo, Jabiru, Sungrebe, Boat-billed Herons, Agami Herons, Banded Backed Wren, Tanagers, Yellow faced Grassquits, Rufous-capped Warblers, Acorn Woodpeckers, Yellow-backed Orioles, Golden-hooded Tanagers, Black headed Siskin, Orange-Breasted Falcon, King Vulture, Ornate Hawk, Eagle Black, White Hawk Eagle, Stygian Owl, Toddy-Motmot Slaty-tailed Trogon, Orange-breasted Falcon, Ocellated Turkey, Crested Guan, Ocellated Turkey, Pheasant Cuckoo, Yellow-bellied Tyranulet, Chestnut-collared Woodpecker, Red-lored Parrot, Mealy Parrot, Brown-hooded Parrot, Cinnamon Hummingbird, Whimbrel, Black Catbird, Bananaquit, Yucatan Vireo, Rufous-necked Woodrail, Magnificent Frigate-bird, Brown Pelican,


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Tours
Northern and Central Belize/ Caye Caulker and Tikal in Guatemala (8 days, 7 nights)
Tour starts every Tuesday and Saturday all year long

We are offering a 10% discount on tours booked in June as a father's day special on tours between now and April 2020!

Come join us in beautiful Belize. We love to share our birds and our beautiful countryside with our visitors. Belize being a small English speaking country with many habitats allows us to cover many areas and see plenty of species in a short time. We are sure you will have a great time with us and leave bird happy.


Day 1: ARRIVAL BELIZE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT / CROOKED TREE
After clearing immigration and customs you are met by your guide and travel the Northern Highway to Crooked tree village inside the wildlife sanctuary and check into your accommodations in time for dinner. There will be areas to stop for birding along the way.
Dinner & Overnight Bird's Eye View Lodge

Day 2: CROOKED TREE
We will spend most of the day birding on the Crooked Tree Reserve trails and along the lagoon side. Some of the birds we may see include Purple Gallinule, and array of Kingfishers, Snail kites, Savannah Vultures, Spotted Sandpipers, Solitary Sandpipers, Vermillion Flycatchers, Social flycatchers, Kingbirds, Yucatan Jay, Rufous browed Peppershrike, Bobwhites, Yucatan Woodpeckers and more.
Night tour in search of Yucatan poorwill, Northern Pottoos,Owls and more. Breakfast Lunch, Dinner & Overnight Bird's Eye View Lodge

Day 3: BIRIDNG BY BOAT/ CRYSTAL PARADISE
We will do early morning birding by boat on the lagoon of Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary. Water birds will be the main target with special emphasis on finding the Jabiru, Sungrebe, Boat-billed herons and Agami herons. Depart for Crystal Paradise after a late breakfast with and optional stop at the Belize Zoo and for lunch at one of the local restaurants.
We check into our accommodations at Crystal Paradise and are free to explore the grounds one of the few birds we can easily see as we arrive may include the lesson's motmot banded backed wren and an array of tanagers.
Lunch at Amigos on the road, Dinner and Overnight Crystal Paradise


DAY 4: MOUNTAIN PINE RIDGE/ SLATE CREEK CANYON
Early departure to the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve. Here we have the opportunity to see yellow faced Grassquits, Rufous-capped Warblers, Acorn Woodpeckers, Yellow-backed Orioles and Golden-hooded Tanagers. Black headed Siskins can often be seen flying in flocks. There is a strong possibility of seeing the orange-breasted falcons and king vultures by The 1,000 Ft. Falls (Hidden Valley).
We then make a visit to the slate creek canyon where we have seen the Lovely Cotinga 8 out of 10 trips other birds include Ornate hawk Eagle Black and White Hawk eagle and the Stygian Owl.
Breakfast, packed lunches, Dinner and overnight Crystal Paradise

DAY 5: CRYSTAL PARADISE/TIKAL
Travel 1 1/2 hr drive into neighboring Guatemala to visit a very important Maya site. Located in the Peten lowland of Guatemala, this huge Classic Period Maya site, rich in jungle flora and fauna, is considered one of the world's premier Archaeological Reserves. The park consists of 225+ square kilometers Guided tour of Tikal Maya site itself which offers great birding opportunities.
Some of the birds we hope to see include the Toddy-Motmot Slaty-tailed trogons, orange breasted falcons, Ocellated turkeys, Crested Guans and more. Breakfast at Crystal Paradise; Lunch, Dinner, & Overnight at Tikal Inn

DAY 6: BIRDING IN TIKAL/ CAYE CAULKER
We wake up early have some coffee and bird the immediate area of the lodge within the park as we look for Ocellated-turkeys, Pheasant Cuckoo, Yellow-bellied Tyranulet, Chestnut-collared Woodpeckers, Red-lored Parrots, Mealy Parrots, Brown-hooded and more. Leave Tikal after a late breakfast and transfer to Belize City optional stops along the way to bird and have lunch at a local restaurant.
Breakfast Tikal & Overnight Seaside cabanas or Pura Vida Inn in Caye Caulker.


DAY 7: CAYE CAULKER BIRDING- SNORKEL AT CORAL GARDENS
Pre-breakfast bird walk on the reserve there as we look for the Cinnamon Hummingbird, Whimbrels, Black Catbird, Bananaquit, Yucatan Vireos, Rufous-necked Woodrail and more. Magnificent Frigate-birds and Brown Pelicans are commonly seen flying over the sea.
Snorkeling tour departs at 10:30 to the Coral Gardens Reserve. Belize is home to the second largest barrier reef and is teeming with marine life. We can swim in crystal clear waters with the sharks and Rays as we enjoy the many colorful fishes, turtles and other marine life.
Overnight Seaside cabanas or Pura Vida Inn in Caye Caulker

DAY 8: CAYE CAULKER TO BELIZE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Boat transfer Caye Caulker to Belize City Marine terminal and a short drive to BZE Int'l airport. Getting you there two hours prior to your flight home after a fun filled birding vacation in Belize.


US$2,195.00 per person, double occupancy (Single Supplement US$2,619.00)
Includes: All transportation, tours, guides, park fees, lodging and meals as stated B,L,D. Breakfast Lunch and Dinners


We also have an Advance 10 Days Itinerary for the serious birders.


www.BirdingInBelize.com
Visit Belize and stay with us.




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