Honduras Tropical Birding Tours
Beaks and Peaks is an ethically and ecologically responsible birding and adventure tour company based in Honduras, in the heart of Central America who organise Honduras tours for wildlife enthusiasts. Sustainability, authenticity and diversity are the core values of their company. They strive to offer unique Birding Honduras experiences, whilst always contributing to the protection and conservation of Honduras’ amazing flora and fauna, and to the development of the local people.
At Beaks and Peaks, they make it their mission to reveal Honduras’ stunning, vibrant true colours to all those who are looking for a truly authentic tropical birding experiences in one of the world’s most bio diverse and pristine areas. What better way to experience this beauty than by spotting colourful exotic birds, hiking through virgin cloud forests or listening to the enthralling stories of the local people?
Beaks & Peaks offer an array of Honduras tours to choose from. You can also contact them with your wish list of birds, activities, areas of interest or birding Honduras tours so they can tailor a trip just for you. Beaks and Peaks can take care of everything, from the minute you arrive until the moment you leave. All you have to do is relax and embrace Honduras’ the enchanting beauty and rich tropical birding on offer.
Honduras’ Birding Highlights
Ultimate Jungle Birding
Hummingbird Quest Photography
Please note the Beaks and Peaks reserves the right to change listed pricing anytime at their discretion. Please contact them directly to confirm.
Beaks and Peaks support a number of conservation and development projects in Honduras by including those programmes into their wildlife tours.
One of the projects they work with is La Fuente de Vida, an ecotourism and conservation project in the Santa Bárbara mountains near Lake Yojoa. It is aimed at providing the local communities with an alternative source of income based on ecotourism so they no longer solely depend on coffee production and can start protecting the mountain forests instead of cutting it down for coffee growing. The communities offer several trip packages, serve food, offer accommodation and have created trails to show visitors the natural beauty of their local environment.
Another project Beaks and Peaks support is the Hospitality Training from Casa Hotel Celaque. The hotel works together with the local Vida Abundante college to teach youngsters the ins and outs of hospitality and tourism so they can create a future for themselves in this promising new sector for Honduras.
Furthermore, they work with birdwatching clubs such as the Tanunas from Gracias in order to show children and youngsters the importance and beauty of their environment, and hope that some of them may even take an interest in guiding themselves to pass on the legacy.
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