Birding in Colombia
Colombia Birdwatch offer more than just a birding or nature tour, they offer an immersion into Colombian lifestyle, not only showcasing the wealth of bird species but also highlighting the culinary specialties and way of life of each region they visit. Based in Cali, one of Colombia’s most strategically situated cities for access to the most fascinating and diverse birding locales on the planet, Colombia Birdwatch seek to provide an unsurpassed birdwatching experience for birders and naturalists from around the world.
Colombia Birdwatch stand out as a specialist birdwatching tour operator because, as locals they provide exceptional value, they know Colombia, its birds, birding areas, customs, culture and gastronomy while their privileged local access will make your experience exclusive and unforgettable.
Colombia Birdwatch tours are accompanied by one or more professional tour leaders to ensure a successful trip, and only employ local guides at every destination they visit. As a specialist local birding operator they offer set-departure dates throughout the year, concentrating on the most productive and unique birding destinations in this mega-diverse country. The group size is the lowest in the industry, with a maximum of 8 birders per group. This allows for a more personal experience and allows Colombia Birdwatch fulfilling their goal of getting every person on every bird!
Birdwatch Colombia also offer custom tours to ANY destination in Colombia and we will design and quote your dream birding holiday free of charge with no commitment necessary!
Araucana Lodge & Anchicaya Nature Camp
Santa Marta Mountains and Caribbean
Araucana Lodge Tour
Where Birds Dance
For more Birding in Colombia tours visit the Colombia Birdwatch website
Please note the Colombia Birdwatch reserves the right to change listed pricing anytime at their discretion. Please contact them directly to confirm.
Santa Marta Screech-owl
Other Colombian Wildlife
Andean-cock-of-the-rock, Apical Flycatcher, Barred Fruiteater, Bat Falcon, Bearded Helmetcrest, Bicolored Antpitta, Black-and-gold Tanager, Black-crested Antshrike, Black-crowned antshrike, Blossomcrown, Blue-naped Chlorophonia, Brown Inca, Brown-banded Antpitta, Buff-breasted Mountain-tanager, Chesnut-eared Aracari, Chestnut Woodpecker, Chestnut-bellied Flowerpiercer, Chestnut-crowned Antpitta, Chestnut-winged Chachalaca, Coppery-chested Jacamar, Crested Quetzal, Crimson-rumped Toucanet, Double-striped Thick, Fasciated Heron, Golden-plumed Parakeet, Gold-ringed Tanager, Great Saphirewing, Green and Black Fruiteater, Green-rumped Parrotlet, Masked Mountain Tanager, Northern Screamer, Orange-breasted Fruiteater, Orange-eared Tanager, Orinoco Saltator, Pale-naped brush finch, Paradise Tanager, Pied Puffbird, Red-ruffed Fruitcrow, Rufous Antpitta, Rufous Spinetail, Rufous-breasted Flycatcher, Russet-Throated Puffbird, Santa Marta Antpitta, Santa Marta Brush-finch, Santa Marta Mountain Tanager, Santa Marta Warbler, Scarlet-Bellied Mountain Tanager, Silver-throated Tanager, Spectacled Parrotlet, Subtropical Doradito, Tawny Antpitta, Torrent Duck, Vermilion Cardinal, Violaceous Jay, Violet-crowned Woodnymph, White-bearded Manakin, White-fringed Antwren, White-tailed Trogon, White-Tipped Quetzal, Whooping Motmot, Yellow-throated Tanager
At Colombia Birdwatch, they realise that conservation and stewardship of Colombia’s biodiversity depends largely on the participation of local communities, so community involvement is emphasised throughout their tours.
They work closely with non-profit organizations throughout Colombia whose mission is to promote conservation, environmental education, and responsible ecotourism to benefit the local communities visited.