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Magdalena Valley & Atlantic Coast Colombia Birding Tour - 16 Days

Magdalena Valley & Atlantic Coast Colombia Birding Tour
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Colombia Birding Tour in Magdalena Valley & Atlantic Coast

This 16-day Magdalena Valley & Atlantic Coast Colombia Birding Tour is a moderately-paced trip available on request and is one of our most popular birding tours.  This tour is focused on the endemic and almost endemic birds of Colombia where you can expect to see over 550 species of bird, including 47 endemic species and 28 almost-endemic species.

The Magdalena Valley offers the perfect habitat for birds before we move on to visit the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, one of the world’s hot spots for endemic species, which will increase your list of birds and increase the opportunity of seeing amazing species.

To the north, the Magdalena River flows into the Caribbean sea revealing one of the unique nature marvels of Colombian geography and one of the areas with the highest bird endemism in the Neotropical area: The Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta. This impetuous mountain is a unique paradise, which has evolved isolated from the Andes with an altitudinal range that goes from sea level to the highest peaks in the country at 5775 m and with at least 17 endemic species and many threatened ones.

The north base of La Sierra is one of the driest areas of the country and constitutes the Guajira peninsula. Dominated by shrubs and low vegetation is home to a particular cluster of specialized fauna and a unique community of birds adapted to these environments.

This is the holy grail of endemic birds and the place where the Peninsula of Guajira and the Mangroves of the Caribbean host over 550 possible bird species available to be found while you enjoy the magical valleys, mountains, and dreamy beaches of this beautiful and mega-diverse country.

You will visit other fantastic ecosystems such as the Guajira peninsula where you will see birds particularly of Colombia’s dry forest; there is also a series of visits to famous bird reserves where birds such as Cerulean Warbler are found and where migratory birds come to the feast.

Magdalena Valley & Atlantic Coast Tour Highlights include:

  • The coffee and cocoa of San Vicente de Chucurí are the greatest things since sliced bread. Definitely one of the best in the country, and you will tell so!
  • Birding in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta is one of the hotspots for endemisms in the Neotropics and the Magdalena River basin, the most important in the interior of the country.
  • We will be delight by the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets in the mountains.
  • Be pleased with the indigenous cultural expressions of northern Colombia (Wayuus, Arhuacos, Kogis, and Kankuamos).
  • We will observe some cultural expressions of northern Colombia (Wayuus, Arhuacos, Kogis, Kankuamos).

If you are interested in a slightly longer and extensive birding experience, see what the Colombia Birding Endemic Part 1 Tour has to provide.

Alternative Tour Name: Magdalena Valley & Atlantic Coast
Day 1
Day 1 - Arrival to Bogota

Arrival to Bogota, Colombia – El Dorado International Airport HOTEL REAL ESTACION http://www.realestacion.com/

Day 2
Day 2 - Chingaza National Park, la Calera Hummingbird Garden

We will visit the Chingaza National Park early in the morning all day, we will take the breakfast and the lunch in the field and we are focus in a many important birds this day as to Brown-breasted Parakeet, Silvery-throated Spinetail, Blue-throated Starfrontlet, Matorral Tapaculo, Golden-fronted Whitestart, Coopery-bellied Puffleg, Rufous-browed Conebill, Purple-backed Thronbill, Paramo Seedeater, Plush-capped Finch, Pale-naped Brush-Finch, Smoky Bush-Tyrant, Black-billed Mountain Toucan, Black-headed Hemispingus and many more. In the afternoon we will come back to Bogota. HOTEL REAL ESTACION http://www.realestacion.com/

Day 3
Day 3 - Bogota – La Florida – Tabacal – Libano

Today we will visit three very special places close to Bogota. Firstly, La Florida Park, which has a wetland ecosystem and here we will look for some important birds such as Bogota Rail, Apolinar Marsh Wren, Silvery throated Spinetail, Noble Snipe, Subtropical Doradito and more. After La Florida, we will visit the “Jardin Encantado” a hummingbird sanctuary in San Francisco. Here we will can see up to 16 different species of hummingbirds such as Indigo-capped Hummingbird, Gorgeted Woodstar and White- bellied Woodstar.

Finally, we will visit Laguna El Tabacal, a lovely area of secondary forest with very interesting birds such as Rusty-breasted Antpitta, Rosy thrush Tanager, Grey throated Warbler, Stripe- breasted Spinetail and more. At the end of the day, we will transfer to Libano Village where we will spend the night.

HOTEL CALE REAL DEL LIBANO http://hotelcallerealdellibano.blogspot.com.co/

Day 4
Day 4 - Libano Forest, Laguna del Hato - Mariquita

We will search some birds in the coffee plantations and secondary forest of Libano village, in the afternoon we will visit the dry forest and fields of Laguna del Hato in where we will can find many birds.

Some interesting birds of this day are Tolima Dove, Yellow-headed Brush-Finch Black headed Brush-Finch, Crested Ant-Tanager, Black-headed Brush-Finch, Violet-crowned Woodnymph, Andean Emerald, Bronzy Inca, Squirrel Cuckoo, Moustached Puffbird, Emerald Toucanet, Azara’s Spinetail, Montane Foliage-gleaner, Bar-crested Antshrike, Golden-winged Manakin, Golden-faced Tyrannulet, Dusky-capped Flycatcher, Mountain Elaenia, Whiskered Wren, Rufous-naped Greenlet, Crimson-backed Tanager, Golden and Bay-headed tanager, Black-winged Saltator, Velvet-fronted Euphonia, Apical Flycatcher, Pearl Kite, Ruddy Ground-Dove, Common Ground-Dove, Yellow-crowned Parrot, Dwarf Cuckoo, White-collared Swift, Short-tailed Swift, Barred Puffbird, Western Slaty-Antshrike, White-fringed Antwren, Jet Antbird, Vermilion Flycatcher, Fork-tailed Flycatcher, Panama Flycatcher, Scrub Greenlet, Pale-breasted thrush, Buff-breasted Wren, Rufous-capped Warbler, Buff-rumped Warbler, White-eared Conebill, Plain-colored Tanager, Grassland Sparrow, Slate coloured, Ruddy-breasted, Gray, and Yellow-bellied Seedeater, Blue-black Grassquit, and much more. In the afternoon we will transfer to Mariquita Village in where we will stay in a nice vocational hotel.

HOTEL CASA QUINTA VACACIONAL http://www.quintalaermita.com/

Day 5
Day 5 - Bellavista – Rio Claro

This morning we will visit the Bellavista Nature Reserve, which is a small but really nice reserve in the Caldas department not far away. In the afternoon we will transfer to Canon del Rio Claro in the Rio Claro Nature Reserve, which is about a 3-4 hour drive but we will stop at various points along the road to see interesting birds, which will include;

White-mantled Barbet, Beautiful Woodpecker, Antioquia Bristle-Tyrant, Sooty Ant-Tanager, Tody Motmot, Cocoa and Streak-headed Woodcreeper, Red-billed Scythebill, Streaked Flycatcher, Ochre-bellied Flycatcher, Striped Manakin, White-bearded Manakin, Golden-hooded Tanager, Black-faced Dacnis, Streaked and Buff-throated Saltator, Yellow-bellied Seedeater, Black-bellied Whistling-Duck, Great and Snowy Egret, Little Blue Heron, Cocoi Heron, Bare-faced Ibis, Wood Stork, Jabiru, Northern Screamer Roadside Hawk, Pearl Kite, Yellow-headed Caracara, American Kestrel, Large-billed Tern, and Black, Yellow-chinned Spinetail, White-headed Marsh-Tyrant, Pied Water-Tyrant, and White-winged Swallow.

RIO CLARO NATURE RESERVE http://www.rioclaroelrefugio.com/

Day 6
Days 6 & 7 - Rio Claro Nature Reserve

We will bird all day Rio Claro Nature Reserve where you will enjoy the incredible tropical forest and amazing biodiversity. Some birds that are possible to see in this location are White-mantled Barbet, Sooty-ant Tanager, Colombia Chachalaca, Beautiful Woodpecker, Citron-throated Toucan, Black-bellied Wren, Scrub Tanager, Black-headed Tody-Flycatcher, Marble Wood-Quail, Chestnut-backed Antbird, Stripe-throated Hermit, Ruby Topaz, Dull-mantled Antbird, Purple-crowned Fairy, Western White-tailed Trogon, Pied Puffbird, Barred Puffbird, White-whiskered Puffbird, Cinnamon Woodpecker, Jet Antbird, Pacific Antwren, Brown-capped Tyrannulet, Southern Bentbill, Long-tailed Tyrant, Rufous Piha, Blue Cotinga, Yellow-browed Shrike-Vireo, Black-chested Jay, Rufous Wren, Scarlet-browned Tanager, Plain-coloured Tanager, Golden-hooded Tanager, White-ear Conebill, Slate-coloured Seedeater, Thick-billed Seed Finch, Large-bellied Seed Finch, Orange-crowned Oriole, Fulvous-vented Euphonia and so much more. We will spend two more nights within the RIO CLARO NATURE RESERVE.

RIO CLARO NATURE RESERVE http://www.rioclaroelrefugio.com/

Day 7
Day 8 - Rio Claro Reserve – Cerulean Warbler Bird Reserve

We will leave in the morning to San Vicente de Chucuri Town, a small town in the mountains where the Cerulean Warbler Reserve is located. This is a great reserve that protects many migratory birds, as well as endemic and endangered species. The journey will take approximately 6-7 hours and on the way we will make many stops to look for birds and during the afternoon we will change cars for a 4x4 Pick-up to go up at the Reserve.

QUINTA TIBIGARO HOTEL - https://hotelquintatibigaro.com/

Day 8
Day 9 - Cerulean Warbler Bird Reserve

We will bird all day in the forests of the Yariguies National Nature Park and Cerulean Warbler Reserve, searching for many interesting species such as Gorgeted Wood Quail, Black Inca, White-mantled Barbet, Parker’s Antbird, Upper Magdalena Tapaculo, Colombia Mountain Grackle, Long-tailed Tapaculo, Andean Emerald, Highland Tinamou, Moustached Puffbird, Red-headed Barbet, Crimson-rumped Toucanet, Spotted Barbtail, White-bellied Antpitta, Ochre-breasted Antpitta, Yellow-throated Spadebill, White-throated Spadebill, Green and black Fruiteater, Pavonine Cuckoo, Golden-wing Manakin, Rufous-naped Brush Finch and more. We will spend a second night in San Vicente de Chucuri

QUINTA TIBIGARO HOTEL - https://hotelquintatibigaro.com/

Day 9
Day 10 - Cerulean Warbler Bird Reserve - Recurved-billed Bushbird Reserve - Ocana

The morning will be spent birding around around the coffee plantations within the Reserve, before transferring to Ocaña, the closest town to the Recurved-billed Bushbird Reserve.

This small reserve of unique subtropical dry cloud forest is owned ProAves and is the best site to see this spectacular Bird, locally known as Hormiguero de Torcoroma, which is fairly common here. The reserve has a network of excellent trails and some other interesting birds we will look for today are Yellow-browned Shrike-Vireo, Rough-legged Tyrannulet, Bicoloured Wren, Band-backed Wren, Chestnut-bellied Hummingbird, Beautiful Woodpecker, Turquoise Dacnis, Indigo-capped Hummingbird, Rufous-naped Greenlet, Niceforo´s Wren, Bar-crested Antshrike and more.

HOTEL TARIGUA DE OCAÑA http://www.hoteltarigua.com/

Day 10
Day 11 - Recurved-billed Bushbird Reserve

We will search for birds all day within the bamboo and secondary forests of the Reserve. The focus species for today day are of course Recurved-billed Bushbird, as well as Grey-throated Warbler, Streak Spinetail, Black-fronted Wood-Quail, Lined Quail-Dove, Long-tailed Antbird, Chestnut-bellied Thrust, Orange-billed Nightingale-thrust, Mustached Brush Finch (NE), White-bibbed Manakin (NE), Band tailed Guan (NE), Chestnut-capped Brush Finch, Lazuline Sabrewing, Black-headed Tanager, Burnished-buff Tanager, Speckled Tanager, Yellow-legged Thrush, Moustached Puffbird, Yellow-bellied Siskin, Cliff Flycatcher and others. In the evening we will return to Ocana for a night at the HOTEL TARIGUA DE OCAÑA.

HOTEL TARIGUA DE OCAÑA http://www.hoteltarigua.com/

Day 11
Day 12 - Ocana - Riohacha

We will leave very early in the morning for the transfer to Riohacha in the Guajira, which will take about 7 hours. On the way we will stop in a dry forest area to search for some interesting birds, such as Hooded Tanager, Crested Bobwhite, Double-striped Thick-Knee, Red Siskin (difficult and uncertainly records), Striped-back Wren and others.

HOTEL BARBACOA http://www.barbacoahotel.com/

Day 12
Day 13 - Riohacha – Los Flamencos Nat. Park – Minca

The whole morning will be spent searching for very special and different species in the Los Flamencos National Park.

Then later in the afternoon, we will transfer to El Dorado Nature Reserve in the Santa Marta Mountains. Some of the species that we might possibly find today are White-whiskered Spinetail, Vermilion Cardinal, Harris’s Hawk, Common Black-Hawk, Pearl Kite, Aplomado Falcon, American Kestrel, Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl, Bare-eyed Pigeon, Common and Ruddy ground-dove, Brown-throated and Blue-crowned parakeet, Green-rumped Parrotlet, Burrowing Owl, Red-billed Emerald, Buffy Hummingbird, Rufous-tailed Jacamar, Blue-crowned Motmot, Russet-throated Puffbird, Chestnut Piculet, Red-crowned Woodpecker, Straight-billed Woodcreeper, Caribbean Hornero, Pale-breasted Spinetail, Black-crested and Black-backed Antshrike, White-fringed Antwren, Northern Scrub-Flycatcher, Southern Beardless-Tyrannulet, Slender-billed Tyrannulet, Pale-eyed Pygmy-Tyrant, Pearly-vented Tody-Tyrant, Vermilion Flycatcher, Brown-crested and Venezuelan flycatcher, Streaked Flycatcher, Social Flycatcher, Bicolored Wren, Black-chested Jay, Tropical Gnatcatcher, Tropical Mockingbird, Scrub Greenlet, Blue-gray and Glaucous tanager, Tocuyo sparrow, Black-faced Grassquit, Pileated Finch, Grayish, Buff-throated and Orinocan Saltator, Saffron Finch, and Yellow Oriole.

MINCA HOTEL http://www.hotelminca.com/

Day 13
Day 14 - San Lorenzo Ridge and El Dorado Nature Reserve

We will search for birds all day in the San Lorenzo Ridge area of El Dorado Natural Reserve, where we should find many endemics in this special bird hotspot.

Some of the possible birds are Santa Marta Parakeet, Santa Marta Screech-Owl, White-tailed Starfrontlet, Santa Marta(Tyrian) Metaltail, Santa Marta Woodstar, Rusty-headed Spinetail, Santa Marta Antpitta, Santa Marta Tapaculo, Brown-rumped Tapaculo, Santa Marta Bush-Tyrant, Yellow-crowned Redstart, White-lored Warbler, Santa Marta Warbler, Santa Marta (Black-cheeked) Mountain-Tanager, and Santa Marta Brush-Finch, Black-backed Thornbill, Santa Marta Sabrewing, Sierra Nevada Brush-Finch, Santa Marta Foliage-gleaner, Streak-capped Spinetail, Coppery Emerald, Blossomcrown, White-rumped Hawk, Band-tailed Guan, Sickle-winged Guan, Black-fronted Wood-Quail, Band-tailed Pigeon, Scarlet-fronted Parakeet, Red-billed Parrot, White-tipped Quetzal, Masked Trogon, Golden-olive Woodpecker, Yellow-billed (Groove-billed) Toucanet, Emerald Toucanet, Montane Foliage-gleaner, Spotted Barbtail, Streaked Xenops, Gray-throated Leaftosser, Strong-billed Woodcreeper, Rusty-breasted Antpitta, Rufous Antpitta, Mountain Elaenia, Black-capped Tyrannulet, Venezuelan and White-throated tyrannulet, Olive-striped Flycatcher, Black-throated Tody-Tyrant, Cinnamon Flycatcher, Yellow-bellied Chat-Tyrant, Golden-breasted Fruiteater, Gray-breasted Wood-Wren, Orange-billed and Slaty-backed Nightingale-thrush, Great Thrush, Black-hooded Thrush, Slate-throated Redstart, Three-striped Warbler, White-sided Flowerpiercer, Blue-naped Chlorophonia and others. We will spend a second night within the Reserve.

NIGHT IN EL DORADO NATURAL RESERVE / http://www.eldoradoreserve.org/en/

Day 14
Day 15 - San Lorenzo Ridge and El Dorado Nature Reserve

Today we will look for birds in the medium elevations and Minca location and your beautiful humid tropical forest all day.

Some of the birds that we might find are Black Hawk-Eagle, Crested Bobwhite, Military Macaw, Scarlet-fronted and Orange-chinned parakeet, Red-billed Parrot, White-tipped Dove, Lined Quail-Dove (voice), White-collared and Chestnut-collared swift, Blue-fronted Lancebill, Green Violetear, Brown Violetear, Coppery Emerald, White-vented Plumeleteer, Blossomcrown, Steely-vented Hummingbird, Collared Aracari, Keel-billed Toucan, Golden-olive, Lineated and Crimson-crested woodpecker, Santa Marta Foliage-gleaner (endemic), Black-backed Antshrike, Long-tailed Antbird, Greenish and Forest Elaenia, Yellow-olive and Ochre-faced (Yellow-breasted) flycatcher, Ochre-bellied Flycatcher, Black-headed Tody-Flycatcher, Social and Piratic flycatcher, Cinereous, Cinnamon and White-winged becard, Masked Tityra, Rufous-breasted and Rufous-and-white wren, Yellow-legged, Black-hooded, Pale-breasted, and Black-billed thrush, Black-chested Jay, Golden-fronted Greenlet, Brown-capped Vireo, Orange-billed Nightingale-Thrush (at least a voice), Red-legged and Purple honeycreeper, Blue Dacnis, Rusty Flowerpiercer, Bay-headed, Black-headed, Black-capped, Blue-gray, Palm, White-lined and Crimson-backed tanager, Streaked and Grayish saltator, Golden-winged Sparrow, Yellow-bellied Seedeater, Yellow-backed Oriole, Crested Oropendola and Thick-billed Euphonia. During the northern winter months these foothills also harbour a good number of North American breeding migrants including Swainson’s Thrush, Yellow-throated Vireo, Tennessee, Golden-winged, Cerulean, Blackburnian, and Black-throated Green warbler, Rose-breasted Grosbeak and Summer Tanager. We will spend a third night within the Reserve.

NIGHT IN EL DORADO NATURAL RESERVE / http://www.eldoradoreserve.org/en/

Day 15
Day 16 - Santa Marta – Bogota

A last morning of birding close to the cabins, with an opportunity to find species not already spotted. We will travel to Bogota to end the tour.

HOTEL REAL ESTACION http://www.realestacion.com/

Day 16
Day 17 - Flight to home

Wildlife species expected to see:

Brown-breasted Parakeet, Silvery-throated Spinetail, Blue-throated Starfrontlet, Matorral Tapaculo, Golden-fronted Whitestart, Coopery-bellied Puffleg, Rufous-browed Conebill, Purple-backed Thronbill, Paramo Seedeater, Plush-capped Finch, Pale-naped Brush-Finch, Smoky Bush-Tyrant, Black-billed Mountain-Toucan, Black-headed Hemispingus, Tolima Dove, Yellow-headed Brush-Finch Black headed Brush-Finch, Crested Ant-Tanager, Black-headed Brush-Finch, Violet-crowned Woodnymph, Andean Emerald, Bronzy Inca, Squirrel Cuckoo, Moustached Puffbird, Emerald Toucanet, Azara’s Spinetail, Montane Foliage-gleaner, Bar-crested Antshrike, Golden-winged Manakin, Golden-faced Tyrannulet, Dusky-capped Flycatcher, Mountain Elaenia, Whiskered Wren, Rufous-naped Greenlet, Crimson-backed Tanager, Golden and Bay-headed tanager, Black-winged Saltator, Velvet-fronted Euphonia, Apical Flycatcher, Pearl Kite, Ruddy Ground-Dove, Common Ground-Dove, Yellow-crowned Parrot, Dwarf Cuckoo, White-collared Swift, Short-tailed Swift, Barred Puffbird, Western Slaty-Antshrike, White-fringed Antwren, Jet Antbird, Vermilion Flycatcher, Fork-tailed Flycatcher, Panama Flycatcher, Scrub Greenlet, Pale-breasted thrush, Buff-breasted Wren, Rufous-capped Warbler, Buff-rumped Warbler, White-eared Conebill, Plain-colored Tanager, Grassland Sparrow, Slate coloured, Ruddy-breasted, Gray, and Yellow-bellied Seedeater, Blue-black Grassquit, White-mantled Barbet, Sooty-ant Tanager, Colombia Chachalaca, Beautiful Woodpecker, Citron-throated Toucan, Black-bellied Wren, Scrub Tanager, Black-headed Tody-Flycatcher, Marble Wood-Quail, Chestnut-backed Antbird, Stripe-throated Hermit, Ruby Topaz, Dull-mantled Antbird, Purple-crowned Fairy, Western White-tailed Trogon, Pied Puffbird, Barred Puffbird, White-whiskered Puffbird, Cinnamon Woodpecker, Jet Antbird, Pacific Antwren, Brown-capped Tyrannulet, Southern Bentbill, Long-tailed Tyrant, Rufous Piha, Blue Cotinga, Yellow-browed Shrike-Vireo, Black-chested Jay, Rufous Wren, Scarlet-browned Tanager, Plain-coloured Tanager, Golden-hooded Tanager, White-ear Conebill, Slate-coloured Seedeater, Thick-billed Seed Finch, Large-bellied Seed Finch, Orange-crowned Oriole, Fulvous-vented Euphonia

What is included?

  • All Domestic flights
  • Private transport in good modern air-conditioned vehicles and in 4x4 jeeps where necessary
  • Accommodation in hotels and nature reserves as described (All rooms have en-suite bathrooms)
  • All Meals - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner in all locations with a la carte menu in restaurants, 2 snacks daily that include bottle water, fruit, etc (Just one beer, soda, bottle water or juice included with meals and additional drinks may be purchased)
  • All tours and activities as described with entrance fees included
  • Professional birding guides at all bird destinations and bird reserves
  • Bilingual Tour leader will accompany group during the whole tour of 16 days Bogota-Bogota
  • - 24 hour assistance of local agents during the whole tour

What is not included?

  • International Flights and taxes
  • Travel Insurance
  • Toiletries
  • Laundry Service
  • Room service
  • Tips or gratuity
  • Medical Expenses
  • Beer except one beer at lunch or dinner
  • International or local Phone Calls
  • Activities not included in the itinerary
  • Extensions of a trip due to circumstances beyond our control
  • Anything that is not included in "What is included"

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Why book with Manakin Nature Tours?

We are one of the companies with the most experience and trajectory in birdwatching tourism in Colombia, we were pioneers as a Colombian agency operating professional bird tours and our learning was done with large operating companies worldwide, with which we are very committed to the quality of service and the satisfaction of our clients. We have currently expanded our portfolio to other Latin American countries, which strengthens our operational and service capacity. We are not only a company that does bird and wildlife observation tourism, we are also committed to the conservation of nature, environmental education, scientific research and the social and economic development of the communities with which we work, we think that tourism It must be a nature-friendly development alternative for everyone and we support this idea with many programs that we have other than tourism.

What are your group sizes?

The maximum size of a group is 10 people and the ideal is 8 people, however, for groups of friends or special groups we can make exceptions of up to 14 people using 2 professional guides in our operation.

How do you support local communities during this tour?

We always try to hire services from the communities in all the places we visit when they are available; We want the entire value chain to benefit and for everyone to benefit from tourism and see in it, an economic alternative that leads to the conservation of nature. In this way, we also hire our professional guides, local guides, community restaurants, rural accommodation, rural transport, logistics services from community organizations or local NGOs, etc. We also have some programs such as Manakin Birding Club, where we support with equipment such as binoculars, laptops, books, etc., ecological groups of children and young people to continue with their education and conservation activities in their regions, an initiative that has been very successful in recent years and with which dozens of binoculars have been delivered to children in many parts of the country.

Do you provide travel and/or medical insurance (incl. repatriation)?

Yes, we have an event insurance that we include in all our packages with the company Colombia Colasistencia, this insurance covers considerable amounts in terms of accidents, illnesses, injuries, death, repatriation, among others; We also have an agreement with the Global Rescue company with which you can purchase much more complete travel insurance at a lower price than normally offered if you decide to travel with us.

What happens if I need to change my trip?

We try to be very flexible with our cancellation policies and even more so with the current situation of COVID, changes in trips and conditions will be associated with the time with which the cancellation or change is made, if you decide to cancel your travel a few days before the tour, we will refund your money with the exception of expenses that cannot be reimbursed such as air tickets or hotels with strict cancellation policies, or we can simply postpone the trip to a new date during the following year, this may be subject to changes in accommodation prices or penalties in change of dates on national air tickets.

Can you recommend any articles and/or books to read before this trip?

Yes, John Kricher's Neotropical Companion book that you can download in Spanish here http://www.aba.org/aneotropicalcompanion.pdf and Birds of Tropical America: A Watcher's Introduction to Behavior, Breeding, and Diversity by Steven Hilty . Also acquire some of the new Colombian bird guides from Steve Hilty, Miles McMullan or Fernando Ayerbe.

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  • Bogota
  • On Request
  • Multi-Day Tour
  • Birds
  • 4 to 8px
  • 16 days
  • Nov - Jan
  • + 15 years
  • Moderate
  • English, Spanish
  • El Dorado International Airport
  • El Dorado International Airport
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