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Costa Rica ~ Quest for the Resplendent Quetzal

November 22, 2022 to December 02, 2022 — 10 days

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The amazing Resplendent Quetzal. Photo: Diego Quesada
Snowcap. Photo: Diego Quesada
Lesser Ground-Cuckoo. Photo: Diego Quesada
Keel-billed Toucan. Photo: Diego Quesada.
Costa Rican Pygmy-Owl. Photo: Diego Quesada
Green Honeycreeper. Photo: Diego Quesada.
Gray-necked Wood-Rail. Photo: Diego Quesada.
  • With over 920 species on its national bird list, this small Central American country provides birders with a number of endemic and regional endemic bird species.
  • We stay at renowned lodges, that are clean and comfortable, with fantastic birding and wildlife watching opportunities right outside your doorstep.
  • Grounds of lodges often have various flowers that attract a host of colorful hummingbird species, such as the Snowcap, the Rufous-tailed Hummingbird and the Black-bellied Hummingbird, to name just a few species.
  • Excellent chances to see Resplendent Quetzal at Los Quetzales National Park, perhaps the best place to see this species in the world.
  • Enjoy a boat trip through the mangroves on the Tarcoles River, where we will look for the tiny American Pygmy-Kingfisher, and the red-headed 'Mangrove' Yellow Warbler, among other waterbirds and shorebirds.

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