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Exotic Bird watching package

5 Days - 4 Nights
Scarlet Macaws Western Belize is truly a "birder's paradise". It is home to some 540 species of birds. Over 200 species migrate back and forth annually. More than 40% of Belize is designated as protected areas which makes it a haven for exotic birds. It's the perfect destination to search out the magnificent jabiru stork, the colorful & majestic Toucan, ornate hawk-eagle and blue-crowned motmot, scarlet macaws… and so many more.

We can arrange all-inclusive packages with knowledgeable local guides with a keen eye to spot the unnoticeable.

Day 1
Meet and greet at Belize City international airport by Yute Expeditions driver for a 90 minute drive to your jungle resort in the beautiful & pristine jungle of the Cayo District. Enjoy a wonderful Belizean dinner at your hotel, be sure to get a good night's rest because the adventure begins at 6:00 am

Day 2
On the second day Travel to the unspoiled ruins of El Pilar which is located on the border of Guatemala and Belize then travel to Laguna Aguacate, a freshwater lagoon in the Spanish Lookout area, which is home to a wide variety of water birds. The surrounding farmlands provide excellent habitat for several species of raptors.

Day 3
On your third day journey across into Guatemala's world famous Tikal Mayan Ruins as your experienced Yute Expeditions tour guide orientate you on what to expect from today's Tikal bird watching tour.

Harpy Eagle The Tikal National Park is home to 410 registered species, according to Randell A. Beavers, who published the most recent Tikal Bird Checklist in 1992. To the not modest list of resident bird species, 50 migrants may be added during the cold winter months in North America, when many beautiful songbirds make Tikal their winter residence. In this section, you may find suggested bibliography for your birding trip in Tikal, along with our own checklist- by no means as complete as the one found in Beavers' book, and an article on migrant species, which we believe will be of interest. In addition to what is contained in this section. Birding with our guide will give you the chance to learn more about a number of species, your guide will know exactly where they may be seen. Going with a professional birder will enhance your experience, knowing exactly where to find nests and feeding grounds within the park's perimeter. In this section we have included a list of the birds most commonly sighted at Tikal.

Day 4
On day four depart for Jaguar Preserve for an overnight of your bird watching adventure as we travel to the southern district of Belize (Stann Creek District.) Our journey will take us through the breathtaking and scenic route of the humming bird highway as we make our way to the world's largest Jaguar Preserve in the Cockscomb Basin. Extravagant waterfalls and towering mountains are only the spoils of this bird watcher's paradise.

Day 5
On the fifth day we travel to your next destination, by land, air or water… your choice, or we can travel back to the Belize International Airport for your departure back home.

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