Carara National Park Birding Tour
Birdwatchers rave about the Carara National Park area because as the convergence point of two distinctive bio-zones, it bird population diversity is significant. Each zone hosts a stunning variety of birds, including one of the largest remaining wild populations of Scarlet Macaws in Costa Rica. Your Greentique Certified Guide will lead you through the national park, a transitional rainforest between the dry North Pacific Coast and the wet South Pacific Coast. Besides the impressive array bird species, youíll also be spotting White-throated Capuchin, Spider and Howler monkeys, sloths, and dozens of other plant and animal species.
Birdwatchers rave about the Carara National Park area, because itís comprised of two distinctive bio-zones, each hosting a variety of birds, including one of the largest remaining wild populations of Scarlet Macaws in Costa Rica. The national park is located in a transitional rainforest between the dry North Pacific Coast and the very wet South Pacific Coast. Carara therefore features plant and animal species from both zones. There are a variety of humid tropical orchids, insects, mammals and birds that can be spotted in Carara. Some of these species are native only to the Central Pacific Coast region. Our professional guide will lead you through this spectacular primary rainforest reserve on a non-strenuous 2.5 Ė 3 hour guided hike. The guides regularly spot White- throated Capuchin and Howler monkeys, Scarlet Macaws or Lapas, Sloths and dozens of other plant and animal species.Includes:
Bilingual guide, transportation, entry fees and lunch.
Departs from: Hotelís Front Desk 6:15 a.m. (aprox. two hour travel time to park)
Duration: Full day.
Recommended: Comfortable hiking shoes, camera with long lens, binoculars, sun block and extra clothes.
Minimum age: 6 years. / Ages: 6 to 12 Ė Half rate.
Minimum: 3 adults.