The Tumbesian Endemic Bird Area (EBA) lies in west Ecuador and north-west Peru, a bio-region boasting diverse species of bird. This 16-day birdwatching tour covers a variety of habitats, from the coastal region, mangrove ecosystems to swamps, deserts, arid scrub, deciduous forests, rainforests, mountain cloudforests, high altitude elfin forests, and páramo. During your journey through some of Ecuador's most stunning natural landscapes, you'll get the chance to see almost all the birds endemic and rare to the Tumbesian region of western Ecuador, as well as a number of Andean species. Perfect for nature, hiking, and birding lovers alike!
Day 1: Exploring Copalinga Day 2: The Rainforests Of Buenaventura Day 3: The Trails Of The Reserve Day 4: Another Day Of Birding Day 5: Podocarpus National Park Day 6: The Cloud-Forest Pygmy-Owl Day 7: Back To Quito - Departure Day 8: Endemics Species En-Route To Cuenca Day 9: Welcome To Guayaquil Day 10: Heading South Of Shuar Day 11: Cajas National Park Day 12: Churute, The Mangrove Reserve Day 13: Yankuam's Incredible Lowland Species Day 14: Birds Of The Mountain Day 15: Direction: East
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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