Panama is surely one paradise for amateur bird watchers, in fact, this country is home to more than 960 species of bird, some are endemic birds and other are migratory birds. Almost 220 species live in Boquete’s rainforests; they are ideal for bird watching, specially, because of the peculiar species, among which the resplendent quetzal stands out; venerated by the Aztecs and Mayans because, to them, it represented the god of heaven.
That is why the tour invites you to discover this and other rare and exotic birds along the trails of the clouded forest; among them, there are: the long-tailed silky-flycatcher (Ptiliogonys caudatus), barred becard (Pachyramphus versicolor), black-cheeked warbler (Basileuterus melanogenys), zeledonia, yellow-thighed finch (Pselliophorus tibialis), black guan (Chamaepetes unicolor), crested eagle (Morphnus guianensis), bare-throated bellbird (Procnias nudicollis), sulphur-winged parakeet (Pyrrhura hoffmanni), and several types of hummingbirds.
DURATION: Approximately 4 hours.
GUIDE: Spanish/English speaker guide.
INCLUDED: Transfer and tour.
RECOMMENDED OUTFIT: Comfortable clothes and shoes, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, and repellent.