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Volcán Barú expedition: mountain birds and landscapes

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3 Days 2 Nights
Availability : February – September
Your hotel in Panama City
Your hotel in Panama City
Max People : 6 por guía
Details

This tour will take you to the summit of Volcán Barú, the highest point in Panama at 3,477 meters above sea level. The volcano is surrounded by cloud forests where we will search for regional endemic birds of the Talamanca mountain range, which extends from Costa Rica into the highlands of Chiriquí in western Panama.

This itinerary can be added as an extension to our Chiriquí Highlands tour.

Departure and return

Your hotel in/around Panama City

Difficulty

Medium (some uphill walking, bumpy off-road drives, cold and wet weather)

Group

Max. 6 people + guide

Equipment

  • Binoculars
  • Waterproof hiking boots
  • Rain protection for you and your gear
  • Warm clothing

Price

US$ 1.899 per person (minimum 2 pers.)

Included

  • Guide
  • Transport
  • Domestic flight Panama-David-Panama
  • Accommodation
  • All meals and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Entrance fees to the parks and private estates

Not Included

  • International air flights
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Laundry service
  • Tips
  • Telephone calls

Key Species

  • Unspotted Saw-whet Owl
  • Bare-shanked Screech-Owl
  • Costa Rican Pigmy Owl
  • Dusky Nightjar
  • Fiery-throated Hummingbird
  • Volcano Hummingbird
  • Prong-billed Barbet
  • Resplendent Quetzal
  • Black and Yellow Silky-Flycatcher
  • Timberline Wren
  • Flame-Throated Warbler
  • Sooty Thrush
  • Wrenthrush
  • Volcano Junco

Among many others

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    Spangle-cheeked Tanager
    Itinerary

    Day 1Volcán Barú

    Departing from the town of Boquete on special all-terrain vehicles, we will climb the very rough trail to the summit of the volcano, with several stops on our way to look for cloud forest specialties like Black-cheeked Warbler, Sooty-capped Chlorospingus, Costa Rican Pigmy-owl and Timberline Wren.

    If we have a clear day, we will enjoy a spectacular view from the volcano’s summit, with the possibility of seeing both the Pacific and Caribbean shores of Panama. The sunset from the country’s highest point is considered one of the most stunning sights in Central America. Volcano Junco and Sooty Thrush are easily found above the treeline, and White-nosed Coati are often active around the parking area.

    After sunset we will start our drive down from the summit, and on the way we will look for the elusive Saw-whet Owl, Bare-shanked Screech-Owl and Dusky Nightjar. Forest rabbits are frequently seen along the trail.
    Overnight in Boquete.

    Day 2Boquete forest trails

    After breakfast, we will explore different trails around the town of Boquete, in search of regional endemic species such as Black-throated Wren, Black-faced Solitaire, Wrenthush, Long-tailed Silky-Flycatcher and more.

    After lunch we will visit Finca Lérida, a coffee-growing estate surrounded by forested hillsides and well-planted gardens, where Sulphur-winged Parakeet, Blue-throated Toucanet, Volcano Hummingbird and many other species are common and approachable. Forest trails departing from the estate offer good chances for Resplendent Quetzal and Three-wattled Bellbird.

    Day 3Los Quetzales trail

    This morning we will bird along the Boquete side of Los Quetzales trail, in search of highland forest birds like Black-and-Yellow Silky Flycatcher, Collared Whitestart, Yellow-thighed Finch, Spangle-cheeked Tanager and many more.
    In the afternoon we will drive to David in order to take our flight back to Panama City. We will drive you to your hotel of choice in or around Panama City.

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