If you are into bird watching then you’ve got to come to Panama. Panama is well known for it’s incredible number of different bird species. WIth over 950 species of birds, Panama easily out numbers both the U.S and Canada combined. Visitors are not dissappointed with the easy access to many of the popular bird watching destinations. 300 species were recorded in a single day by the Audubon Society at Soberania National Park, considered to be one of the very best bird watching locations in the world.
Soberania National Park, once a US military access road, takes you through the forest where you can see an amazing variety of exotic flora and fauna from both the Pacific and Caribbean slopes. You’ll get a chance to see a rich variety of trees, plants and animals. If you’re lucky you might see a Howler Monkey or maybe even an Anteater.
What you’ll need to bring with you
Make sure to wear sports shoes or hiking boots. Of course bring your binoculars and a small backpack. You might want to bring a change of clothes as you can expect to get wet in the green season (from may to december).
Included with this tour
An expert bilingual guide, bottled water, entrance fees and birdwatching check list.
For more information, call:
From Panama: (507) 836-5333
Toll Free from USA: (1-866) 390-3451
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