ECUADOR'S DEEP NW LOWLANDS
|Seeking hard-to-find specialties of the Choco region.|
We will have a complete description of this new 2018 tour here soon. In the meantime, we have a brief outline below. If you would like to hold a space, please contact our office.
By popular demand, we've created a new tour to the wilds of Northwest Ecuador to seek out many of the rare and exciting Choco endemics that we know all of you Neotropical birding buffs will love. Based out of two remote lodges right in the heart of prime lowland habitats -- the comfort might surprise you! -- our inaugural offering aims to delve headfirst into this endemic-rich region. The list of targets is a long one but, for starters, how about Choco Poorwill, Scarlet-breasted Dacnis, Five-colored Barbet, Rose-faced Parrot, Broad-billed Sapayoa, and Blue-whiskered Tanager? We look forward to seeing you there!
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If you would like a longer birding holiday, some departures of this tour may be combined with:
ECUADOR'S SHIRIPUNO LODGE: Heartland of the Waorani