• Canopy Tower

Panama’s Canopy Tower & Lodge

Premier Birding!

  • Duration

    12 September 2024 – 22 September 2024

  • Location

    Panama – Central America

  • Led by

    David Lindo & Carlos Bethancourt

  • For assistance with booking flights

    please contact Sacha Barbato at Travel Counsellors
    +44 (0)1603 360 099

  • Please contact us if you have any other queries

    Email: tours@theurbanbirderworld.com

  • Price

    £3,595 per person plus flights

  • Single supplement


  • Deposit

    £500 per person

  • Group size: up to 10 participants

    Minimum for tour to go ahead: 5

  • Final payment

    Remaining balance will be due 90 days before start of tour

Free loan of Leica binoculars is available for the duration of the tour – subject to availability. Please ask for details.

About Panama

Situated in Central America, Panama is the bridge between Central and South America. This is not only geographically but ornithologically too. You will find birds here that emanate from both North and South America. Indeed, the country’s bird list exceeds 1,000 which is actually more than Costa Rica!

Panama is also gifted with two coastlines that embrace both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, jungles, wetlands and even a desert. There are, of course, urban areas including its capital Panama City where the urban birding is superlative.

The local currency is the Panamanian Balboa although they widely accept and use US Dollars.

Tour overview

Join David and Carlos in our two-centre holiday that takes in the world-famous birding hotspots of Canopy Tower and Canopy Lodge. We start the tour with five nights at Canopy Tower. This converted Radar Station is a unique and wonderful base from where we can explore a multitude of habitats and well-known birding spots. The Tower itself offers unrivalled views of the tree tops where sought-after species that are often hard to find can be literally at eye-level. Nearby, we will visit lakes, marshes and excellent areas of rain forest where we will search for many rare and seldom seen species. We also have a good chance for several mammals including Western Night Monkey and Red-crested (Geoffrey’s) Tamarin.

Moving on we will spend the next five nights at the charming Canopy Lodge, a beautiful accommodation set beside a tumbling stream and surrounded by tropical forest in the heart of an extinct volcano. The lodge is a credit to its owner and, once again, allows us access to many excellent birding areas. Within a short distance we can explore prime forest areas while a little further away we will visit sites including the Pacific coast shoreline with nearby wetlands teeming with life. We will visit several higher altitude areas where many different and exciting species will be sought.

All in all, this tour offers the perfect combination of two very different areas, two very different lodges and just the right amount of time spent in each to get a good list of birds and appreciate the wealth of wildlife that Panama has to offer. Led by two birding icons, Carlos Bethancourt and David Lindo – AKA The Urban Birder, this tour will be an experience not to miss. A huge amount of fun and a lot of birds await you.

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Expected birds

Least Grebe, Rufescent Tiger-Heron, Least Bittern, Common and Purple Gallinules, Limpkin, Snail Kite, Ornate, Black-and-white and Black Hawk-Eagles, Crane, White, Tiny, Plumbeous and Bicolored Hawks, Scaled Pigeon, Mealy, Red-lored, Brown-hooded and Blue-headed Parrots, American Pygmy Kingfisher, Pheasant Cuckoo, Black-tailed, Black-throated and White-tailed Trogons, Cinnamon and Crimson-crested Woodpeckers, Blue-chested and Violet-bellied Hummingbirds, Green Hermit, Keel-billed Toucan, Yellow-eared Toucanet, Collared Aracari, Great Jacamar, Rufous Motmot, White-whiskered and Black-breasted Puffbirds, Plain-brown, Black-striped, Olivaceous and Cocoa Woodcreepers, Scaly-throated Leaftosser, Speckled Mourner, Brownish Twistwing, Thrush-like Schiffornis, Bicoloured, Ocellated and Spotted Antbirds, Streak-chested Antpitta, Fasciated and Black-crowned Antshrikes, Checker-throated and Moustached Antwrens, Olivaceous Flatbill, Song Wren, Rusty-margined Flycatcher, Forest and Grey Elaenias, Purple-throated Fruitcrow, Black-chested Jay, Red-capped, Blue-crowned and Golden-collared Manakins, Rosy Thrush-Tanager, Bay-headed, Emerald, Speckled, Bay-headed, Hepatic and Rufous-winged Tanager, Red-throated Ant-Tanager, Blue Dacnis, Green and Red legged Honeycreepers, Slate-coloured Grosbeak, Scarlet-rumped Cacique and many, many more!

Some target species

Rosy Thrush-Tanager, Blue Cotinga, Black-crowned Antpitta, Rufous-vented Ground Cuckoo, Snowcap, Green-and-rufous Kingfisher, Black-breasted Puffbird, Stripe-cheeked Woodpecker, Streak-chested Antpitta, Rufous-crested Coquette, Lance-tailed Manakin, Violet-capped Hummingbird, Tody Motmot, Speckled Mourner, Panama Tyrannulet, Pheasant Cuckoo, Barred Puffbird, Great Jacamar, Choco Screech-Owl, Veraguan Mango, Snowy-bellied Hummingbird, Ocellated Antbird, Yellow-eared Toucanet, Emerald Tanager, Blue-footed Booby, Golden-collared Manakin.


Central American Agouti, Tayra, Three-toed Sloth, Red-crested (Geoffrey’s) Tamarin, Mantled Howler Monkey, Western (Panamanian) Night Monkey.


NOTE: See suggested flight information at the end of the itinerary for more details.

Thursday 12 – Arrive Panama City

Expect to arrive in Panama City on Tuesday the 12th and transfer 45 minutes to the famous Canopy Tower. Located in the heart of the rainforest in the 50,000-acre Soberanía National Park, the Tower used to be a Military Radar Station until it was converted into a unique and wonderful accommodation that is perfect for birders and nature lovers. With panoramic views from bedroom windows, the dining room and especially the roof-top, the Tower offers the ideal base from which to explore the forests of central Panama. It is no wonder that National Geographic named the Canopy Tower as one of 50 top eco-lodges in the world and it is listed as one of the 50 places to bird before you die.

Dinner at Canopy Tower. Overnight at Canopy Tower.

Friday 13 – Semaphore Hill and Ammo Dump

Today will be spent birding Canopy Tower and Semaphore Hill and its likely to begin right from your bedroom window with tanagers, toucans, and tityras all possible. Nothing can compare with birding from the Observation Deck on the roof of the tower and that’s where we will be at dawn. Coffee is served right up top while we scan the tree tops for Keel-billed Toucans, Mealy, Red-lored, Brown-hooded and Blue-headed Parrots, Green and Red legged Honeycreepers, Collared Aracari, Scaled Pigeon, Scarlet-rumped Cacique and with luck a few specialties such as Green-shrike Vireo, Blue Cotinga or Black-breasted Puffbird. It not unusual to get close views of Three-toed Sloth, Mantled Howler Monkeys and even Red-crested Tamarins from this delightful vantage point. A look at the hummingbird feeders may produce Blue-chested and Violet-bellied Hummingbirds, plus Green Hermit and maybe White-vented Plumeleteer.

At mid-morning we’ll take a walk from the Tower down Semaphore Hill Road. This paved road is a little more than a mile long and passes through excellent forest where we get a good chance to see many birds and several mammals. The list of species of Semaphore Hill Road is extensive, and includes birds from the forest interior as well as the edge. We will look for Olivaceous Flatbill, White-whiskered Puffbird, Purple-throated Fruitcrow, Slate-coloured Grosbeak, Bay-headed Tanager, and with luck Great Jacamar. Amongst the leaf litter we could find Great Tinamou or Marbled Wood-Quail, though both are much easier heard than seen. We also have good opportunities for raptors including White, Tiny and Bicolored Hawks and, if there are any ants around, we may get to grips with the beautiful Ocellated and Spotted Antbirds. In the afternoon, we will visit the famous Ammo Dump Pond located just north of Gamboa and close to the famous Pipeline Road. It is one of the best places to see the elusive White-throated Crake as well as a host of other water birds. Least Grebes, Common Gallinule and Purple Gallinules are common plus Rufescent Tiger-Heron, Snail Kite, Limpkin, Least Bittern and American Pygmy Kingfishers can sometimes be found but are not quite as easy.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Canopy Tower. Overnight at Canopy Tower.

Saturday 14 – Pipeline Road

Today we spend the day at the world-famous Pipeline Road – the best place in Central Panama to find many unusual and sought-after forest birds – and there are lots of them. The road stretches for 17 kilometres through prime forest where there are plenty of side trails plus eleven creeks and rivers. We will first search the entrance area where targeted species will include Rosy Thrush-Tanager, Golden-collared Manakin, Crimson-crested Woodpecker, Black-tailed and Black-throated Trogon, Plain-brown and Cocoa Woodcreeper, Fasciated and Black-crowned Antshrike, Rusty-margined Flycatcher, Purple-throated Fruitcrow, Black-chested Jay, Blue Dacnis and Slate-coloured Grosbeak. We will then walk sections of the Pipeline Road and dependent on recent information or news on ant swarms we will search particular areas or trails. There are many possibilities along this famous birding road and we can hope to connect with a few of the forest’s prized birds. The Rufous-vented Ground-Cuckoo occurs here but we absolutely need to find the ants if we have any chance of this “mega”.

Both Red-capped and Blue-crowned Manakins can be found, alongside such sought after species as Black-breasted Puffbird, Great Jacamar, Speckled Mourner, Streak-chested Antpitta, the very skulking Pheasant Cuckoo, White-tailed Trogon, Rufous Motmot, Cinnamon Woodpecker, Scaly-throated Leaftosser, Black-striped Woodcreeper, Moustached Antwren, Forest and Gray Elaenia, Checker-throated Antwren, Bicoloured, Spotted and Ocellated Antbirds, Brownish Twistwing, Russet-winged Schiffornis, Song Wren, Red-throated Ant-Tanager, Ornate Hawk-Eagle, Tiny and Plumbeous Hawks, Black Hawk-Eagle, Crane Hawk and all three Forest-Falcons can readily be heard although seeing them is always tricky. This area also offers us our best chance to see the elusive Western Night Monkey, hopefully during daylight.

Let’s just hope that the Pipeline Road will be a birding day to be remembered!

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Canopy Tower. Overnight at Canopy Tower.

Sunday 15 – Cerro Azul

Today we head into the foothills of Cerro Azul in the Chagres National Park northeast of Panama City. This area can often be shrouded in cloud but that won’t stop us looking for a selection of species that are not readily found in the canal corridor. It is possible for us to see the Yellow-eared Toucanet, considered by many to be the most colourful of the local toucans, plus Black-and-white Hawk-Eagle, Black-striped and Olivaceous Woodcreepers, Emerald, Speckled, Bay-headed, Hepatic and Rufous-winged Tanagers and good chances for the endemic Stripe-cheeked Woodpecker. We may get opportunities to visit some hummingbird feeders where we can hope for Snowy-bellied and Violet-headed Hummingbirds, White-necked Jacobin, Green Hermit, Bronze-tailed Plumeleteer and with luck, the rare Violet-capped Hummingbird. Other species may include Red-capped Manakin, Yellow-crowned, Thick-billed and Fulvous-vented Euphonias, Ruddy-tailed and Yellow-margined Flycatchers, Lesser Greenlet and Russet Antshrike. With a lot of luck we could also come across one of the smallest hummingbirds in the world the stunning Rufous-crested Coquette or even the bizarre looking White-tipped Sicklebill.

A stop beside the exposed mudflats close to Panama City gives us a chance to check for shorebirds. There should be good possibilities for Western Willet, Short-billed Dowitcher, Western, Spotted and Semipalmated Sandpipers, Hudsonian Whimbrel, Lesser Yellowlegs, Wilson’s and Collared Plovers as well as Black-necked Stilt. And, over the sea we should find Brown Pelican, Blue-footed Booby and Magnificent Frigatebirds.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Canopy Tower. Overnight at Canopy Tower.

Monday 16 – Plantation trail – Chagres River

This easy trail passes through mature rainforest and follows a small creek (Rio Chico Masambi) and is a reliable place to find Golden-crowned Spadebill. Often times at the parking area near the entrance we also find Black-chested Jays.  Other birds to look for along the trail include Ocellated, Bicolored, Chestnut-backed, White-bellied & Spotted Antbirds, Broad-billed and Whooping Motmots, five species of trogon, White-whiskered Puffbird, hummingbirds (Blue-chested, White-necked Jacobin and others), Plain-brown, Northern Barred, Cocoa, and Ruddy Woodcreepers, Cinnamon, Crimson-crested and Black-cheeked Woodpeckers, White-breasted Wood-Wren, Song Wren, Dot-winged, Checker-throated and White-flanked Antwrens, Purple-throated Fruitcrow, Bright-rumped Attila, Grey-headed Tanager, Trilling Gnatwren, Black-crowned and Fasciated Antshrikes, Red-capped and Blue-crowned Manakins, Great Tinamou, Ruddy-tailed, Northern Royal and Yellow-margined Flycatchers, Yellow-rumped Cacique, Scaly-throated Leaftosser, and occasionally, Great Jacamar or the endemic Yellow-green (Panama) Tyrannulet!

We will then return to the tower for lunch, after which, we take a short drive to Chagres River and the accompanying fields and forest. First, we must stop at the Canopy B&B in the picturesque village of Gamboa to look at the bird feeders. With the Canopy B&B’s beautiful backdrop of Cerro Pelado the backyard can be teeming with bird life. At the fruit feeders, we are likely to see Red-legged, Shining and Green Honeycreepers, Lemon-rumped, Crimson-backed and Blue-grey Tanagers, Thick-billed Euphonia, Yellow-bellied and Variable Seedeaters, Whooping Motmot, Grey-headed Chachalaca with Central American Agoutis lurking about under the feeders.

Next, we’re off to Chagres River, the main tributary for the Panama Canal. The birding along the river banks and the forest edges of Gamboa Resort can be spectacular! Here, we search for Amazon, Green and American Pygmy Kingfishers, as well as Whooping Motmot and Cinnamon Woodpecker. We could also see Grey-cowled Wood Rail, Cocoi, Green and Striated Herons, Wattled Jacana, Pied-billed Grebe, Anhinga, Royal and Cabot’s Terns, Brown Pelican, Neotropic Cormorant, Tricolored and Little Blue Herons, Rufescent Tiger-Heron, Mangrove Swallow, Black-chested Jay, Lesser Kiskadee, Rusty-margined Flycatcher, Yellow-billed Cacique, Black-bellied and Buff-breasted Wrens, Fasciated and Barred Antshrikes, Cinnamon Becard, Slaty-tailed Trogon, White-bellied Antbird and even Slaty-backed Forest-Falcon and Blue Cotinga at times.

Dinner at Canopy Tower. Overnight at Canopy Tower.

Tuesday 17 – Metropolitan park – Canopy Lodge

Located right next to Panama City, and only 25 minutes from the Canopy Tower, the forests of the Metropolitan Natural Park are much drier than those around Pipeline or Plantation Roads. In the morning, we will bird the park and expect to see some species that are rare, if not absent, in the wetter areas. The beautiful Rosy Thrush-Tanager is common, although never easy to see, as is the striking Lance-tailed Manakin. It’s also a good place to look for Sepia-capped Flycatcher, White-bellied Antbird and you have a good shot at seeing the endemic Panama Tyrannulet.

Later in the day, we will travel two hours to the Canopy Lodge and El Valle de Antón in Panama’s Western foothills arriving in time for dinner. We will spend five nights in this lodge close to a small village, nestled in the crater of an extinct volcano that exploded some five million years ago. The resultant scenery is quite unique – a steep valley surrounded by jagged peaks and filled with flowers, streams and verdant forests. No wonder it is one of Panama’s most popular getaways.

Our home for the rest of this tour is Canopy Lodge, sister lodge of the Canopy Tower, a charming small hotel built next to a bubbling mountain stream and adjacent to the protected area of Cerro Gaital Natural Monument. In the gardens surrounding the lodge we should easily see Crimson-backed, Blue-grey, Dusky-faced and Plain-coloured Tanagers, Red-crowned Ant-Tanager, Social Flycatcher, Ruddy-ground Dove, Barred Antshrike, Yellow-faced Grassquit, Rufous-tailed and Violet-capped Hummingbirds, White-vented Plumeleteer, Rufous Motmot, White-tipped Dove, Clay-coloured Robin, Green Honeycreeper and plenty of Thick-billed Euphonias. If the Vervain is in flower, then we have a good chance of seeing the tiny Rufous-crested Coquette. We will spend the afternoon birding around the lodge grounds in search of more species.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Canopy Lodge. Overnight at Canopy Lodge.

Wednesday 18 – Cariguana Trail

After breakfast, we continue our quest with a trip to La Mesa Road. This area, which is a visually pleasing blend of secondary forest, scrubby pastures, overgrown fincas and grassy borders is home to many of the area’s specialties. Here we will look for such great birds as Spot-crowned Barbet, Cinnamon Becard, Scarlet-thighed Dacnis, Silver-throated, Golden-hooded, Tawny-crested and Bay-headed Tanagers, Spot-crowned Antvireo and Spotted Woodcreeper. Hummingbirds include White-tipped Sicklebill, Rufous-crested Coquette, Crowned Woodnymph and Black-throated Mango. The resident birds include Northern Emerald-Toucanet, Bran-coloured Flycatcher, Scale-crested Pygmy-Tyrant, and Orange-bellied (Collared) Trogon. We will then return to the lodge for lunch.

After some birding around the lodge, we will spend the rest of the day exploring the nearby foothills to search for some of the specialties of this rich avian region. We’ll visit the nearby Cariguana Trail that can produce the much sought-after Tody Motmot, plus Long-billed Starthroat, Rufous-and-White Wren, Pale-eyed Pygmy-Tyrant, Chestnut-headed Oropendola and, perhaps, Lance-tailed Manakin. In another area we’ll walk a road surrounded by forest to look for Black-striped Sparrow, Chestnut-backed Antbird, Red-crowned Ant-Tanager, White-breasted Wood Wren, Spotted Woodcreeper, perhaps White-throated Spadebill and even the elusive, yet spectacular, Black-crowned Antpitta. Further up the hill there is the possibility of Orange-bellied Trogon, Bronze-tailed Plumeleteer, Spot-crowned Antvireo, Thick-billed Seed Finch, Bran-coloured Flycatcher, Eastern Meadowlark and possibly the skulking Wedge-tailed Grass Finch. We will then return to the lodge in the afternoon in time to chill out before dinner.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Canopy Lodge. Overnight at Canopy Lodge.

Thursday 19 – Cerro Gaital – Valle Chiquito

Today after breakfast, we proceed to Cerro Gaital, a steep, forested, mist-shrouded mountain that you see from the lodge. Cerro Gaital (3,500’) is the namesake of Cerro Gaital Natural Monument that protects more than 335 hectares of mature cloud forest. This area offers sightings of Black Guan, Northern Emerald-Toucanet, Orange-bellied (Collared) Trogon, Spotted Barbtail, Common Chlorospingus, Silver-throated Tanager, Black-headed Antthrush, Slaty Antwren, Spot-crowned and Plain Antvireos, Black-faced Grosbeak, Blue Seedeater, Rufous-capped Warbler, Gray-headed Kite, White Hawk, Tawny-capped Euphonia, Pale-vented Thrush, Russet-winged Schiffornis, White-tailed Emerald, Green-crowned Brilliant, Violet-headed Hummingbird and Crowned Woodnymph. Scaled Antpitta and Rufous-vented Ground-Cuckoo have also occasionally been recorded here. After a full morning of birding we will have lunch at the Canopy Lodge.

Afterwards, we will be off to Valle Chiquito for more Panamanian birding. This valley is accessible by a newly paved road and passes through nicely forested woodlands crossed by two rivers.  At Rio de Jesus we will search for Green Kingfisher and listen for Sepia-capped Flycatcher.  We can also admire a nice colony of Chestnut-headed Oropendolas in a Cecropia tree. We will try for Tody Motmot, Yellow-throated Vireo, Yellow-backed Oriole, White-bellied Antbird, Gray-chested Dove, Yellow-billed Cacique, Zone-tailed and Grey-lined Hawks, Black Hawk-Eagle, Lance-tailed Manakin, Panama Flycatcher, Black-headed Tody-Flycatcher, Little Tinamou, Long-billed Starthroat and Garden Emerald.  Wrens are abundant here with Black-bellied, Rufous-and-white, Bay and Rufous-breasted Wrens all lurking about in the thickets!

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Canopy Lodge. Overnight at Canopy Lodge.

Friday 20 – Altos del Maria

Set in the mountains on the continental divide east of El Valle the Altos del Maria provides a spectacular location for this full day trip. Departing early in the morning from El Valle we will drive along the Pan-American Highway and up into the mountains. As the sun rises over the highlands ahead of us, spectacular mountains, vast valleys, and towering cliffs will be revealed. Ascending an excellent paved road, we will climb a ridge to our destination, an expansive area of cloud forest at 1100 meters above sea level. We’ll bird the wide, gravel roads and around mid-morning, we will stop at a nature centre for a rest, bathrooms, and a check of the hummingbird feeders.

Afterwards, we will search some trails through the woods for additional forest birds. This area harbours an exciting variety of highland forest birds including White Hawk, Barred Forest-Falcon, Yellow-eared Toucanet, Orange-bellied Trogon, Spotted Woodcreeper, Brown-billed Scythebill, Black-crowned Antpitta, Red-faced Spinetail, Spotted Barbtail, Russet and Great Antshrikes, Tufted Flycatcher, Rufous-browed Tyrannulet, White-ruffed Manakin, Ochraceous Wren, Grey-breasted Wood-Wren, Pale-vented Thrush, Black-and yellow Tanager, Dusky-faced Tanager, Tawny-crested Tanager, Yellow-billed Cacique, Black-headed Saltator and Slate-coloured Grosbeak. Amongst the dazzling hummingbirds, we will look for the exquisite Snowcap, as well as Band-tailed Barbthroat, Garden and White-tailed Emeralds, Purple-throated Mountain-Gem, Bronze-tailed Plumeleteer and the remarkable White-tipped Sicklebill.

Later in the afternoon we will head back into El Valle for a little relaxation or some time to check the gardens, or look at the myriads of dragonflies on the pond prior to our dinner.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Canopy Lodge. Overnight at Canopy Lodge.

Saturday 21 – Las Minas – Mata Ahogado

After breakfast – during which we watch for Orange-billed Sparrow and Bay Wren calling just around the dining area – we will head to Las Minas, an excellent trail for Panamanian birding. The road follows the ridge line, with sweeping vistas of forested mountains, speckled with grasslands and small fincas. The views from here are fantastic as, on a clear day near the summit, both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans can be seen. Specialties of the region include Wedge-tailed Grass-Finch, Black-and-yellow, Bay-headed and Emerald Tanagers, Tawny-capped Euphonia, Scale-crested Pygmy-Tyrant, Spot-crowned Antvireo, Gray-headed Kite, Barred Hawk, Bat Falcon, Ornate Hawk-Eagle, Swallow-tailed Kite, Bronze-tailed Plumeleteer, White-tipped Sicklebill, Green Thorntail, Orange-bellied (Collared) and Black-throated Trogons, Tawny-faced Gnatwren, Plain Antvireo, the endemic Stripe-cheeked Woodpecker, Spotted Woodcreeper, Red-capped and White-ruffed Manakins, Band-rumped Swift, and Black Guan. A forested slope here is also our best chance for Black-crowned Antpitta and Black-headed Antthrush.

After this birding excursion, we will get back in time for lunch at the Canopy Lodge. Afterwards, we be off to Mata Ahogado to spend the afternoon birding along the scrubby roadsides that are often jumping with birds. Good birds here include Rosy Thrush-Tanager, Black-headed Saltator, Great Antshrike, White-ruffed Manakin, White-thighed Swallow, White-bellied Antbird, Tody Motmot and hummers such as Long-billed Starthroat, Rufous-crested Coquette and, when the Inga Trees are in bloom, the enigmatic Snowcap. We will also listen for Purplish-backed Quail-Dove. We will then return to the lodge for our last night.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Canopy Lodge. Overnight at Canopy Lodge.

Sunday 22 – Canopy Lodge – Panama City – End of Tour

After a leisurely breakfast and some last-minute-birding in the gardens surrounding the lodge we will drive back to Panama City in time for a mid-afternoon return flight home.

Breakfast at Canopy Lodge.

Special trip notes


Canopy Lodge and tower are of a good standard. The lodge offers en-suite rooms and the tower has shared facilities for people in single rooms, both accommodation have a good variety of meals and cooked breakfast.

Recommended field guide

Birds of Central America (which includes Panama) 2018 by Valley & Dyer

Price includes

Private transportation during the tour, two airport transfers to Canopy Tower on the 12th Sept, (note 2 pick-up times of 09.30 & 15.30), one transfer from Canopy Lodge to international airport on 22nd Sept, (departs 10.00am and arrives 12.30pm) – do not book your return flight to leave earlier than 15.00pm, all accommodations, and meals beginning with dinner on the 12th to breakfast on the 22nd, professional guide services, local park and reserve entrance fees.

Price does not include

International airfare, insurance, alcoholic drinks, Incidental refreshments at cafes and bars, tips, and items of a personal nature.

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  • Duration: 12 September 2024 – 22 September 2024
  • Leaders: David Lindo & Carlos Bethancourt
  • Price: £3,595 per person plus flights
  • Single supplement: £485
  • Deposit: £500 per person
  • Final payment

    Remaining balance will be due 90 days before start of tour

  • Group size: Minimum for tour to go ahead: 5
  • For assistance with booking flights

    Please contact Sacha Barbato at Travel Counsellors
    +44 (0)1603 360 099

  • Please contact us if you have any other queries

    Email: tours@theurbanbirderworld.com

Flight suggestions from the UK

The flight times were correct at the time of publishing this itinerary.

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