8 day birding trip

This 8 day birding trip has been carefully designed to make the most out of the incredible bird diversity the Yucatan Peninsula has to offer.  


We will cover many different types of habitats searching for the endemics, quasi-endemics and many other wonderful birds. We will visit some of the most important and beautiful nature reserves of the Yucatan Peninsula. This trip will also give us the opportunity to explore the culture and history of the Yucatan as we visit an island, coastal towns, colonial cities as well as some of the most incredible archaeological sites off the beaten track.  


Besides being able to see over 200 different species of birds, you can expect safe walking trails, comfortable transportation and accommodations, tasty Mexican food (with several options to choose from) and flexible knowledgeable guides that will do their best to accommodate to your needs and desires.   


Most of the birding areas are protected by the government or by the locals. This trip  directly contributes towards their conservation and towards the well-being of the local people who directly or indirectly participate in making this trip a great experience. 


For pricing and other questions please contact us.

Ocellated turkey © Luigi Balzano
Calakmul Archaeological site
© Tanja Cotoaga
© Jared Sanders
Mexican Sheartail © Joel Ortega
Cozumel © Sergio Ortiz
Magnolia Warbler © Luigi Balzano
Birdwatching Rio Lagartos © Joel Ortega
Rufous-breasted Spinetail ©Joel Ortega
Calakmul Archaeological site
White Necked Puffbird © Joel Ortega
Valladolid colonial street
Valladolid Cathedral
San Gervasio Cozumel © Brian Jin
Cozumel Island © Devin H
Valladolid © Dan Gold
Fork-tailed Flycatcher © Joel Ortega
© Max Böhme
© David Ortega
Pink lakes Las Coloradas © Chelsea Aaron
Birdwatching Rio Lagartos © Joel Ortega
Bacalar lagune © Max Harris Brassil
Tropical Mockingbird and Northern Cardinal © Joel Ortega
Bacalar bird Islands © Fernando Gutierrez