The isthmus of Panamá, a land bridge positioned between the avifauna of two continents is a superb birding destination. With a diversity of ecosystems, this small country host 1,009 species of birds, a number increasing every year as researchers and birdwatchers register new species for the country.
If you have never birded in the Neo-tropics, you are in for a treat! From large rich mudflats that attract thousands of shore birds on their migration, to the army ant swarms escorted by ant birds and wood creepers, and the fruiting trees visited by colorful birds such a toucans, tanagers and manakins in the tropical forest, our options of birding opportunities are as varied as the avifauna of the isthmus.
Our birding experts are some of the most knowledgeable birding guides in the region. Let us know your targets, and we will put together the perfect itinerary for you.