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EcoAdventures Tropical Rainforest Bird-Watching Adventure, Belize
Tropical Rainforest Bird-Watching Adventure

Days of Operation: Thursdays, Saturdays & Sundays
Toucan, one of 500 species of birds found in Belize.Intensity: Moderate
Departure Time: 7:00 a.m. (or earlier if you wish)
Approx. Return Time: 12:00 p.m.
Food/Drinks: Snack, juice and water
What to Bring: Sturdy shoes, camera, sunscreen, insect repellent, hat, binoculars, field guide.
Description: A 45-minute ride will take you to the outskirts of a traditional Mayan village at the foothills of the Maya Mountains. Here you will hike through the jungle viewing and hearing some of the 500 species of birds found in Belize. Many birds from parrots to toucans to white eagles inhabit these beautiful hills. You may decide to take a quick dip in the river or just quietly relax on the riverbank to observe the many bird species in the area. During December through February we have the unique opportunity to see the endangered Scarlet Macaws that migrate to the Red Bank hills. Seasonally we may go to the Serpon Sugar Mill for this birding adventure.

Please Note:
•A Belizean tour guide accompanies all tours.
•We cannot control the weather! It may rain for days and you may experience the rainforest in the rain! Come prepared with adequate rain gear and a positive attitude.
•Trip alterations may occur due to inclement weather or factors beyond our control.
•Comfortable hiking shoes or sturdy tennis shoes are recommended for most inland adventures. Open sandals are ideal for resort wear and the beach.
•We have a healthy environment and creatures great and small thrive. We recommend that you use insect repellent and sunscreen during all inland adventures.
•The national parks of Belize encompass natural habitats for wildlife such as tapir, jaguar, monkeys, snakes and crocodiles. Even though all of the above animals have been seen by our guests, we cannot guarantee that any specific wildlife will be spotted during your adventures.
•Hamanasi is not liable for any injury sustained on a tour.
•We promote low impact tourism and request that our guests only walk on prepared trails in the jungle.
•As visitors in beautiful Belize we ask that you respect and are sensitive to the local culture.