If you love birdwatching you can't miss Reserva La Paz. Ecuador, is considered the world’s fourth in avian richness after with more than 1,600, 44 are endemic and 38 are found in Ga..
If you love birdwatching you can't miss Reserva La Paz. Ecuador, is considered the world’s fourth in avian richness after with more than 1,600, 44 are endemic and 38 are found in Galapagos Islands. So if you love to observe birds Reserva La Paz is the place to visit. Duration: 7 hours
BOOK NOW

Details

Depart early in the morning by heading to the North west of the city to a private cloud forest located between Nanegalito and the road to Mindo and finally Reserva La Paz. This area of primary and secondary recovering cloud forest has multiple side trails where our birding naturalist guide will take you to see the most amazing bird show in the wild. You can appreciate birds that you will not be able to see up close anywhere else in the world. You can observe the Giant Antpitta (called Maria), the Mustached Antpitta, the Yellow-breasted Antpitta trained to eat worms and a lek that has been performing since 2005 with the beautiful Cock-of-the-rock. There are also fruit feeders that are frequently visited by the Sickle-winged Guan, the Crimson-rumped Toucanet, the colorful Tucan Barbet, the elusive Olivaceous Piha, the Blue-winged Mountain-Tanager and the Black-chinned Mountain-Tanager. There are hummingbird feeders where it is possible to see the Velvet-purple Coronet, the Violet-tailed Sylph, the Purple-bibbed Whitetip, the Brown Inca, and the Booted Racket-tai in the Reserva La Paz.