Based on 10 pax USD3,250
Based on 14 pax USD2,975
Based on 18 pax USD2,900
Tiny Belize, the only English-speaking country in Central America, is a favorite for those making their first foray into the Neotropics, and also among veteran travelers eager to see the country’s fabled nature reserves. About the size of Massachusetts, it is a perfect toehold for exploring bird families that don’t reach north into the U.S., including motmots, manakins, antbirds, and toucans. And resting at the foot of the Yucatan Peninsula, it is also great for seeing a number of the region’s specialty species.
Jabiru, Agami Heron, Bare-throated Tiger Heron, Boat-billed Heron, Russet-naped Wood Rail, Sungrebe, Bat Falcon, Laughing Falcon, Canivet’s Emerald, American Pygmy Kingfisher, Yucatan Woodpecker, Yucatan Jay and more.
Guatemalan Howler Monkey, Geoffroy’s Spider Monkey, White-nosed Coati, Central American Agouti, Red Brocket Deer, Grey Fox, Grey Four-eyed Opossum.
Hot and humid at times – and mosquitos and other insects can be a nuisance occasionally.
Historic Nature Sites with conservation significance, Audubon-trained local guides, Belize city.