THE HONDURAS BIRDING FOR CONSERVATION TOUR, 2016
Long awaiting discovery by the World’s tropical birdwatchers, Honduras is country of little more than 43,000 square miles, boasting more than 100 national parks and protected areas. All of this (totaling more than 8,500 sq. miles), and an incredibly rich diversity of habitats, is why Honduras today is Central America’s fastest growing birdwatcher’s paradise. Birding tour companies, nature photographers, traveling birders, and conservation institutions from the USA, UK, Canada, and worldwide are more and more discovering this treasure trove of tropical avi-fauna.
The Honduras Birding for Conservation Tour has been designed to promote avi-tourism, and the protection of Honduras’ birds and their habitats. We invite you to join tour leaders Tim Appleton, Richard Crossley, Jeff Gordon, Adam Riley, and Bill Thompson lll in November, 2016 for Honduras’ first such event.
5 teams of 10 birders, led by the above tour leaders, and guided by expert local guides will bird a rich, tropical itinerary that includes Mayan Ruins, Rain-forests, and Cloud-forests. And all,
will participate for over $40,000 in conservation prizes benefiting Honduras and its wonderful birds!
- $2,286.00 per person double occupancy.
- $2,673.00 per person single occupancy.
The above includes all guided birding as detailed in the itineraries, guide fees, entrance fees, lodging, meals, taxes, gratuities, and in-country transportation. International airfare is not included.