Explore with us the tropical rain forests of the foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta; Koguis home, descendant of Tayrona's tribes, first peoples in the Colombian Caribean, also, discover with us its natural beauties: landscapes, wildlife. Especially the Birds, the most beautiful animals in nature such as toucans, parrots, hummingbirds and flycatchers.
In addition, the Coastal lagoons to observe waterbirds. dry forest and endemic birds which means that they only live in this part of the country. Also we have the opportunity to learn about the Wayuu culture that lives in the La Guajira peninsula.Birds of interest: American flamingo, Vermilion cardinal, Orinicoan saltator, Buffy hummngbird, Green-rumped Parrotlet, White-chinned Spinetail, Scarlet Ibis.
In addition, in this territory we will have the opportunity to learn about the Wayuu culture, first settlers of these lands that give it the mysticism that abounds throughout the culture of this territory.
In accordance with the above, all of you, are invited to share with us the best of the magic of the birds, while together, we contribute to the economic development of local communities as our commitment in the Sustainable Development.
It is for the above, that you are all invited to join us to enjoy the best of the magic of birds.
05:00 am Departure from Aite Hotel in Palomino to Tayronaka Nature Reserve
05:30 am We arrive to Tayronaka and we take breakfast.
06:00 am Start birding while we walk along the trail parallel to the river with a primary forest.
10: 00 am We rest and take snaks
10:30 am We cross the Tayronas Museum and their natives buildings, (sometimes is possible meet Koguis on the road)
13:00 pm We take lunch
14: 00 pm We return to Aite Hotel in Palomino
Birds of interest:
Rufous-tailed Jacamar, spot-breasted woodpecker, western slaty antshrike, White-bearded Manakin, white-bellied antbird and many more...