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Birding Southern Belize 9-Day

Lineated Woodpeckers Belize is the best location to begin your tropical birding travels! Located only a few hours from the USA, Belize is home to over 600 species of birds. Easy trails, comfortable climate and easy access to great birding locations make Belize a very special place to learn the tropical families.

Southern Belize offers the most lush, broadleaf rainforests in the country as well as beautiful mountains rising from the coast. Although many of the birds in this region may also be found in other parts of the country, a number of them are more easily found here while a few are only found in this part of the country.

Belize is one of the most environmentally conscious countries in the Americas. Thanks in part to its small population, over 60% of Belize’s 8867 sq. miles (about the size of New Hampshire) have been protected. This protection has allowed the birds and wildlife of Belize to continue to flourish. Over 600 bird species have been recorded within Belize’s borders and along its reef!


  • Tour Cost
  • Trip Length (number of days)



    2015 Cost

    $2700 from Belize City


    Prices are per person double occupancy. If a single room is preferred or a suitable roommate is not available a single supplement fee of $400 will be charged.


    Included in the Tour Cost:

    All ground transportation from Belize City airport. All accommodations. All meals from dinner on arrival day through breakfast on departure day. All entrance fees and guide fees. Tips for meal service.


    Not Included in the Tour Cost:

    International air travel, passport fees, luggage fees, trip insurance, alcoholic beverages, departure taxes, phone calls, laundry, or other items of a personal nature.


  • Itinerary
  • Brief Itinerary
    Day 1 - Arrival and transfer to lodging near Belmopan for first night
    Day 2 - Drive to Punta Gorda - Tranquility Lodge (or similar)
    Along the way we will stop at several birding hotspots, arriving in time for dinner at lodge.
    Day 3 - Vist the ruins of Lim Ni Punit and surrounding forest.
    Day 4 - Boat trip to the cayes with optional snorkeling
    Day 5 - Transfer to Cotton Tree Lodge with birding on the way
    Day 6 - Birding ruins of Lubaantun and surrounding forest
    Day 7 - Boat trip/birding on the Moho River
    Day 8 - Drive to lodging near Belmopan for final night
    Day 9 - Return Home

  • Additional Info
  • Birds of BelizeRecommended Field Guide:

    Birds of Belize

    (University of Texas Press, 2003)

    by H. Lee Jones