Quebrada Gonzalez
Considered the "Gateway to the Costa Rican Bird Route," this site offers access to the magnificent Braulio Carrillo National Park where you can expect to see a staggering amount of birds.
Eco-Lodge Yatama
Helping to buffer Braulio Carrillio, Yatama is a captivating 'off the beaten path' mid-elevation mountain lodge that offers fanatic birding and a tranquil comfortable setting.
La Selva Biological Station
World famous biological station with virgin lowland rainforest. Learn about wonders of the rainforest with seasoned guides.
El Gavilan Lodge
An important reserve for many birds, and strategically placed as to offer good access to exploring the region.
Chilamate Rainforest Eco-Retreat
Family run sustainable eco-tourism project. Bird the protected jungle here and use this friendly site as home base for your visit to additional bird route sites.
Selva Verde Lodge
Riverside lodge with large rainforest and tropical gardens to explore.
Tirimbina Rainforest Center
Research, education, and conservation result in a great rainforest experience and great birding.
Aguas Silvestres Refuge
Birds, butterflies, huge trees, waterfalls and swimming in pristine rivers will be the highlights of your experience at Aguas Silvestres.
Albergue El Socorro
Experience the peaceful life of Costa Rica when you visit this hidden mountain gem of a reserve.
Mi Pedacito de Cielo
Uniquely crafted family run lodge that offers access to fantastic birding, including sightings of the Great Green Macaw.
Laguna del Lagarto Lodge
Lowland forests and lagoons hold possibly the best location in the world to the see the Great Green Macaw.
Maquenque Eco-Lodge
Fantastic new lodge that offers all one could want in a tropical birding vacation. Situated near the Maquenque Wildlife Refuge.
Finca Pangola
Huge reserve with high diversity of birds and habitats that hosts Costa Rica's largest boardwalk.
Tapiria National Refuge/Lago Jalapa
Spend a day enjoying the peaceful lake and surrounding forest of this reserve, home to kingfishers, anhingas and herons.
Quebrada Grande Reserve
Eat fresh fish with the community after visiting a reserve that protects an important fragment of bird habitat.
Santa Elena Community Reserve
This reserve is overseen by 3 local organizations and is a true oasis of primary and secondary forest amidst pineapple plantations.
Bosque Tropical del Toro
Macaws, tanagers, honeycreepers and others reside in this remote river settlement, a truly 'off the beaten path' adventure.
Catarata del Toro
Several look-out points along the trails of this site offer expansive views of this impressive waterfall that flows 300 feet into an old volcanic crater.
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