Birding & Landscape Excursion
An effortless birding shore excursion on the slopes of fuego volcano.
This effortless birding shore excursion starts from Puerto quetzal towards La Reunion Golf Resort, which is a luxury property surrounded by 1,570 hectares of subtropical humid forest that inhabits 148 bird species. (1:00 hour Approximately)
The property is located 1:00 hour from Puerto Quetzal and 30 minutes approximately from the colonial city of Antigua Guatemala, proximity to the port call and easy access make this property an ideal destination for shore trips and excursions in Guatemala.
This is an undemanding birding excursion trip, where you can walk or rent a golf cart to enjoy the birdwatching excursion, all the spots are well connected through cobblestone pathways and narrow trails that will take you through the forest to have an amazing encounter with colorful tropical birds.
Beside the birds and beautiful forest, this destination offers amazing landscapes facing to the south the pacific lowlands, the east the agua volcano and a spectacular view of the active fuego volcano over the north, Fuego volcano can surprise you with some ash eruptions during your shore excursion. (don’t worry its safe)
This reserve is mainly settled at an altitudinal range from 2,500 to 3,200 feet above sea level.
The public infrastructure of the property is well designed to cover all your needs including a finest restaurant and bar with a nice view from the terrace.
Arrival on time to Puerto Quetzal, guaranteeing to be onboard before cruise ship departure.
Your private or small group excursion in Guatemala finishes.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Based on your cruise ship arrival.|
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Some Species that inhabit La reunion golf resort are:
Bushy crested jay (Cyanocorax melanocyaneus)
Altamira oriole (Icterus gularis)
Masked tityra (Tityra semifasciata)
Lesser road runner (Geococcyx velox)
Velasquez’s woodpecker (Melanerpes santacruzi)
Yellow-winged Tanager (Thraupis abbas)
Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus)
White-winged Tanager (Piranga leucoptera)
Boat-billed Flycatcher (Megarynchus pitangua)
Prevost’s Ground-Sparrow (Melozone biarcuata)
Pacific parakeet (Psittacara strenuus)
Turquoise-browed Motmot (Eumomota superciliosa)
Scrub Euphonia (Euphonia affinis)
Fan-tailed Warbler (Basileuterus lachrymosus)
Rufous-capped Warbler (Basileuterus rufifrons)
Berylline Hummingbird (Amazilia beryllina)
Violet Sabrewing (Campylopterus hemileucurus)
Emerald Toucanet (Aulacorhynchus prasinus)
Short-tailed Hawk (Buteo brachyurus)
Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl (Glaucidium brasilianum)
Rufous-browed Peppershrike (Cyclarhis gujanensis)
Red-legged Honeycreeper (Cyanerpes cyaneus)
May migratory from November to April