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AVAILABILITY REQUEST
This tour departs from Luquillo.  Transfers are
available upon request at extra cost from Sn Juan,
Rio Grande, Fajardo, Ceiba, and Humacao.
CODE
Departure
LUQ--BT-1-EAST
Luquillo, 8:00 AM
The eastern region combines coastal dry forests and a
tropical rainforest.  We have included four towns in our
itinerary:  Río Grande, Luquillo, Fajardo and Ceiba) where
we will be looking for endemics (
Puerto Rican Skipper and
Puerto Rican Ringlet
) and Antillean specialtes.
Tour 1 - Eastern Region
Tour 2 - South Region
This tour departs from Mayagüez and is available
from selected hotels in the West region.
MAZ--BT-2-GUA
Mayagüez, 8:00 AM
CODE
Departure
Tour 3 - Cabo Rojo Salt Flats & Maricao
CODE
Departure
MAZ--BT-3-CR
Mayagüez, 8:00 AM
This tour departs from Mayagüez.  Pick-up is
available at selected hotels in Mayagüez.
Tour 4 - North Region
CODE
Departure
MAZ--BT-QUE
Mayagüez, 8:00 AM
This tour departs from Mayagüez.  Pick-up is
available at selected hotels in Mayagüez.  
Available also departing from San Juan, please
ask for price.
These options are not birding tours.
We will drive first to the small town of Maricao in search of
the
PR Ringlet, PR Harlequin, and PR Yellow, plus
Malachites and and Antillean Broken-Dashes.  At the Cabo
Rojo Salt Flats we will find The Monarch, Tropical Buckeye,
Hanno Blue, Cloudless Sulphur, and many others.
This option includes towns of the north region:  Hatillo,
Camuy, and Quebradillas.  We will be looking for  endemic
species/subspecies (
Puerto Rican Calisto, Puerto Rican
Harlequin, White Peacock
) and other Antillean/Caribbean
specialtes.
Availability
Duration
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Transportation
Private Tour
Reservations
Entrance Fees
Not included
Restrictions
We will focus on the southern coastal dry region of the towns
of
Guánica, Guayanilla and Yauco where we will be
looking for endemic species/subspecies (
Puerto Rican
Leafwings
and The Troglodite) and Antillean specialtes.
You should bring - comfortable hiking boots or
shoes, sunblock, hat, camera, binoculars, and
a big smile.
We provide water, bring your bottle for free
refill.
You can either meet the Certified  Tour Guide
on site or arrange pick-up from selected hotels.
Available upon request
6 hours
Moderate
8:00 AM
2 PAX
Contact us for price!
Included
Yes
Always required
Included
Lunch, drinks or tips
Non-smokers only
Puerto Rico is the smallest
of the Greater Antilles,
home of f
ive endemic
s
pecies of butterflies, twelve
subspecies
, and twenty-two
Antillean specialties.
Puerto Rico Butterfly Tour
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Due to the number of people visiting El Yunque National Forest during the Holy Week/Weekend (Wednesday through Sunday, including
Good Friday and Easter) and the
month of July, we DO NOT OFFER tours to El Yunque other than the Night Hike and/or Ancestral Areyto.
Access to the Forest is limited and we cannot guarantee the quality during those days.
If what you are looking is not listed here, drop us an email at your convenience.
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The checklist we used is based on the 2004 proposed in the "Atlas of Neotropical
Butterflies" by Lamas and his colleagues and the book Butterflies of Puerto Rico
(2009).
  • V-mark Skipper
    Choranthus vitellius
  • Mercury Skipper
    Proteides mercurius pedro
  • Dorantes Skipper
    Urbanus dorantes cramptoni
  • Polydamas Swallowtail
    Battus polydamas thyamus
  • Prickly Ash Swallowtail
    Heraclides pelaus puertoricensis
  • Apricot Sulphur
    Phoebis argante martini
  • Giant White
    Ganyra josephina krugii
  • Haitian Tailed Blue
    Pseudochrysops bornoi escobioi
  • The Troglodyte
    Anaea troglodyta borinquenalis
  • Haitian Admiral
    Adelpha gelania arecosa
  • Julia Heliconian
    Dryas iulia iulia
  • The Zebra
    Heliconius charithonia charithonia
  • Puerto Rican Skipper
    Chorantus borincona
  • Puerto Rican Sulphur
    Pyristia portoricensis
  • Puerto Rican Ringlet
    Calixto nubila
  • Puerto Rican Harlequin
    Atlantea tulita
  • Puerto Rican Yellow
    Eurema Portoricensis
  • Puerto Rican Leafwings
    Anaea borinquinalis
Endemic subspecies
Endemic species
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Updated June 16, 2018.