Happiness is like when you find one more endemic
30 minutes before leaving to your home in China.
BIRDING TRIPS IN PUERTO RICO
Tour guiding is our
business, photography is

our passion.
Located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Puerto Rico is the smallest of the Greater Antilles, part of the Caribbean Biodiversity Hotspot, and a BirdLife´s Endemic Bird Area
(EBA 029 - Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands).  Endemics, Antillean and Caribbean specialties, migratory species, rare birds, native and resident species are waiting for you to be discovered.
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When you book directly with us, 100% of your money is spent locally, not abroad.
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Looking for more than one day of birding or want to join
other birders?  ...check these other links.
Only 19 Sharp-shinned Hawks survived after hurricane María.  HELP is
needed
!  If you want to donate, please visit The Peregrine Fund emergency
donation page at this
link.
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· Birding Trips since 1992 ·
Celebrating 26 years in business!
Certified Interpretive Tour Guide Service for the EcoSensitive Traveler
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EDUCATIONAL
OUTREACH PROGRAM
As part of AdvenTours PUERTO RICO
corporate social responsibility in 2002
we founded
APIE, the Puerto Rican
Association of Interpretation and
Education, Inc
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APIE is a non-profit organization that
offers training and continuing education
for tour guides, plus a series of activities
for the general public, focusing on
children, students, and educators
(
Proyecto Mucarito).

In 2014 we created an
Annual Fund to
promote scientific research on birds, $1
of every tour we offer is added to this
fund.
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787.530.8311
8:00 PM through 11:00 PM.
"A great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do." Walter Gagehot
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Transfers, Transportation and Tours by AdvenTours PUERTO RICO
If what you are looking is
not listed here, drop us
an email at your
convenience.
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Updated November 27, 2018.
HOT DEALS Click me!
Amazon (Parrot)
Tody
Lizard Cuckoo
Flycatcher
Adelaide´s Warbler
Oriole
Green Mango
Emerald
Woodpecker
Vireo
Elfin-woods Warbler
Spindalis
Bullfinch
Tanager
Screech Owl
Nightjar
Yellow-shouldered Blackbird
ENDEMIC SPECIES
What is the difference between a private and a
public birding trip?

Must of our trips are offered on a private basis to
guarantee the date.  From time to time we offer
public
birding trips on a scheduled itinerary of 5d/4n with a
minimum of 2 participants.

Do you provide transportation?

Yes, we do.  You can either meet the guide on site or we
can provide pick-up / drop-off transfers.

We don´t us private vehicles as we comply with local
regulations and necessary permits on each site visited.

As we keep groups small, the capacity of these vehicles
are for 4 to 12 passengers.
Do you provide qualified guides?

Yes, we do.  Our guides comply with local Laws as any
one been paid or working as a guide should be certified by
the PR Tourism Company.  Cerfitied guides must wear the
badge as required by the PRTC.

When is the best time to go birding?

If you are looking for endemic species, any time is good for
birding although during the Summer it could take longer to
find bird specially after the hurricanes.  Best months for
birding will be from November through April.

What about bird photography?

Bird photographers are welcome as photography is our
passion.