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"A great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do." Walter Gagehot
Look up,
look down,
listen to them.
The North Belt Region, at
the heartland of our
countryside, is one place
where you can find endemic
species, such as the Tody,
Tanager, Bullfinch, Lizard
Cuckoo, Green Mango, plus
Antillean and Caribbean
specialties (Antillean
Euphonia).   We will also
explore the coastal and
other areas looking for the
West Indian Whistling Duck
and the Greater Flamingo.  
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Puerto Rico has two major karst regions, northern and southern. The northern karst (North Belt) is located in a subtropical moist forest life
zone.  Due to its topography the karst region consist of an unique unfragmented forest holding the most extensive forest canopy cover on the
Island.  Whether you are staying in San Juan, Dorado or the northwestern coast, the North Belt Corridor is an option when looking for specific
birds, such as the flamingo, tropic birds, and yellow-brested crake; and, of course, endemic species.  It is also home for the second population
of our Puerto Rican Amazon.  Our Iguaca is critically endangered and breeds from January through June.  Since most birders visit Puerto Rico
from September through May, we encourage everyone to avoid any type of distress to this species as local and federal Laws protect them.

Please select your best birding option at the North Belt Corridor.
NORTH BELT CORRIDOR Birding Series
I N D I V I D U A L S · E X T E N D E D · F A M I L I E S  &  G R O U P · T O U R S
When you book directly with us, 100% of your money is spent locally, not abroad.
Take the road less traveled, explore, eat, drink, relax, enjoy!
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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE HOURS:  MONDAY - FRIDAY 2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Flexible departures
Celebrating
30 years in business!
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Several alternatives available depending your target species.
The North Belt Corridor is your best alternative if you are staying in Dorado.
· Birding Trips since 1992 ·
Certified Interpretive Tour Guide Service for the EcoSensitive Traveler
It is understood that when you complete the booking process, you agree with our Terms and Conditions.
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Arecibo on Foot
$95 pp

7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
The Triangle
$95 pp

7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
North Belt Corridor
$95 pp

7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
A non-refundable deposit is required. The company that handles the online booking software will charge you a fee of 6%, plus the credit
card transaction fee (2.3%+30¢). If you prefer to pay with direct deposit (bank to bank) or Western Union, please contact us.
  • EFFORT LEVEL: Moderate to
    challenging.
  • Saturdays and Sundays
  • A minimum of 2 PAX is required
  • Maximum, 8 PAX, but groups are
    welcomed!
  • Minimum age, 12 years old (two
    adults per children).
  • The price for a private half-day
    birding trip is $285 for up to 3 PAX.
  • Transportation, lunch, and tips are
    not included in price.
  • This birding trip starts and ends in
    Arecibo.
  • Participants must always use the
    face mask.
  • You will be walking approximately
    four hours through a countryside
    road.
  • Non-smokers only.
  • ENDEMIC BIRDS:  Woodpecker,
    Lizard Cuckoo, Bullfinch, Spindalis,
    Oriole, Tody, Mango, Flycatcher,
    Parrot, Vireo, Green Mango,
    Emerald, Adelaide´s Warbler.
  • SUBSPECIES: Pewee
  • Regular bird outings or regular SPECIAL SHARED EVENTS are not considered bird photography trips, for BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY,
    please visit this link.
  • For NIGHT OWLING, please contact us for availability and price.
  • Arecibo on Foot:  Once a minimum of 2 participants is reached, this birding trip will be opened as a SPECIAL SHARED EVENT.  
  • Solo travelers:  Solo travelers opening a SPECIAL SHARED EVENT will be charged the minimum of participants required to offer a trip
    is that minimum is not reached.  Deposits and/or payments are non-refundable.
  • Private birding trips are not available to be opened as a SPECIAL SHARED EVENT.
  • Bookings made with less than 72 hours in advance will be considered as private birding trips as there is not enough time to open it as a
    special shared event.
  • You must provide your own transportation (rented car) as you will follow the bird leader to each birding site.
  • It is understood that when you complete the booking process, you agree with our Terms and Conditions.
If what you are looking is not listed here, drop us an email at your convenience.
  • EFFORT LEVEL: Low-impact
  • Saturdays and Sundays
  • A minimum of 4 PAX is required.
  • Maximum, 8 PAX, but groups are
    welcomed!
  • Private birding trip.
  • Transportation, lunch, and tips are
    not included in price.
  • This birding trip starts and ends in
    Arecibo.
  • Participants must always use the
    face mask.
  • This activity includes driving to
    different birding spots with short
    walks.
  • Non-smokers only.
  • ENDEMIC BIRDS:  Mango, Tody,
    Spindalis, Woodpecker, Flycatcher,
    Oriole, Adelaide´s Warbler.
  • Excellent for migratory species and
    marine birds.
  • EFFORT LEVEL: Moderate.
  • Saturdays and Sundays
  • A minimum of 4 PAX is required
  • Maximum, 8 PAX, but groups are
    welcomed!
  • Private birding trip.
  • Transportation, lunch, and tips are
    not included in price.
  • This birding trip starts and ends in
    Quebradillas.
  • Participants must always use the
    face mask.
  • You will be walking approximately
    three hours at El Túnel Negro.
  • Non-smokers only.
  • ENDEMIC SPECIES:  Emerald,
    Green Mango, Mango, Tody,
    Spindalis, Bullfinch, Oriole, Lizard
    Cuckoo, Flycatcher, Adelaide´s
    Warbler, Woodpecker, Vireo
  • Some birds are seasonal, like the
    White-tailed Tropic Bird (January
    through August).
For European Nations,
please
contact us only via
regular phone or email.
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Transfers & transportation
available 24 hours.
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(787)
530-8311
OFFICE HOURS:  MONDAY -  FRIDAY
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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