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
Daily upon request
Hotel, port, airport
9 -10 hours
1 - 4 PAX
|San Juan Port: you can book this birding trip if you are ready and out of the ship not later than
8:00 AM, ship should depart at 9:00 PM or later.
Yes, you are right! You asked for it, we did it! We just improved the North Belt Corridor Birding Trip as a full-day trip
instead of a half-day and now it includes transportation from San Juan. This is an excellent birding opportunity for slow
mobility birders. Pick-up / drop-off is available from San Juan port and airport, and hotels located at the Old San Juan,
Condado, and Isla Verde. If you need transportation from other areas, please contact us for quote and availability.
|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.
listen to them.
|NORTH BELT CORRIDOR BIRDING TRIP NORTH
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