Costa Rica Bird Trip in January

Resplendent quetzalJoin BVAS Migrating Birders next January on a 10-day tour of Costa Rica birding hotspots.  The trip includes 2-night stops at La Selve OTS Biological station, Arenal Volcano area, Carara National Park, and Cerro de la Muerta.  Each one of these areas is home to a tremendous variety of species.
This trip has something for everyone, novice and seasoned birders, whether or not you’ve ever visited Costa Rica before.  We’ll be visiting some of Costa Rica’s best birding spots, staying in top-rated resorts, comfortably transported by private minibus, and led by an expert bilingual birding guide.  And while birding is primary, we have included some other fun things along the way.
The trip cost is $2,850 per person, double occupancy, not counting air transportation to Costa Rica.  Single supplement fee is $530.  The price includes 11 nights of lodging, most meals, bus transportation, and guides.  The trip is limited to 14 people, and is expected to fill up quickly.  A deposit of $500 is required to hold your space.
A detailed trip itinerary is attached to the Summer digital edition of the newsletter and is also available at the Nature Center.

For further information or to register, email Marilyn Hendron at or call 760-730-1966.

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