Andean Motmot (Momotus aequatorialis)
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Light - Moderate - Hardcore
At Go Birding Colombia we can design your perfect adventure according to your own preferences, dates, and duration of the trip, number and people you choose, pace of the trip, target birds, mammals, frogs, reptiles, plants, natural and cultural interests, particular diet and any other detail that you consider to enjoy a unique experience immersed in the Colombian nature.
General itinerary and target species:
(E) endemic, (NE) near-endemic, (NT) near threatened, (VU) vulnerable,
(EN) endangered, (CR) critically endangered.
Day 1 - Arrive Bogotá:
Pick-up at El Dorado International Airport, transfer to hotel, and welcome dinner.
Day 2 - An unforgettable nature adventure begins here...
Final Day - Depart Bogotá.
Breakfast, hotel pick-up, and transfer to El Dorado International Airport.
Biologists and bilingual professional guides.
Quality hotels and lodges.
All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and drinking water throughout the tour).
Full ground transportation in quality spacious vehicles.
All entrances fees.
Basic travel insurance.
Travel expenses such as: departure taxes, passports, visas, immunizations, medical costs, evacuation, optional excursions, room service, beverages, laundry, excess baggage, tips and expenses of a purely personal nature or arising from the delay or extension of a trip due to causes beyond our control.
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