The world of the neotropical birds is one of the most magical and fascinating that nature can offer, with a great variety of colors, forms and songs that reflect the immense biodiversity that Colombia, one of the most paradisiacal countries in the world, has the honor to host.

From the colorful plumage of the tanagers, to the little striking of the woodcreepers, tinamues, tapaculos and doves; from the immensity of the harpy eagle and the condor of the Andes, to the sympathy of colorful manakins dancing to court a female, or the small hummingbirds that spend their time flying from flower to flower. All this awaits you in a megadiverse country like Colombia.

Colombia is currently recognized as the country with the highest diversity of bird species in the world, with around 1922 species! A good part of this list can encountered in the Colombian Pacific, where there are approximately 650 species. And here, for our luck, is Chocó, with its vast humid forests, still maintaining a high degree of conservation and representing the most important biodiversity hotspot in the world, serving as a home for various forms of life.

In Bahia Solano, several of these gems of nature can be found, some with the ease of appearing nearby while one is having lunch, and some others that require more patience and exploration in the jungle or in specific localities.

Among the greatest wonders of this place are the Blue and White Cotingas, the Purple-throated Fruitcrow, the Black-cheeked and Crimson-bellied Woodpeckers, the Blue and Scarlet-thighed Dacnis, the Red-capped Manakin, the Green Honeycreeper, the Rose-faced, Saffron-headed and Blue-headed Parrots, the Black-breasted and Pied Puffbirds, the White-tailed Trogon, and tanagers such as the Tawny-crested, Rufous-winged, Golden-hooded, Scarlet-browed, Scarlet-and-white, Summer, Plain-colored, Palm, Blue-grey, Blue-whiskered, among others. And of course, it cannot be left out, the unique and endemic Baudo Oropendola.

Part of the resources raised in our company are used for funding research and community work. That is why, when you attend our tours, you are not only enjoying but also contributing to the conservation of the natural ecosystem and improving the living conditions of native people.

The feathered wonders of the Colombian Pacific are waiting for you. So, what are you waiting for?

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