san pancho-chulavista

The San Pancho and Chulavista tour consists of a stop for an hour and a half in the San Pancho estuary where we can observe waterfowl, marsh, shorebirds and sea-birds; the tour continues along the same coast about twenty minutes north of San Pancho to reach the Laguna that is located in the community of Chulavista, the lagoon has a size of one hectare of wetland and more than 50 hectares of agriculture and Cattle ranch makes possible the observation of a great variety of birds and creates a perfect area for Birding.

 

Chulavista is located about twenty-five minutes north of Sayulita along the Pacific coast, where we can observe songbirds, trogons, parrots, parakeets, hummingbirds, cuckoos, doves, pigeon, kingfishers, woodpeckers, birds of prey, owls waterfowl, marsh and shorebirds, appreciating between 70 and 90 species of birds in an average of 4 to 5 hours of Birding.

san pancho-chulavista

the estuary is a lovely and enchanting place

 

2-3 persons $100/each

4-7 persons $  90/each

*Prices in US dollars

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Includes:

4 hr

Bilingual Guide

Round trip transport

Binoculars

Bird reference books

Breakfast

FAQ

- Where do your tours depart from?

We pick you up where are you staying

- What time does the tour start?

Summer time 7:00 am; Winter time the tour starts at 6:30 am (local time)

Afternoon trip, Summer 2:00 pm, Winter 3:30 pm

- How difficult is this hike?

Easy to moderate

 

SORRY, NO PETS

what to bring

Long Pants or Shorts

Closed in Shoes

Hat/Cap

Sunblock

Sunglasses

Camera

Insect Repellent

Flask with Water

Snack

No plastic disposable bottles

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