Honduras is surprisingly not heavily visited yet by birders, however it has the largest percentage of fully forested areas in all of Central America. Vegetation varies from lush tropical rain forests, amazing cloud forests through pine forests, savannas, mangroves and coastal lagoons. Lot of these are protected areas and home to more than 750 bird species, including such sought-after ones like Lovely Cotinga, Honduran Emerald, Keel-billed & Tody Motmot, Prevost’s Ground Sparrow, Resplendent Quetzal, Great Green Macaw, Military Macaw, Yellow-naped & Yellow-headed Parrot, Long-tailed Woodcreeper, Three-wattled Bellbird, Golden-winged -, Vitelline & Cerulean Warbler, Black-crested Coquette, Tawny-throated Leaftosser, Ruddy Crake, Ocellated Quail and many more
Beside good birding Honduras offers some excellent lodges with amazing on-site wildlife and sometimes even with good local guidesl. The country's top lodge is at Pico Bonito National Park, but there are several other good sites to visit from the famous Copan Mayan ruins through La Tigra National Park, Lancetilla Botanical Gardens, Cerro Azul or Santa Barbara NP or Yojoa Lake, just to mention a few. The more we visit Honduras, the more we want to return! We truly hope you will feel the same after a successful tour with us there, so please come and join to discover this beautiful country!
We offer Honduras with different itineraries either travelling through the US or with direct London-Cayman flight! Please check details below, including printable Word versionsl! We offer different dates and even grand circuit of Honduras, please ask for details.
Phone: Call May-October; Text all year
+36 30-645-9318 or +36 30-211-0006
Call Nov-April: +506 84961012 or 84961417
ecotoursgabororban @ gmail.com
toucanbirdingecolodge @ gmail.com
Our first priority is to save habitats & species.
Secondly we would like to share our knowledge of wildlife and encourage you to participate directly or indirectly in protecting nature.
We are also working continuously on our carbon balance with developing our 23 hectares of wildlife reserve.