Knut Eisermann and Claudia Avendaño of CAYAYA BIRDING have been supporting the Los Tarrales tourism program since 2003 and have been studying the preserve's bird life since then. They compile the Tarrales bird checklist, taught former local guides, and advised on local birding logistics. They helped to develop Los Tarrales as one of the best birding spot in Guatemala. Take advantage of their detailed knowledge of the Los Tarrales avifauna and discover this nature preserve with them.
CAYAYA BIRDING offers tour packages in Los Tarrales from 2 to 4 days (including transport to and from Los Tarrales, transport within Los Tarrales, expert guiding, meals in Los Tarrales Lodge), which enable you to see a large portion of the 350 bird species recorded in Los Tarrales.
We plan the exploration of the diverse habitats of Los Tarrales according to the length of your stay of 2-4 days. Rain forest, cloud forest, pine-oak forest, scrub, shade coffee plantation, and pine forest from 750 to 3000 m altitude harbor different bird assemblages.
Birding tours in Los Tarrales with CAYAYA BIRDING
Videos from CAYAYA BIRDING tours in Los Tarrales
A Thicket Tinamou Crypturellus cinnamomeus singing devotedly.
Azure-rumped Tanager Tangara cabanisi feeding on fruit of Cecropia obtusifolia.
A Horned Guan Oreophasis derbianus walking on a branch.
A preening White Hawk Pseudastur albicollis in Los Tarrales.
A male Golden-fronted Woodpecker Melanerpes aurifrons working on a nest hole in a tree trunk.