Focus on bird-watching but enjoy much more and get acquainted to Los Cabos area
Enjoy Birding / Bird watching while visiting Los Cabos which is home of 3 endemics and more than 100 residents, migrants & vagrants, yellowthroats, woodpeckers, flicker, gnatcatcher, hummingbirds, thrashers, warblers, sparrows, flycatchers, raptors , shorebirds and many more
Birding Is a nice easy activity for all ages we will visit different sites to enjoy the birds
while I share information of the ecology , historical and daily aspects of these beautiful region .
tour can be combined with other activities such as city tour, shopping tour, snorkel etc. . . . please ask for details
I will pick-you up at the tender pier Dock #4
we will go tho different sites in search of the birds
since they move depend upon the time of the day, season and weather
you will enjoy the landscape
our goal is to enjoy the endemics and as many birds
as you can enjoy like orioles, flycatcher, woodpeckers & flicker , warblers & sparrows and many more
then I will take you back to the pier to catch the tender going back to your cruise.
hoping that you will comeback and spend longer time
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 4 hours
NOTICE: I need to know exact Name , arrival & departure time of your cruise
I can customize for a bigger family or Group please ask details
transportation will be depend upon number of participants but all of them have A/C.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 US$ - If you want to have lunch or extra drinks
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I took a 4 hour and an 8 hour tour with Maria, both fantastic. I've been birding many times in Mexico by myself, and going out with a guide made a huge difference. We saw all four endemic birds and a mix of rare ones. Maria knows all the crooks and corners where to find things. She was also very useful in differentiating a swath of birds that are hard to identify if you aren't a guide -- sandpipers, gulls, and warblers. I got some great photos and ended up seeing 50 or so new species. Highly recommend.