Plan your own international birding trip with these suggested itineraries from Audubon partners.
Photo: Walker Golder/Audubon
The National Audubon Society’s International Alliances Program is proud to offer suggested trip itineraries to Guatemala and Colombia, with a focus on sites where we are actively engaged in improving bird-based tourism in and around Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs). We encourage you to read through these itineraries and speak with your chapter members, state group, birder friends, and travel companions about visiting these countries.
The below itineraries, organized by country, can be modified to accommodate a variety of interests; however, we urge you to visit the sites where Audubon is actively engaged in promoting bird-based tourism. Planning your own tour allows you the freedom to add or remove days, change hotel suggestions, include an evening conservation talk by the local Audubon partner, or replace an afternoon of birding with a visit to Jesuit or Mayan ruins or other nearby natural or cultural attractions etc..
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