Bird Watching in Belize

Belize is truly a "birder's paradise". It is home to some 540 species of birds. Over 200 species migrate back and forth annually. More than 40% of Belize is designated as protected. It's the perfect destination to search out the magnificent jabiru stork, ornate hawk-eagle and blue-crowned motmot, scarlet macaws… and so many more.

We can arrange all-inclusive packages with knowledgeable local guides, you can travel between destinations and habitats…experiencing myriad adventures on your own, or we can arrange something in between. Travel within Belize is easy…whether it be by road, river, or light aircraft.

Two birding locations are perfect for a 7 night trip...
add another location if you can increase your stay.
To reserve your stay or receive more information… fill in the information form or, if it's easier... call us at 1-877-222-3549 (10AM to 5PM EST)
Orange Walk Adventure (7 Nights) based on double occupancy Includes accommodations, meals, domestic transfers, activities and taxes.
4 Night Package at Lamanai Outpost Lodge
3 Night Package at Chan Chich Lodge

from $US 2130.00 per person double occupancy
(November to April)

Bird Belize (9 Nights) Add a third great bird watching location in Western Belize or along the coast

Special Bird Watching Destinations

Lamanai Outpost Lodge is located in Orange Walk District on the banks of the crystal clear 28 mile long New River Lagoon. Lamanai is home to over 366 species of birds…in 5 distinct habitats. In addition, it's located next door to the spectacular Lamanai Maya Ruins, 2nd largest and longest occupied Maya site in Belize. Lamanai Outpost features Belize's only nighttime Spotlight River Safari.

Chan Chich Lodge offers miles of jungle trails that start right at your doorstep. Wake to the sound of nature's alarm clock, horseback ride to unexcavated Mayan ruins, or relax in a jungle pool and spa at the end of your day of unforgettable birding.

Chaa Creek Cottages or duPlooys- rise above the banks of the Macal River in the Cayo District ... also a great jumping off point for a visit to the Tikal Maya Ruins in Guatemala. Chaa Creek is home to its unique Natural History Centre and Butterfly Farm.

Jaguar Reef Lodge outside Hopkins Village, at the edge of the Caribbean Sea, offers trips into the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, pristine beaches with wonderful snorkeling, surrounded by Garifuna culture... descendants of West African slaves who intermarried with native Carib Indians.

Hidden Valley Inn an upscale 12 cottage, full service resort located on 7200 acres of private reserve in the Maya Mountains of Western Belize. Guests enjoy exclusive access to 90 miles of trails and secluded pools and waterfalls set in a tropical rainforest.