Birding in Cuba.
Birdlife is one of the hidden treasures of Cuba. With more than 354 species, 21 of which are endemic, such as the charming Cuban Tody (Todus multicolor), the Cuban Trogon (Priotelus temnurus, the national bird), and many other Caribbean specialties. Probably the main star is the Bee Hummingbird (Mellisuga helenae), the smallest bird on the entire planet. Also a good opportunity to spot a lot of migratory birds from North America, flying hundreds of miles to, over winter, look for the Cuban sun. Who blames them? Take a look at the species checklist and then just ask us to tailor a tour that suits you and your party. Remember, all of our tours are specially designed to your needs, so there are no set dates, it’s your decision when and how you would like to go birding in Cuba.
On our birding tours, you will be hosted by not only a Cuba 360 birding guide. Also, we’ll have local guides from each area we’ll visit teamed up with your Cuba 360 specialist to make sure you get the most out of every location.
Visiting: Havana+ San Diego de los Baños+ Zapata Swamp+ Camaguey+ Najasa+ Cayo Coco
Duration: 10 days, 9 nights
Price: starting $1650/ per person
Visiting: Havana+ San Diego de los Baños+ Viñales+ Zapata Swamp+ Trinidad+ Camaguey+ Najasa+ Cayo Coco
Duration: 15 days, 14 nights
Price: starting $2350/ per person
Next scheduled birding tour will start in:
*Our birding groups sizes vary from 4 to 12 travelers. There is no size restriction for a private tour; there might be a surcharge on the price though.
*If you don’t find a date and/or itinerary that suits you, feel free to contact us and we’ll make it for you.