Since 1997

Excursion

Your Visit


The National Botanical Gardens (Santo Domingo) - Villa Barrancoli Birding Lodge (Rabo de Gato Nature Trail, Puerto Escondido) – Zapoten Cloudforest (Northern Slope of Sierra de Bahoruco National Park) – Loma Charco Azul (La Placa, Sierra de Bahoruco National Park) - Cachote (Padre Miguel Domingo Fuerte Natural Monument on the Southern Slope of the Sierra de Bahoruco Mountains) - Los Haitises National Park (Ridgway's Hawk site near the town of Sabana de la Mar) – Paraiso Caño Hondo Eco Lodge

Itinerary


  • First Day - Pick up in Santo Domingo

    Morning pick up in Santo Domingo to bird the National Botanical Gardens, then leave the city and begin making our way to the birding lodge with a brief stop in the city of Azua for lunch on route, then continue west to the Villa Barrancoli Birding Lodge (in the village of Puerto Escondido de Duverge) and the adjacent Rabo de Gato Trail for afternoon birding, then night at the lodge.

  • Second Day - Drive up to Zapoten Cloud Forest
  • Third Day - Birding at Loma Charco Azul
  • Fourth Day - Drive back up the southern slope of Sierra de Bahoruco
  • Fifth Day - Walk for Ridgway’s Hawk

Tours Price

  • 1 person private tour: USD $2,500 per person
  • 2 person private tour: USD $1,500 per person
  • 3 person private tour: USD $1,250 per person
  • 4 person private tour: USD $1,150 per person
  • 5 person private tour: USD $1,050 per person
  • 6 person private tour: USD $950 per person

Contact

  • +1-849-205-0882
  • Monday-Saturday 9.00 AM – 6.00 PM Sunday 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM
  • List 3Calle José Gabriel Garcia 105, Zona Colonial Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
  • katetody@gmail.com

FAQ

  • Climate and Condition

    CLIMATE: Temperatures year round are in the 80s. In the mountains early mornings will be cool to the mid 50s. The trip habitats range from the arid southwest to very humid coastal. Elevations range from sea level to 5,000 feet.
    Rain is a possibility at almost any time of year.

    CONDITIONS: Walking generally on maintained paths and trails, NO bushwhacking. The drive to the high mountain area is VERY bad, but once there the road is level or slightly inclined.

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