THE PARROTS OF THE BOLIVIA
* The 3 endemic species (Blue-throated macaw, Red-fronted macaw and Cliff parakeet) are guarantee to be seen.
September 21-29, 2020
$3,050 per person (with 6 people)
(The price will drop if we have 7 or 8 people,
and the trip is limited to 8 total)
September 29 - October 5th
$1,800 per person (requires 5-8 people)
Ever wonder what parrots do all day in the wild?
Phoenix Landing invites you to explore the parrots of the Bolivia,
in concert with the World Parrot Trust. This action packed tour is organized and led by José Antonio Díaz Luque, the Executive Director of Parrot Conservation Bolivia (CLB)and the Conservation Programs Facilitator for the World Parrot Trust. This exciting yet low impact X day/X night adventure that will take us across many parts of Bolivia where we will experience well over a dozen different species of parrots in the wild, if not more. From the smaller conures to the endangered red front and blue throated macaws, you'll be able to observe wild parrots up close and marvel at their beauty, ingenuity and social dynamics. If you ever wondered why your parrot was acting a certain way, come to see them in the wild and understand why first hand!
Arrive in Santa Cruz on September 21st and be ready to start our adventures on Tuesday, September 22nd.
Prices for the main tour and extension include:
* transfers to the airport, transport (4x4 cars with AC),
* hotels (singles or double)
* 3 meals per day, water, tea and coffee
* entrance fee to protected areas
* local airplane tickets
* a $250 tax deductible donation to Parrot Conservation Bolivia
Price does not include:
* international airfare to Santa Cruz
* alcohol or drinks other than water, tea andcoffee
This document is a list of the parrots we may see. The red squares mean those are our target speciies of the day. The green squares mean those are the species viewed on other trips, so they may be seen on this trip as well.
For the main tour, a total of 29 parrot species have the potential to be seen, including 7 macaw species.
For the main tour + extension, a total of 44 parrot species have the potential to be seen, including 11 macaw species.