The Route of Birds
Due to its privileged geographical position, Nicaragua is the natural bridge where meet species from north and south America.
This characteristic is what gives this wonderful land of incredible habitats the house for this priceless biodiversity which is the Biosphere Reserve Rio San Juan.
Until the beginning of 2007 644 species, had been recorded which means 8% of known birds in the world. Nicaragua Biosphere reserve is home to two of the 24 that exist in Mesoamerica and the 531 that exist in the world.
The Biosphere Reserve of Rio San Juan, besides being the largest watershed and important artery of Central America is not covered yet and the best kept secret for birdwatching in the region. Do not delay! Take your binoculars and embark with us on this intense journey.
Where to go
MANAGUA – SAN CARLOS – SOLENTINAME
SOLENTINAME – ISLAND OF PAJARERA – THE GUATUZOS
THE GUATUZOS – SAN CARLOS – EL CASTILLO
EL CASTILLO – POCOSOL RIVER – EL CASTILLO
EL CASTILLO – BARTOLA
BARTOLA – INDIAN MAIZE – BARTOLA
BARTOLA – SARNOSA – GREYTOWN
GREYTOWN – INDIAN RIVER– GREYTOWN
GREYTOWN – MANAGUA
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to airport for flight back to Managua.