Rancho La Merced National Wildlife Refuge is home to a great variety of birds. More than 310 species have been counted in and around the refuge.
Since 1971, the conservation of the diverse natural habitats found in the refuge has attracted many birds, mammals, insects and reptiles, which have found in the refuge, a sanctuary to feed and reproduce in the forest, wetlands and mangroves.
The trails pass through different habitats, giving you the opportunity to observe a large number of birds, maximizing your birding experience in Costa Rica.
Our guides will take you on an incredible half-day hike, helping you count the numerous birds found in the refuge, explaining their behavior, and sharing with you valuable information about this neotropical bird sanctuary. It is very common to observe up to 50 to 60 species during the morning.
The tour lasts half a day, or 3 hours approximately. Minimum reservation for two people.
Departure from Uvita
Uvita, Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica
Rancho la Merced
34, Uvita, Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica
What this tour includes
Guide specialized in birds
Travel Packing Checklist
Refillable water bottle
Hat or cap