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Bird Watching Desembocada Vallejo

Bird Watching Desembocada Vallejo


Sierra Vallejo it is a place that cannot miss any birdwatcher who visits the area of Puerto Vallarta

5 hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation


  • Trogons
  • Eagles, Hawks
  • Blue mockingbird
  • Painted bunting and more

Added Safety Measures in Place


  • Roundtrip Transportation from the meeting point location
  • Continental breakfast and refreshments
  • Bilingual Certified Guide
  • Water for refill, soft drinks and granola bars

  • Meals no mentioned
  • Beverages not mentioned
  • Souvenirs
  • Optional Gratuities
  • Transportation to and from the meeting point from your hotel

Please Note

Please wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes, bring camera, hat, sunblock, insect repellent and money for extras. Fitness level: Moderate flexible. Most walks are not difficult, but some moderate walks on natural trails or unpaved roads will be necessary. All participants must be able to walk on their own for short distances over natural or unpaved trails.

From US$120

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Bird Watching Desembocada Vallejo

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The forest in this area makes it an excellent option for bird watchers lovers as some of the bird species reported are the trogons, the birds of prey (eagles, hawks), magpie jay, blue mockingbird, endemic chachalacas, painted bunting, as well as various species of flycatchers and warblers, among others.
This amazing tour will surpass all of our guests’ expectations. It is one of the “must-do attractions” in Puerto Vallarta today.

This tour is a great opportunity for guests to share the wonder of the vast diversity of Mexico’s plant and birds species with the world. Thanks to the efforts of several civil associations, this was declared a protected natural area in 2004, allowing the conservation of its diversity of plants and animals.

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