Birding at Pipeline Road

DSC00163DSC00031DSC00243Early in the morning we are picked up at the lobby of our hotel and transferred to Soberania National Park in the Panama Canal Watershed. We will reach world renowned Pipeline Rd. by vehicle and start our hike from the entrance.

Pipeline Road,  is a dirt road that goes through the heart of this national park and affords us views of some of the diverse bird life that abounds in the area.

Eight species of wrens, five trogons, four puffbirds, three motmots, many antbirds and even more flycatchers have been reported from the road.

Besides birds, you’ll hear or even see Howler monkeys or other mammal life like sloth, anteaters and agoutis.

Includes: Transportation, English- Speaking tour guide, entrance fees & box lunch.

What to bring: Comfortable clothes and shoes, hat, sunglasses, binoculars.

Duration: 6 hours.

Note: This tour is recommended for the early morning hours when the bird and animal activity are highest.