Bird Watching

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Explore Cozumel’s birdwatching paradise!

RATES

  • $75 USD

Highlights

If you’re a bird and wildlife watching enthusiast, this is the perfect tour for you. Visit the old town of El Cedral and the jungle around the Cozumel Cha’an Ka’an planetarium with a few surprises between.

Tour Description:

“El Cedral” is one of Cozumel’s hidden treasures for bird watchers, insect photographers, and wildlife lovers. The Mango and Emerald hummingbirds or the endemic Vireo are some of the natives that we should see. Your birding specialist will show you some of their secret birding and wildlife spots and share some aspects of Mayan history throughout the day.

After leaving Cedral, everyone will be invited to have some fresh fruits and drinks to refresh before the tour continues to the jungle around the Cozumel Cha’an Ka’an Observatory, where your guide will share with you some of the local history and how the Mayans began to populate the island. You’ll also learn about the 5 different ecosystems that exist, how they interact, and how they contribute to the magic that Cozumel has become for a millennium.

Continuing with the tour, you will end where we started, at the Sunset Beach Restaurant and Bar. You will be able to cool off and take a dip in the beautiful Caribbean Sea and enjoy a complimentary soft drink or local beer along with a delicious snack.

At the end of the tour, you will have time to enjoy and refresh yourself in the Caribbean Sea during the last stop at Sunset. (optional)

What to bring?

  • Cash or credit cards for photographic or boutique purchases.
  • Swimwear
  • Solar Protection (glasses, hat, rashguard)
  • Sunscreen is prohibited*

Duration

5 hours

Minimun age

12 years

IMPORTANT NOTES

The tour includes:

  • Round trip transportation
  • Nature and Bird Specialist Guide

*Remember that the use of sunscreen is prohibited for the sake of preserving our marine life.
Please be sure to use alternative sun protection such as a rash guard, sunglasses, and a hat.