Equador - Pichincha e Napo 13 dias/12 noites

Descrição 

O Equador é um dos países com maior riqueza de aves do mundo e apesar de ser um dos menores países da América do Sul, conta com aproximadamente 1684 espécies de acordo com o Comitê Equatoriano de Registros Ornitológicos. O país é famoso pelos endemismos das ilhas galápagos, porém cerca de 130 espécies têm mais de 90% de sua distribuição no Equador e apesar de apenas 7 espécies de aves continentais serem consideradas endêmicas do país é um dos melhores destinos para observar aves do Páramo, Chocó, Yungas e região amazônica do Napo. O Noroeste do Equador é uma das rotas de turismo de observação de aves mais visitadas na América do Sul, pois apresenta elevada riqueza de aves e circuito preparado para atender aos observadores e fotógrafos de natureza, tendo pousadas, parques e serviço turístico implementado com a vantagem de ser acessado facilmente a partir de Quito. Esta viagem abrange os dois lados dos Andes, o vale seco intermontano de Quito e os ambientes alto-andinos nas reservas Antisana e Cayambe-Coca.

Espécies

Occelated Tapaculo, Blackish Tapaculo, Black, Glossy and Masked Flowerpiercers, Powerfull Woodpecker, Scarlet-bellied Mountain Tanager, Hooded Mountain-Tanager, Superciliaried Hemispingus, Spectacled Whitestart, Blue-backed Conebill, Sword-billed Hummingbird, Great Sapphirewing, Sapphire-vented Puffleg, Golden-breasted Puffleg, Tyrian Metaltail, Buff-winged Starfrontlet, Crowned Chat-tyrant, Tawny-rumped Tyrannulet, White-capped Dipper, Torrent Duck, Andean Cock-of-the-Rock, Plate-billed Mountain-Toucan, Toucan Barbet, Red-faced Spinetail, Rufous-crowned Tody-flycatcher, Spillman’s Tapaculo, Yellow-breasted Antpitta, Streaked Tuftedcheek, Blue-winged Mountain-Tanager, Blue-capped Tanager, Golden Tanager, Dusky Bush-tanager, Chocó Brush-Finch, Rufous-headed Pygmy-Tyrant, Strong-billed Woodcreeper, Moustached Antpitta, Barred Hawk, Green-and-black Fruiteater, Dark-backed Wood-Quail, Buff-tailed Coronet, Fawn-breasted Brilliant, Violet-tailed Sylph, Velvet-purple Coronet, Empress Brilliant, Booted Racket-tail, Purple-throated Woodstar, White-tailed Hillstar, Hoary Puffleg, Golden-headed Quetzal, Club-winged Manakin, Chocó Warbler, Ochre-breasted Tanager, Immaculate Antbirds, Scale-crested Pygmy-Tyrant, Golden-winged Manakin, White-bearded Manakin, Rufous Motmot, Broad-billed Momot, Pale-vented Thrush, Yellow-collared Chloroponia, Collared Trogon, Chocó Trogon, Glistening-green Tanager, Rufous-winged Tyrannulet, Rufous-throated Tanager, Rufous-rumped Antwren, Slaty Antwren, White-shouldered Tanager, Yellow-tufted Dacnis, Tawny-breasted Myiobius, Esmeraldas Antbird, Western Woodhaunter, Green-fronted Lancebill, Green Thorntails, Green-crowned Brilliants, White-whiskered Hermit, Purple-chested Hummingbird, Black-and-white Seedeater, Cloud-forest Pygmy-Owl, Brown-capped Tyrannulets, Pale-mandibled Aracari, Orange-fronted Barbet, Scarlet-browed Tanager, Tawny-crowned Greenlet, Rufous-winged Tanager, White-whiskered Puffbird, Chestnut-backed Antbird, Bicolored Antbird, Plumbeous Hawk, Western Slaty Antshrike, Checker-throated Antwren, Tawny-faced Gnatwren, Yellow-margined Flatbill, Greenish Elaenia, Sulphur-rumped Myiobius, Plain Xenops, Slate-throated Gnatcatcher, Red-rumped Woodpecker, Blue-crowned Manakin, Guayaquil Woodpecker, Purple-throated Fruitcrow, Scarlet-rumped Cacique, Snowy-throated Kingbird, Black-winged Saltator, Indigo Flowerpiercer, Moss-backed Tanager, Rosy-faced Parrot, Black-and-white Becard, Glisting-green Tanager, Rufous-throated Tanager, Black Solitaire, Spotted Barbtail, Chocó Vireo, Orange-breasted Fruiteater, Black-chinned Mountain-Tanager, Pacific Tuftedcheek, Oilbirds, Giant Antpitta, Ochre-breasted Antpitta, Moustached Antpitta, Western Hemispingus, Rusty-winged Barbtail, Plushcap, Grass-green Tanager, Slaty Finch, Colombian Screech-owl, Andean Condor, Carunculated Caracara, Andean Gull, Black-tailed Trainbearer, Scrub Tanager, Blue-and-yellow Tanager, Southern Yellow-Grosbeak, Rufous-bellied Seedsnipe, Ecuadorian Hillstar, Many-striped Canastero, White-chinned Thistletail, Black-billed Shrike-Tyrant, Brown-backed Chat-Tyrant, Giant Conebill, Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle, Viridian Metaltail, Black-backed Bush-Tanager, Tourmaline Sunangel, White-bellied Woodstar, Bar-bellied Woodpecker, White-banded Tyrannulet, Blue-backed Conebill, Black-capped Hemispingus, Black-eared Hemispingus, Slaty Brush-Finch, Pale-naped Brush-Finch, Gray-hooded Bush-Tanager, Gray-breasted Mountain-Toucan, Mountain Avocetbill, Highland Tinamou, Bicolored Antvireo, Peruvian Antpitta, White-faced Nunbird, Smoky Bush-Tyrant, Inca Jay, Black-billed Peppershrike, Wattled Guan, Sickle-winged Guan, Masked Trogon, Highland Motmot, Striped Treehunter, Long-tailed Antbird, Slate-crowned Antpitta, Black-chested Fruiteater, White-capped Tanager, Northern Mountain Cacique, Subtropical Cacique, Ecuadorian Piedtail, Napo Sabrewing, Black-throated Brilliant, Violet-fronted Brilliant, Wire-crested Thorntail, Gould’s Jewelfront, White-tipped Sicklebill, Gorgeted Woodstar, Violet-headed Hummingbird, Goldeneyed Flowerpiercer, Yellow-throated Tanager, White-tailed Hillstar, Lemon-browed Flycatcher and much more!

Itinerário

  • 1º dia: Chegada ao aeroporto de Quito e traslado ao Puembo Birding Garden.
  • 2º Dia: Puembo Birding Garden para Tambo Condor.
  • 3º Dia: Tambo Condor para Cabañas San Isidro.
  • 4º Dia: Cabañas San Isidro.
  • 5º Dia: Cabañas San Isidro para Wildsumaco Lodge.
  • 6º Dia: Wildsumaco Lodge.
  • 7º Dia: Wildsumaco Lodge para Guango Lodge.
  • 8º Dia: Guango Lodge para Sachatamia Lodge.
  • 9º dia: Refúgio Paz de Las Aves. Hospedagem em Sachatamia Lodge.
  • 10º Dia: Refúgio de Aves Milpe, Mirador Rio Blanco, San Tadeo. Alojamento Sachatamia Lodge;
  • 11º dia: Rio Silanche. Hospedagem no Piripe Wellnes Lodge;
  • 12º dia: Reserva Amagusa e Caverna dos Guácharos. Piripe Wellnes Lodge;
  • 13º dia: Estrada velha de Nono, Reserva Yanacocha. Aeroporto Internacional.

Contato


Quando ir

  • Junho a Novembro.

Tarifário 2020

  • 1 PAX USD8.330,00 (Para Tour Privado);
  • 2 PAX USD4.953,00 por pessoa (Para grupo com duas pessoas);
  • 3 PAX USD4.105,00 por pessoa (Para grupo com três pessoas);
  • 4 PAX USD3.535,00 por pessoa (Para grupo com quatro pessoas).
  • Adicional para quarto individual USD650,00

Incluso

  • Acomodações em quarto duplo;
  • Refeições (Café da manhã, almoço e jantar);
  • Transporte;
  • Entradas;
  • Água mineral;
  • Guia ornitológico.

Não Incluso

  • Drinks, serviços de bar e frigobar;
  • Lavanderia;
  • Telefonemas;
  • Seguro viagem;
  • Passagens aéreas.

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