Mike Freiberg
Nikon Birding Market Specialist

Eco-tourism seems to be making a huge push through the tropics these days. Especially with the conservation concerns that surround many species in the western hemisphere. After traveling through Latin America extensively for the last eight years I have concluded that Panama is the front-runner.


Lisa White- Editor for Houghton Mifflin Publishers

The Panama La Verde Birding Circuit offers a rich, rewarding Panamanian experience. I enjoyed the fireplace suites at Los Quetzales Ecolodge in the cloud forest, the country charm of the Park Eden B&B in El Valle, the lush views at Hostal Casa de Campo in Cerro Azul, and the Albrook Inn’s convenience and proximity to the Canal. I would happily return to eat more delicious food, visit with the friendly people, and see more beautiful birds 

Bill Thompson, III- Editor Bird Watcher's Digest

Panama's rising reputation as a world-class birding destination is well deserved. The country is beautiful, the people are friendly, the tourism infrastructure is excellent, and some of tropical America's most fascinating birds are incredibly easy to see. If you are planning a birding trip to this famous isthmus of land connecting the continents of North and South America, you owe it to yourself to check out what Panama La Verde Birding Circuits has to offer. Their member inns and lodges stretch like a necklace across Panama, offering access to all the best birding habitats with itineraries customized to fit your plans, pace, and budget.


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