With 587 recorded bird species, Belize is an amazing environment for avian life and has become a hotspot for birders around the world. Keel-billed toucans, Blue Crowned MotMots, and Laughing Falcons are common and abound around Table Rock’s 105 acres. More rare and thrilling to see are Orange Breasted Falcons, Northern Pootoos, and the elusive Lovely Cotinga. Led by some of Belize’s most respected birding guides, you’ll have a choice of birding right on Table Rock’s property or taking an excursion to the ruins of El Pilar for a longer morning of birding.
Drive Time from Table Rock:
On-Site Birding: 0 minutes
Birding at El Pilar Ruins: 40 minutes
Adventure Level: Easy to Moderate. Neither guided bird trip is strenuous, but the El Pilar trip does involve a few miles of difficult unpaved driving.
What to Wear & Bring: Shorts or long pants and a comfortable shirt with hiking or tennis shoes. Serious birders are encouraged to bring their own binoculars. Sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat are also recommended. Want to get a head start on your birding? Pick up your own copy of Birds of Belize (Corrie Herring Hooks Series).
On-Site Birding: 2.5 to 3 hours
Birding at El Pilar: Half-day
- Both excursions include licensed guide. Transportation to and from Table Rock and entrance fees are also included for the El Pilar trip.
- Minimum two persons
- A 50% cancellation fee applies to any tours booked and then cancelled by the guest less than 24 hours in advance
- Prices subject to change without notice