MAZATLAN BIRDING TOURS
Come with us on a getaway to the Sierra Madre Mountains for a unique hiking experience, see breathtaking landscapes and enjoy some of the best birdwatching in Sinaloa, Mexico!
This adventure will take you through beautiful pine and oak forests in the heart of the Sierra Madre Mountains to visit the Tufted Jay Preserve, located 6,000 ft. above sea level, near the border of the states of Durango and Sinaloa. This particular ecosystem is the year round home for the Tufted Jay or “Chara Pinta”, an elusive bird species endemic to these forests.
A delicious traditional
breakfast will be waiting for you upon arrival
hosted by people from the community of El
Palmito and we will meet our experienced local
guide who will take us out on an amazing hiking
experience through the trails and canyons of the
preserve in search for local birds of the region
that live among these forests. We will stop on
several lookouts for some great photo
opportunities and breathtaking scenery.
Explore the Sierra Madre Mountains in Sinaloa joined by wildlife specialists and guides from the local community.
Amazing hiking experience through beautiful mountain trails surrounding the canyons and valleys of the preserve among pine and oak forests.
Visit the Baluarte River Bridge, the highest suspension bridge in the world!
Cruise Passengers: Yes! This excursion is available to you and will work with most cruise schedules. Pick-up and drop-off from your cruise is even included in the price!
Runs: Wednesday and Friday at 7:00 AM.
Duration: 8 Hours Approximately.
Departs: Complimentary Pick-Up at Your Mazatlan Hotel. Specific meeting instructions will be included in your confirmation email.
Kids: All ages are welcome. Kids prices apply to ages 6 to 11 years. Kids under 5 are free.
WITH YOUR RESERVATION!