A bird watcher’s paradise
At Tambor Tropical, sometimes one can just lie by the pristine, blue-tiled pool and spot two scarlet macaws in the trees overhead. Or at the bar, see hummingbirds dart to the feeders stationed around the resort. For bird watchers of all skill and interest levels, Tambor Tropical offers an experience of a lifetime. The area has been developing as Costa Rica’s next premiere bird watching destination and has fostered a vibrant birding culture. The Tambor Bay Birding Association organizes and promotes birding tourism in Tambor Bay and if you are interested in incorporting birding into your stay at Tambor Tropical we encourage you to visit the Tambor Bay Birding website for more information.
The areas main trail system begins behind the hotel and runs through a diverse set of habitats including mangroves, lagoons, and tropical forest. It is not uncommon to record a species list of over 100 birds in a single morning, making these perhaps the most productive birding trails in Costa Rica.
Truly, Tambor Tropical is a bird watcher’s paradise, with close to 300 different bird species recorded on and around the property. You don’t even need to be a birding aficionado to appreciate the variety of birds in this special area.
Tambor Tropical frequently entertains guests from all over the world seeking the finest bird watching on the globe. The Tambor Tropical area, and the nearby Curú Wildlife Reserve and Cabo Blanco National Park, offer some of the best birding on the Nicoya Peninsula in addition to the 850 acre Tambor Tropical Farms.
Rainforest Publications™ has developed artistically accurate portrayals of country-specific birds and wildlife guides for many countries. In support of local education, they will donate the purchase of their guides from the hotel lobby to Tambor Bay School.
All photos on this site are authentic to Tambor and the vicinity.
“There hasn’t been an instrument invented that could measure how much this special place means to me and my family. Beautiful as always and amazing memories.”
- Mitch, Andrea and Sandra, Toronto, Canada