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Resplendant Quetzals tick all the boxes, stunning looking, bizarre and rare! So, where would you go to see this gorgeous bird? Costa Rica is certainly one place where you have an excellent chance of catching a glimpse of this forest dweller.

We have been asked to put together a tour to bird filled Costa Rica and of course we said yes! Costa Rica is a small country with a big bird list and stunning scenery, it is safe and friendly so making it an ideal country to visit.

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Our tour visits a wide variety of habitats including both the Pacific and Caribbean coasts ensuring a huge number of birds can be enjoyed. We expect to see over 300 species during our trip. Our tour runs from 8th - 24th November and we would love you to be part of our small group, maximum six participants with three guides, so everyone has the very best chance of seeing all the birds and excellent customer care. We know it is your special holiday and we do everything possible to ensure our trips are perfect for you.

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If you would like details of this wonderful birdwatching trip to an amazing country we would love to send you more information. Simply drop us a line at...

There are limited places left on this trip so if you would like to join us do get in touch soon! We are at Bird Fair, at Rutland Water all three days if you would like a chat about this or any of ours trips do come over to the Leica stand any afternoon. Or of course you can always call us here on....

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