Colombia has been undergoing a very positive transformation in the past decade, and with the recent signing of a historic peace treaty we now have relatively unexplored areas opening up to bird tourism. We have chosen to highlight some of these areas, known as peace destinations, to offer a chance at some of the most sought-after birds in Colombia. The Anchicaya Valley on the Pacific Slope, the paramo ecosystems of the Colombian Massif, and the Amazonian piedmont of the Putumayo region.
- Bird the trampoline of diversity road for 2 days, enjoying an elevation gradient of 1,800 m (6,000 ft).
- Explore the San Agustin Archeological park, where the added bonus is 2 endemics: Dusky-headed Brush-finch and Colombian Chachalaca.
- See Andean Condors up close in the paramo of Purace National Park.
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Day 1: Arrive in Cali
Day 2: KM 18
Day 3 - 5: Anchicaya Watershed
Day 6: Popayan
Day 7: Purace National Park
Day 8: Patia Valley and Besuaco Road
Day 9-11: La Cocha Lagoon and Bordoncillo Paramo
Day 12 -14: Mocoa, Putumayo
Day 15: San Agustin
Day 16: Pitalito-Cali flight
Day 17: Depart Cali
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