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Bosque Pomac – Chaparri (EA111)

A two day great option for birders or nature lover who would like to see several endemic species and specialties for the Tumbesian dry forests. Includes a comfortable night at Chaparri Lodge and it is complement to any visit to the archaeological sites of Northern Peru like the Huaca Rajada (Cracked Pyramid) ,Lord of Sipan, El Brujo, Lady of Cao, Chan Cahn Sun & Moon pyramids and other interesting ceremonial centres.

Available all year round


Day 1: Bosque de Pomac and Chaparri Reserve
From Chiclayo we drive north to access the Bosque de Pomac, this location is very good for to find some rare endemics of the Northern Peru such as the Tumbes Tyrant, Tumbes Swallow, Peruvian Plantcutter, Cinereous Finch, Rufous Flycatcher and will try to find the Peruvian Thick-knee. There is more than pleny to be seen as we get to the Chaparri Reserve where Chaparri Lodge is located facing a dry forest and steep Andean foothills. This area is also well-know for supporting efforts to conserve and recover healtly habitat for the Andean Bear Chaparri Lodge is by far the best place to see the iconic White-winged Guan, a successful story of a nearly exctinct species achieved in the 80s. Birding before dinner may be a good chance to find Scrub Nightjar, Collared Warbling-Finch, Short-tailed Field Tyrant, Sulfur-throated Finch, and Parrot-billed Seedeater.(L,D)
Day 2: Chaparri Reserve – Chiclayo
Lots to see before breakfast. The surrounding dry forest host several other species such as the Croacking Ground-Dove, Baird´s Flycatchers, Golden-bellied Grossbeak and the White-edged Oriole. Even more, there is always a chance to add more birds to our list. Singing pairs of Speckle-breasted and Superciliated Wrens can be found not far from the Chaparri Lodge, also Collared Antshrike, Elegant Crescentchest Plumbeous-backed Thrush, Orange-crowned Euphonia, Long-tailed Mockingbirds, White-tailed Jay, Gray-and-White Tyrannulet, Tumbes Pewee, Necklaced Spinetail Pacific Elaenia, White-headed Brush-Finch and Tumbes Hummingbird. Do not miss the chance to see hummingbirds such as Long-billed Starthroat, the Purple-collared Woodstar and Amazilia Hummingbird taking a refreshing bath in the nearby creeks of Chaparri Lodge. Our transfer to Chiclayo will be by the late afternoon. (B,L)


  • Private transportation
  • Specialized birding guide
  • Bird checklist
  • Accomodation in Chaparri Lodge
  • Meals described in itinerary (B=breakfast,L=lunch, BL=box lunch, D=dinner)
  • Entrance fees

Not Included

  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Soft drinks
  • Personal phone calls
  • Tips

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