Amazon Birdwatching

Nightjar in the Amazon

The Amazon rainforest is a birdwatcher’s paradise, teeming with over 3,000 species of birds. From the brightly coloured macaws and toucans to the more elusive nightjar (see picture above) and herons, there is a bird for everyone to see in the Amazon.

Tucan Amazon Lodge is excellent for birdwatching

Amazon birdwatching - kingfisher
King fisher is a common bird in the Amazon

Tucan Amazon Lodge offers the opportunity to experience the thrill of Amazon birdwatching. Our cabins, hidden among the trees on the lake’s edge, offer a front-row seat to the amazing variety of birdlife in the rainforest and river network.

Our guides will take you on guided walks through the dense forest, and canoeing in small channels, helping you to spot and identify different bird species. You’ll learn about the birds’ behaviour, habitat, and calls, and you’ll have the chance to take stunning photos.

How is a Amazon birdwatching package?

We offer a variety of birdwatching packages to suit all interests and budgets. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced birdwatcher, we can compose a package that’s right for you.
In addition to our standard jungle programs, which always include a birdwatching component, we also offer specialized Amazon birdwatching packages. These packages are designed for bird enthusiasts who want to spend more time exploring the amazing birdlife of the Amazon.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable birdwatching experience, Tucan Amazon Lodge is the right choice for you. Contact us today.