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Colombia: a reserve  in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, in the Cuchilla de San Lorenzo. The reserve, managed by Proaves, currently comprises 1024ha, between 950 and 2600m asl. The mountain holds the distinction of being the continental area with…

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Colombia:  situated in the Tatamá National Park in Risalralda Province. Montezuma Lodge is without doubt a must-stop if you are travelling to Colombia. The number of bird species you can observe along the “dirty road” is incomparable. Among them are…

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Colombia, Mitú: in the Amazonian region of Vaupés, this town offers great opportunities for observing typical Amazonian species. There is a good trail network leading from the twon but for the best areas you will need transport. Motorbike taxis are…

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Colombia, Minca: this restaurant is situated in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, an obligatory destination for birders visiting Colombia. It specialises in Italian cuisine and is the best in Minca. The pizzas and homemade pasta are…

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Colombia: in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the highest coastal mountain range in the world and full of endemics, in fact with the highest number of endemisms in one place in South America. Definitely a must for anyone interested in ornithology.…

Northern Colombia: The Reserva Faunal is in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. There are 4 endemic bird species in the reserve and more than 300 have been recorded in total, with up to 20 mammal species. Double rooms and a camping…

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