Bird watching in Trinidad & Tobago travel guide
2 MINUTE SUMMARY
Keen birders know all about Big Days – when you attempt to see as many birds as you can in a 24 hour period. You won’t have any problems fulfilling this ambition in Trinidad and Tobago where there are 460 species living in a cornucopia of Caribbean habitats. However, in Trinidad and Tobago, as with everything, the ‘big’ thing is really all about the people who take you to see the birds. Because although it is a top ornithology destination it is also a leader in chill-ology, rum-ology, limbo-ology and beautiful beach-ology. And as bird watching vacations come with the most fantastic local guides, you can choose which “ology” you would like each day, to create the most stunning vacation around equally stunning birds, with the likes of white-tailed sabrewing and ruby-topaz hummingbirds, scarlet ibis and the gorgeous blue-crowned motmot. This bird watching in Trinidad and Tobago guide gives all the insider info on seeing birds, in paradise.