Half-day tour (3-5 hours)
English, Espanol, Francais
Located 40 km from the city of Cartagena on the Baru peninsula, is the largest Aviary in South America; Which has as one of its objectives the investigative work, which includes the captive reproduction of mainly threatened species, for which it is intended to establish institutional alliances and work associative aspects with the environmental authorities.
In the national aviary, you will be guided through the modern and representative display of birdlife in natural environments, you will know the Colombian diversity which is the first country in diversity of bird species in the world. Colombia has almost 20% of species identified worldwide. It currently has 1,913 species, of which 76 are endemic.
This aviary contains 170 native bird species, 20 exotic bird species, and 2000 specimens. Three endemic species: Paujil piquiazul (Crax Alberti), Caribbean Guacharaca (Ortalis garrula), and the Colombian Guacharaca (Ortalis columbiana).
It has three conservation and preservation programs for threatened species: Condor of the Andes, Harpy Eagle, paujil piquiazul.
Three ecosystem environments: Tropical rainforest, coastline, and desert And four special environments: Condor of the Andes, herons, and storks, lake of migratory birds, and exotic birds.
21 exhibitions represented in immersion aviaries, radial aviaries, open enclosures, marshes and lakes that are immersed in various landscape, vegetable and water environments that express life zones.
-30% discount on bookings from 4 people (adults) onwards
We will pick you up at the time you schedule between 7:00am and 2:00pm. The trip to the mangrove is only 10-20 minutes one way.
The national Aviary is located 40 km from the city of Cartagena on the Baru peninsula, and a 40 minutes long trip in one way.
If you book lunch + beach as an extra, we will take you to the beaches of Baru, where you can enjoy the rest of the day on the beaches and Caribbean cuisine in one of the most recommended and comfortable places in Baru.
Leaving Baru Island and returning to your hotel.