Harboring about ten percent of Earth’s biodiversity, Mexico is one of the most biologically rich countries in the world. During this natural adventure, we’ll explore and learn about some of that richness as we travel through the valley of Oaxaca, the bordering sierras, and the lovely Pacific coast.
Highlights include the lush evergreen forests of the Sierra Norte and the Sierra Madre del Sur, the arid scrub of the Oaxaca valley, the Zapotec ruins of Monte Alban, and more.
In addition to the natural wonders, a major trip highlight will be our unique and superb lodging situations. All have warm hospitality and terrific views, and some have great birding right outside your front door.
This trip is led by naturalist and bird guide Mark Pretti and local guide Benito Hernandez. Mark Pretti is a long-term, much loved tour guide for GGAS.
If you are interested in this trip, please contact Dawn from GGAS first. She will put you in touch with Mark Pretti.