You will have four days of adventure in the Cañón de Las Hermosas (Chaparral). In addition to being able to contemplate, photograph, and marvel at the only active nest of the Crested Eagle in Tolima, you will also contribute to scientific research on this species and support a conservation fund for its protection.
During the expedition, we will have the opportunity to register more bird species of interest due to their beauty or rarity, such as the Andean Cock-of-the-rock, the Quetzal, the Tolima Brown-headed Hummingbird, among others.
We will spend every night camping and, at the warmth of a bonfire, accompanied by a "canelazo" (traditional Colombian hot beverage), we will rest from the day's activities.
Observation of the eagle, collection of scientific data, and bird watching. At 11:00, we will descend to another farm to observe the Rock Gallitos and other birds. We will spend the night there.