Las Alamandas, a luxuriuous hideaway on the Mexican Pacific, is defined by its pristine natural setting and abundance of wildlife – and the jewel in the crown is the extraordinary variety of birds in the vicinity, about 270 species, living in their natural habitat. To bring this spectacle into full view for guests, Las Alamandas has introduced personalized bird-viewing excursions conducted by a local biologist who is a leading expert on the regional bird life.
Guests may walk forest trails with binoculars at the ready, visit sweet-water lagoons that are sanctuaries for numerous birds, and sail to islets that are bustling rookeries. Located in the unspoiled Costalegre region of Mexico, Las Alamandas is a paradise for bird lovers because it is like an enormous open-air aviary. From Black Ibis and Pink Flamingos to Roseate Spoonbills and Blue-Footed Boobies, the diverse bird life that can be seen here is a unique feature setting Las Alamandas apart. For more information, call 888-882-9616 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.