Our Cuba – Caribbean Endemics Birding tours target almost all 28 Cuban endemic birds and further 23 Caribbean specials, as well as great wintering North American migrants. Using the services of local bird specialists at each site, we guarantee an impressive success rate in observing the island’s amazing avian diversity. From the world’s tiniest bird (the Bee Hummingbird) to such sought-after species as Giant Kingbird, the cute Cuban Tody, the beautiful Cuban Trogon, Gundlach’s Hawk, Oriente and Yellow-headed Warbler, Zapata Wren and no less than four species of stunning quail-doves, Cuba is an absolute pleasure to bird. On this tour we will cover a wide variety of habitats, ranging from interior tropical forests and mangroves, to extensive wetlands and white sand beaches along the northern coral cays. The awesome birdlife is further augmented by ease of travel, comfortable lodges, fascinating culture, a turbulent history, vintage cars that take one back to the 50’s and friendly people.

Top Birds

Bee Hummingbird; Yellow-headed & Oriente Warblers; Cuban Nightjar; Cuban Pygmy Owl; Bare-legged (Cuban Screech) & Stygian Owls; Gundlach’s Hawk (rare); Grey-fronted & Blue-headed Quail-Doves; Cuban Parakeet; Cuban Green Woodpecker; Fernandina’s Flicker; Cuban Trogon; Cuban Tody; Cuban & Thick-billed Vireos; Cuban Palm Crow; Cuban Oriole; Giant Kingbird; Cuban Solitaire; Cuban Grassquit; Cuban Bullfinch; Cuban, Tawny-shouldered & Red-shouldered Blackbirds; Cuban Gnatcatcher; Zapata Wren; Zapata Sparrow.

Habitats Covered

forests, woodlands, mangroves, swamps, shoreline

Expected Climate

warm to hot and humid

Max Group Size

6 with 1 Rockjumper leader & local leaders

Tour Pace & Walking

easy pace, undemanding walking


comfortable with varied cuisines

Ease of Birding

easy birding with some tough species

Number of Species Expected


Other Attractions

scenery, beaches, 50's culture, friendly people

Photographic Opportunities

very good

What our clients say about us

Tuomas Seimola
MB, Cuba 2019

This was the third time I have travelled with Tuomas and I find him very professional and good fun to be with.

Lev Frid
JH, Cuba 2020

Lev worked hard and did a really fine job of finding the endemics and lots of other interesting birds. He maintained good humor and was very pleasant throughout the trip.

Adam Walleyn
MS & CS, Cuba 2018

Adam Walleyn was a great guide and we had a lot of fun with him. The local guides also did a good job. We like Rockjumper and have signed up for two more trips this year.

Lev Frid
JK, Cuba 2020

Lev was an excellent guide

Forrest Rowland
PM, Cuba 2020

Forrest is an incredibly great guide both from the birding and people perspective, just like the other 4 Rockjumper guides I have been with. And Cuba is an amazingly interesting country to visit.

Cuba - Caribbean Endemic Birding (Small Group) 2025

16 May 2025 - 25 May 2025 (10 days)

USD6,000 - Spaces Available


Tour Leader: Mark Beevers

Pricing notes : *Prices are estimated and dates may change*

Tour price (Per person): USD6,000 * GBP4,899 * EUR5,641 * AUD9,312

Can be linked with: Dominican Republic - Endemics of Hispaniola (Small Group) 2025

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