Although perhaps better known for its luxurious beaches, outstanding coffee and great Reggae music, the island of Jamaica has much more to offer both the avid birder and more general naturalist alike. Ranking fifth in biodiversity among the world’s islands, our 6-day Jamaican birding tour provides the perfect opportunity to encounter all 28 of the island’s endemic bird species plus numerous other Greater Antillean specialities. This we will do by thoroughly exploring the island’s great variety of habitats, from the evergreen forests of the Blue Mountains to the ultramarine waters of the northern coast. Just a few of the highlight species include Jamaican Owl, Jamaican Mango, Jamaican Becard, Jamaican Tody, Crested Quail-Dove and both Red-billed and Black-billed Streamertails. Our lodgings are perfectly located to allow us to stay in the same place for the entire tour! Not only are our lodgings very comfortable, they are right in the middle of the specific, endemic laden forest we intend to bird.