Birdwatching

Mountains and Forests in Atlantida

Mountains and forests in Atlantida are a very common occurrence! The highest coastal peak in the Atlantic coast of North America is to be found precisely in Atlantida: Pico Bonito. This peak is home to some of the densest tropical forests in Central America. Atlantida, which has three protected areas within the Nombre de Dios Mountain Range, is truly is …

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Rivers in Atlantida

As a general rule, rivers in Atlantida are relatively short. This is because they flow down the steep slopes of the Nombre de Dios Mountains towards the Caribbean Sea. As a result of this, they are usually steep, fast and short rivers. This means that they do not have enough time to merge with other creeks to create a bigger …

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Bird Watching in Atlantida

Birding, or bird watching in Atlantida is certainly one of the activities that is on the rise. Central America has carved itself a niche in this specialty tourism activity, and Atlantida in not only on board, it offers some of the best birding in Central America. The fact that Atlantida has a total of 7 protected areas within its territory! …

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