Considered one of the finest places for birdwatching in the Americas, it is home to approximately 400 species of birds. The park is composed by secondary forest around 120-year old and patches of mature forest; there are small creeks scattered all over the park. Along the 17 km of the gravel road named “Pipeline Road” in the Soberania National Park it is possible to encounter many species of birds, small mammals, insects and reptiles typical in lowland tropical rainforest. This tour is of mid-low intensity (there’s loose gravel along the road, and some steep curves).
Bird species expected: Great tinamou, Short-billed Pigeon, Red-lored Amazon, White-necked Jacobin, Long-billed hermit, Blue-chested hummingbird, Rufus Motmot, Black-breasted Puffbird, Pied Puffbird, Keel-billed Toucan, Chesnut-mandible Toucan, Cinnamon Woodpecker, Crimson-crested Woodpecker, Northern Barred Woodcreeper, Cocoa Woodcreeper, Gray-headed kite, Red-capped Manakin, Slatdy-tailed Trogon, Black-throated Trogon, Spoted Antbird, Bicolred Antbird, Ocellated Antbird, Streak-chested Antpitta y Gray-headed Tanager. On ocassion, the following birds can be sighted: Agami Heron, Sunbittern, Great Curassow y Rufous-vented Ground-Cuckoo.