Macaw Mountain Bird Park & Reserve offers a first class experience in an unspoiled part of the world. Here you learn about and interact with the intelligent, colorful birds of Central America.
"Seeing so many varieties of tropical birds in one place is a rare and unforgettable experience."
May 2005 (article)
Have you ever listened to a parrot talk while it is standing on your shoulder?
Have you ever walked into a large flight aviary and felt the rush of wind on your face as fifteen scarlet macaws take flight?
Come visit Macaw Mountain, Central America’s newest and best-loved secret.
Enjoy lunch and our award-winning coffee under a canopy of old growth Central American hardwoods in a pristine river valley.Or just relax on elevated viewing decks while flocks of wild parakeets chatter in nearby trees.
Macaw Mountain Bird Park & Nature Reserve is an innovative tropical bird reserve in western Honduras that cares for rescued and endangered birds of the American tropics.
We look forward to welcoming you to Macaw Mountain.
Educate to Preserve
While providing visitors a true immersion into the richness of Honduran bird and plant diversity,our strong educational focus provides an important long-term instrument of regional conservation.
We are open every day of the year · 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tel/fax: 011.504.651.4245 · firstname.lastname@example.org
Massage at Macaw Mountain
Entrance into the Macaw Mountain Bird Reserve, which is good for 3 days
An Hour Massage, great lunch at Jungle Bistro, $65 per person.
Different locations around the Park.
Cafe Miramundo provides proud coffee growing traditions of Western Honduras with current eco friendly processing techniques.
First releasing of Scarlet Macaws into the Copan Arqueological Park, Copán Ruinas Honduras
Great news from Honduras: the first Macaws were released in the archeological park of Copan. This is a project supported by the World Parrot Trust and BOSS Orange in collaboration with Macaw Mountain Bird Park and Nature Reserve, the Honduran Institute of Anthropogy and History (IHAH), and the Copan Association.