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Rancho Primavera

Camino a Chacala Km 3, El Tuito, Cabo Corrientes 48400 Mexico
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Quaint rental houses overlooking pond at Rancho Primavera, famous for its excellent birding. Perfect for nature lovers. Out in the country with lots of hiking trails. Peace and quiet except for the sounds of nature. One hour drive south of Puerto Vallarta. Rancho Primavera offers two different houses that over-look a pond visited by many birds. The house called "Adobe" carries that name because it is constructed out of adobe bricks made on-site. It has one bedroom with a king-sized bed that views the pond and all of its wildlife. There is one full bath and one half bath. The kitchen is very well equipped and also has wonderful views of the pond. The other house is called "Villa Carpintero" because the Yellos-cheeked woodpecker likes to peck on the windows during breeding season. The house has one bedroom with tow full beds. It also has a breakfast nook with extra wide benches that double as twin beds. So the house can sleep four people. It has two full baths. The kitchen is also very well equipped. The favorite site of this house is the porch that overlooks the pond. Visitors have sighted over 80 species of birds from this privilaged spot. Rancho Primavera is 3 km from the small and charismatic Mexican town of El Tuito,
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Rancho Primavera is just fantastic! We stayed in the adobe cottage, which was excellently furnished and very comfortable. The birding in the area is tremendous. We literally saw trogons, motmots, and rosy thrush-tanagers just a few feet from our door! Can't recommend this place enough to anyone wanting to bird in a quiet, secluded location. Perfectly safe there, too.
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We stayed here after the peak of Spring migration so, we pretty much had the place to ourselves. This made the experience better in my opinion. We had to cook and clean up after ourselves, but this wasn’t a problem at all. Also, the showers were hot and I’ve found this to be a commodity that you can’t always count on when birding Latin America.
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We stayed in the cabins at Rancho Primavera with 5 guests on our Parrots To Warblers Ecotour. Bonnie and her Mom were wonderful hosts and our cabins had everything we needed to cook up delicious dinners in beautiful surroundings. The birds were everywhere and we saw everything from woodpeckers to parrots to warblers and waterbirds. We are going back next year and already made reservations. They even put out fruit and hummingbird feeders to attract birds not already coming to their native plantings and landscaping!
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This is a quiet beautyful place where you are waked up by nothing but the birds. There are lots of birdfeeders around and a lot of species will turn up. Many of them eaesy to photograph. There are plenty of paths to walk on and a beautyful lake where a lot of different birds turn up.
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We spent two nights in Casa Colibri (hummingbird), which is not located on one of the ponds. We were told there was no restaurant so we brought our own food. The small kitchen was fine for a couple of days, equipped with a 2-burner propane stove and small fridge. We were there for the birdwatching and saw several new Lifers including the Primavera mascot, the black throated magpie jay. There was internet available but no TV. We spent hours each day walking the paths and meadows on the property, look for birds. Advice: bring a variety of types of fruit to put out to attract birds. We picked many lemons from the trees and mad lemonade - yum. Lovely. Peaceful. We plan to return next winter.
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MexicoJaliscoCabo CorrientesEl Tuito
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