Private Tour

Carajas National Forest

Recommended itinerary 7 to 8 days

Carajas National Forest - Amazonian Antpitta Amazonian Antpitta
Carajas National Forest - Dot-eared Coquette Dot-eared Coquette
Carajas National Forest - Guianan Red-Cotinga Guianan Red-Cotinga
Carajas National Forest - Harpy Eagle Harpy Eagle
Carajas National Forest - White Hawk White Hawk
Pará State Pará State

Located in Southeast Para state, Carajas is famous for being the home of the second largest iron ore mine in the world, but it also shelters over 400.000 hectares of national forest and the largest bird list of any site in Brazil with over 570 species.

Thanks to the mining operations there is easy access by car to all birding sites and comfortable lodging in the nearby towns.

Many rare and interesting species of birds can be found, such as Horned Screamer, Razor-billed Curassow, White-crested Guan, White Hawk, Ornate Hawk-Eagle, Harpy Eagles, Xingu Trumpeter, Marbled Wood-Quail, Russet-crowned Crake, Pavonine and Pheasant Cuckoo, Vulturine Parrot, Jandaya Parakeets, Dot-eared Coquette, Eastern Striolated and Rufous-necked Puffbird, Blue-cheeked Jacamar, Wing-banded Antbird, Amazonian Antpitta, Peruvian Recurvebill, White-crested Guans, White Bellbird, Opal-crowned Manakin, Black-bellied Gnateater, Black-chested Tyrant, Purple-breasted and White-tailed Cotinga, Guianan Red-Cotinga.

These are just some of the birds that we will be seeking as we explore this beautiful site.

Combined tour

This tour can be combined with any of the following: