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I stayed at the lodge for 4 nights as part of a joint-venture with The Canopy Tower Lodge in Panama and the combination of two EPIC birding locations (4 nights at each) was almost overwhelming. Asa Wright is a bit more "relaxed" in their scheduling...More
It's hard to beat sitting on their veranda and watching birds at their feeders, which is about where the greatness ends. We stayed four nights at Asa Wright as part of a birding tour offered by a third party. The guest rooms, while somewhat clean,...More
The rooms are rustic, no doubt about it. But the main villa with its terrace and bird-feeders is out of this world. There's a finch with a SILVER beak, glorious hummingbirds, outings to see amazing things. Go there for the unforgettable experiences and plan on...More
The Lodge is old main house with cinder block cabins or cottages dispersed through-out the grounds. Our room was spacious and comfortable although not much lighting for reading. We were on a bird-watching tour so were mostly away from the area during the day. Early...More
We stayed here for 7 nights as a small group through Naturetrek. The birds from the verandah were amazing and there were always some guides around to point out and identify different species for you. All the staff here we found to be very friendly...More
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Also, there are no cruise ship guests. AWNC is located in the northern range off a windy mountain road a little over an hour from the airport. it is a great place for hummers year round as well as birds like honey creepers... More
Also, there are no cruise ship guests. AWNC is located in the northern range off a windy mountain road a little over an hour from the airport. it is a great place for hummers year round as well as birds like honey creepers and others. not all hummingbirds come to the feeders and the guides can direct you where to find them.
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"If you have difficulty walking ask for a room in the main house"