Stripe-headed-Sparrow

Pacific Slope

Guatemala’s Pacific coast stretches from the Mexican border to El Salvador. The volcanoes cast their shadows on the lowland plains that extend to the blue ocean. The area’s tropical forests are home to a wealth of local wildlife, including essential species of shorebirds.

The Monterrico Biological Reserve. This reserve is managed by the country’s state university, USAC. Its main objective is the protection of sea turtles and their spawning grounds. In addition, the reserve promotes grassroots programs that involve area residents.

Explore the park’s mangroves and estuaries like Sipacate. The area is beautiful and offers many photo opportunities for photographers.

Also, in this region, you will find private reserves that protect exciting species of birds.

Pacific Slope

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