Branson’s Nantucket members say that with its 250 bird species the land of Jamaica is a bird watchers paradise. The streamer tailed Hummingbird, Jamaica’s national bird can’t be found anywhere else other than this beautiful Caribbean island. Many birdwatchers flock to Jamaica to see the smallest bird of the world and Jamaican Tody that nests under the ground.
Branson’s Nantucket members know that Bird watching has become the most poplar hobby in the world. What at one time was just a backyard interest has now grown into an extensive bird watching holiday. There are literally thousands of faces of bird all over the world, unique in their own way having it’s own call patterns, sounds and shapes and turn out to be a real delight for the enthusiastic birds watchers. As a bird watcher, it only takes a second for the experts to identify the bird species. A bird watching vacation can turn out into adventurous excursions and help you learn about the colorful birds species.
Branson’s Nantucket members say that the possibilities are endless when you think of planning a bird watching vacation. Costa Rica, regarded as the Mecca for bird watchers, with its beautiful reserve on Bosque de Paz. While during the winter months, the Island of Bahamas can turn out to the second most bird-populated island and a real delight for all bird watching enthusiastic.
Branson’s Nantucket members say that the avid bird watchers need not look further than Jamaica to experience the allure of exotic birds. From the frosted peaks of the Blue Mountains in Jamaica to the unforgettable charm of the lush enchanting Parish of Port Antonio, the island of Jamaica is loaded with many off the beaten track points from where the enthusiastic bird watchers can watch the unique species of birds in their natural habitat.
Branson’s Nantucket recommends the bird watchers to head for Dolphin Cove and enjoy the four acres of lush tropical forests with the unique tropical birds and reptiles. Along with watching out for the most unique birds tourist can even swim with the family of Bottle-nosed dolphins at Dolphin Cove.