The Tepepul Trail begins with a spectacular vista of the three volcanoes, the community of Santiago and the Pacific Coast.

The trail begins in Montane Forest and drops into Subtropical Humid Forest.

This is the easiest place to observe Resplendent Quetzals as well as some extremely rare regional endemics like the Azure-rumped Tanager.

Montane Forest, Subtropical Humid Forest

  1. Azure-rumped tanager
  2. Emerald Chinned Hummingbird
  3. Resplendent Quetzal
  4. Hairy Woodpecker
  5. Bushy crested jay
  6. Hooded Grosbeak
  7. Blue Crowned Chlorophonia
  8. Elegant Euphonia
  9. Rufous collared sparrow
  10. Rufous collared robin
  11. Blue throated motmot
  12. Blue and White mokingbird
  13. Green throated montain gem
  14. Mexican violet eared
  15. Brown backed solitaire
  16. Black hawk eagle
Duration: 2 – 4 hours
Total Distance: 2.1 miles
Elevation Change: 400 ft
Difficulty rating: Moderate

Public pier of Santiago.

Municipal Park

  1. Rebeca
  2. Rolando
  3. Salvador

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