Hotel La Pradera
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... help preserve endangered species and to educate the large majority of people that will never have the chance to see them in the wild. But after realizing how much it really harms animal populations to take them out of their natural environment, it made me lose all interest in ever visiting a zoo again.
Back on the tour, we next visited two spider monkeys named Jessica and Hercules. Carlos explained how Costa Rica has four species of monkeys. Two of them, spider and ...
... down the next trail, we notice another animal which we had no idea what it was. It was a small brown marsupial looking thing, with a massive booty and small arms and head. Cool little fella and we watched him eat a fruitlike food before finishing our walk and leaving the park. Glad we managed to see something as it would have been a massive downer not even seeing anything but birds. Overall, the cloud forest, which is obviously a major draw card for ...
... after quad biking they caught a tour up to Arenal volcano for a nature walk, and got to see spider monkeys hanging out in the trees. Costa Ricans are really proud of the nature they have and do their best to preserve what's here. We walked down to a waterfall, which looked pretty, well pretty damn cold. Ian was in, in seconds, Sarah and Naomi preferring to hang back and save their first water bound experience for the hot springs. Wow! Like sitting in a ...
... this climate. Most of the property is surrounded by a chain link fence, with someone at the one entrance to check for uniform compliance (basically color coded collared shirts designating their unit of study) and to allow exit. And, man, do they need yo control exit! Granted, we only sat in on two classes, but the level of disruption in the classes was incredible! Kids walking in and out, texting on phones or chatting throughout ...
... hike up the old volcano ends with a wonderful dip in the green lagoon created by the crater.
The beginning of the trail was well marked on a rolling hill. We saw our first tucan at the very beginning of our hike. The steeper part was dense rainforest. This would not have been a hike allowed in the U.S. Two hours of climbiing muddy trails and places where Brian had to help me up, we got a glimpse of the beautiful green ...