Bahia Paraiso Rain Forest Lodge
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... as 'the most biologically intense place on earth'. While our travels to Central America were many months away, that desire to visit Osa was already implanted in our brains and it would be the first stop in our 3-week adventure with Jenn's mom, Janet. We took the 5am bus from San Jose down the coast to the hot little town of Palmar Norte where a taxi driver named Marcos picked us up and drove us to Sierpe. The sleepy little town of Sierpe sits on the Rio ...
... still a far cry from the forty or fifty you might see on the typical Caribbean or Hawaiian snorkel trip.
You also don't mind paying extra in Costa Rica when you end up with a top-notch guide like Daniel today, or Carlos from yesterday. The other guest on the trip wasn't very comfortable in the water, so Daniel literally carried her around Isla del Caņo today, guiding her by the arm to ensure her safety and enjoyment. Of course, that still didn't take ...
Ship's position : LAT - 8.18.96N LONG - 84.13.16W Ship's speed : 12.3 knots Wind speed : 24.9 knots (28.7mph) Temperature (midday) : 27c / 80.6f Temperature (late evening) : 27.5c / 81.5f Sunrise : 6.43am Sunset : 6.40pm Time : GMT -5 hours The southernmost point of this sector of the world voyage came and went in complete darkness overnight as we rounded the Peninsular do Azuero. The sun rose long before I did and when I joined it, it was high in a beautiful, cloudless ...
The Corcovado National Park is the largest tropical rain-forest of Costa Rica and the last great origianl tract of tropical rain-forest in Pacific Central America. It is located on a peninsula, south-west of Costa Rica. This part of Costa Rica used to be an island.
We met our tour guide in Puerto Jimenez and drove to ...
... be resting in the trees in the water. There were several but was still getting used to the scope in the bobbing of the boat. Of course, the boat seems to be tracking the opposite direction want to look but will work on this.
As we headed into the manglar one of the first birds that greeted us was a raptor up in the top of a tree. It was probably the barred forest falcon and we took that as a good sign. As we turned the ...
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