Pacuare Nature Reserve-Casa Grande
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Amazing last day in Costa Rica pent whitewater rafting down the class III - IV rapids of rio pacuare
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Navigating our way from Arenal in Central North Costa Rica down to Puerto Viejo on the South Caribbean Coast initially looked to be a logistical challenge - forcing us to go back via San Jose, something we really didn't want to do! However, after a bit of research online it appeared there was a much better way - an adventure company (Gecko Trail …
Today we had wake up at 5:30 to be ready to leave for our rafting trip at 6:00 am! We were picked up by two buses, one with Roberto and the other with his hilarious brother Daniel. It was about a 2 hour drive through the mountains to the Pacuare River. On our way we drove right through a volcano! We also went through a cloud forest and saw " …
... birds in the world residing in Asian, Africa, and the Neotropics. David was particularly surprised to see this as they are rare in Costa Rica and it was a first encounter for us all, making it a special memory for our trip. One of the most frequent groupings of bird witnessed were from the heron family. There are many species of heron in the Tortuguero area. These are migratory fishing birds that gracefully stand near shore to seek out their prey. Some species, such as ...
... to offer. A lot of jewelry stands and fruit stands. I stopped and got an Oreo sundae from a little spot. There was a cute little girl there we should her a picture of Baby Ky and Cannoli. She said "dos! Perros!" While holding up 2 fingers it was adorable. So after there we headed home and by then it was 7:30. We both got in the room got ready for bed and we were out by 8:00 I woke up at 6:00 I got up and opened the doors to let some fresh air in but ...
... a long skinny spit of land. We had met a local on the bus trip the day before and he was a tour guide so we organised to go out with him in his boat at 6am the next day to go exploring up the different river branches hoping to spot some wildlife, which we absolutely did! We started off seeing birds and some howler monkeys then as we got deeper into the narrower branches we saw cayman, spider and cappuccino monkeys, all sorts of butterflies and even a native type of cow with a ...