Dec 15, 2017 - National Geographic Quest
Our last day exploring Costa Rica began byvisiting a remote area called Caletas Beach. Close to Drake’s Bay, this place is part of a buffer zone that connects with Corcovado National Park. This lush tropical forest could be seen from National Geographic Quest.
Several activities were offered to our guests. Walks through pristine forests and horseback riding were all enjoyed by them. The wildlife was also present, proving that the area is one of the most intense and diverse of Costa Rica.
Our day ended with the visit to San Pedrillo Station. Inside of Corcovado National Park, this station has interesting trails to hike. One of them leads to a waterfall in which many of our guests decided to take a short dip to cool themselves after the walks. Spider monkeys and whiteface capuchin monkeys were all foraging while we passed them on our way to the waterfall.
A lovely sunset bid us farewell as we all got back on board National Geographic Quest and weighed anchor. A good way to finish our journey through Panama and Costa Rica.
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