Jan 18, 2019 - National Geographic Quest
Our morning started with a breathtaking sunrise and priceless views of the Osa Peninsula, with its virgin forest and pristine endless beach. We disembark in Caletas Private Reserve for our morning activities, which included rainforest trail walks and lovely horseback riding. The trails gave us the opportunity to observe several types of birds, including tiger herons, manakins, antbirds, and several others species. Later we returned to our ship, where a delicious lunch waited for us, and prepared for our afternoon outing.
This afternoon we visited Corcovado National Park, which is the one of the most important treasures of Costa Rica’s national park system. We enjoyed the waterfall trail and the Pargo trail. Wildlife was amazing; we had great views of great curasow, American crocodiles, spider monkeys, white nose coati, and Central American agouti during our walks. We also had an awesome time swimming in a natural pool under the lush forest canopy.
We have enjoyed our Panama and Costa Rica expedition very much, and hope you return sooner rather than later. Hasta pronto.
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