Mar 21, 2019 - National Geographic Quest
Being now at our final day exploring Costa Rica, how to better conclude this voyage than by visiting the most biological diverse region of this country? Corcovado National Park, a conservation stronghold in its own right, is comprised of no less than 13 major ecosystems and home to the only old-growth wet forests off Central America’s Pacific coast. Between horseback riding and spotting endless amounts of wildlife, today was certainly one for the books.
Just a few of our findings: spider monkeys, howler monkeys, white-nosed coatis, tapirs, black-throated trogons, orange-collared manakin, chestnut-backed antbirds.
What an extraordinary privilege it was getting to be here, to witness these numerous and diverse species, and to share the experience with such wonderful company. Saludos for now!
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