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    The Fauna In Costa Rican National Parks Has Re-adapted To Their Natural Way Of Life

    The Fauna In Costa Rican National Parks Has Re-adapted To Their Natural Way Of...

    The fauna at Manuel Antonio and other National Parks has returned to its natural way of life, since it was closed to visitors on March 23rd due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Monkeys with Strange Yellowish Color Turn on the Alarm among Biologists

    After an analysis of the sightings, Gustavo Gutiérrez Espeleta, professor and researcher at the School of Biology of the University of Costa...
    Corcovado Park

    Corcovado National Park – an adventure of a lifetime

    Created in 1975 to protect this gorgeous region from illegal gold mining and logging, the Corcovado National Park is an extremely popular ecotourism destination...

    Incredible Osa Peninsula Night Tours:

    Daytime tours are very popular activities down in the Osa Peninsula, and in Costa Rica in general. Daytime is when you can see curious...

    Explore the top 5 places in Montezuma.

    Montezuma is a cozy picturesque town in Costa Rica, known for its bohemian atmosphere and the great scenic beauty of its beaches, rivers and...

    National Parks of the Osa Peninsula

    With the Osa Peninsula home to 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity, you can bet that touring the National Parks of this nature-filled area will be...

    BEACHES OF COSTA RICA:

    The Wildlife Did you know that millions of species either crawl, swim, or fly their way around the spectacular beauty found in the...

    3 Top Reasons to Visit Drake Bay:

    Drake Bay is located in a private nook on the Osa Peninsula in the Pacific Southern Zone, and bordered by the Corcovado National Park....

    A barrel of monkeys in the Tree of Life

    It is a wonderful morning in Cahuita and in the middle of a serene natural setting I am staring at Luca, a kinkajou, kept...
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