GOODBYE PETS! 👋 | Jungle Adventure (PART 1)

GOODBYE PETS! 👋 | Jungle Adventure (PART 1)

Goodbye cats and dogs, hello Selvadorada! It’s time to being adventuring, in the jungle!

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With an abundance of rainforest and jungle, Costa Rica is a top destination for wildlife observation. Read about Costa Rica travel spots for jungle adventures.

Costa Rica has everything for all travelers. Extensive coastlines on both the Caribbean and Pacific sides offer great opportunities for surfing, scuba diving, and sport fishing, as well as more laidback pursuits such as sunbathing. Onshore, the country offers a whole other range of Costa Rica travel adventures such as volcano climbing, canyoning, whitewater rafting, canoeing, and perhaps most extensively, exploration of the vast rainforest and jungle environment.  Jungles exist on both coasts and either side boasts an incredible diversity of wildlife, including quetzals, turtles, jaguars, snakes, sloths, and much more. 

Corcovado National Park, located on the Osa Peninsula on the southern Pacific coast, is a top Costa Rica travel destination for exploration of jungle. While traveling to Corcovado (most likely from San Jose), travelers will drive by or fly over the largest mangrove forest in the country, host to a plethora of unique wildlife such as black-bellied tree ducks, white ibis, and boat-billed herons. Corcovado is characterized by a mix of watery passageways, waterfalls, and forest trails, is an ideal place to see multiple tree species, and also boasts one of the highest canopies in the country, perfect for viewing tree denizens such as sloths, monkeys, and agoutis. A short boat ride from the peninsula gets travelers to Isla del Cano, where travelers can scuba diver in crystalline waters and explore pre-Columbian ruins.

Tortuguero National Park is located on the northern Caribbean coast, on the opposite side and coast of Costa Rica, and is one of the most important wildlife refuges in the country. The only way to access the national park is by boat, which is arranged by jungle lodges in Tortuguero. Just the boat ride to the jungle lodge will give visitors a taste of the diversity of wildlife. The highlight of a jungle tour in this Costa Rica destination is the green sea turtle population that makes this reserve its nesting and hatching ground. By visiting the Caribbean Conservation Corporation, travelers will be able to learn more about the life and habitat of the green sea turtle. During nesting season, a nighttime tour gives visitors the opportunity to observe female turtles laying their eggs. To see the best representation of jungle inhabitants, including monkeys, birds, caimans, and iguanas, it is recommended to have a combination of early morning tours, day tours, and night tours