We went to the Palo Verde National Park yesterday and saw a lot of wildlife. The basilisk, aka the Jesus Christ lizard, runs quickly enough that it can run on the surface of water. Long-nosed brown bats nesting on a tree trunk. It’s a slight overhang, which isn’t obvious in the photo.
Today we went rafting down part of the river here in Costa Rica (part of it was the Corobici river, and part was a feeder river, both in the Guanacaste region). We saw monkeys–and even monkey families–in quite a few trees. We saw three crocodiles. The first two were close up and about the length […]
We were very lucky to visit Mount Arenal on our recent Costa Rica vacations. I didn’t get to see Mount Arenal on my first trip in 2012. On that trip, I only visited the Papagayo region in the northwestern Guanacaste Province. Mount Arenal isn’t the most active of Costa Rica’s six active volcanoes, but it […]