- Written by Dr. Kerry Kriger Dr. Kerry Kriger
- Parent Category: Costa Rica Costa Rica
- Category: Costa Rica Ecotours Costa Rica Ecotours
- Created: 25 July 2017 25 July 2017
The inaugural SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour took place July 14th to 25th, 2017. Our group of 21 frog enthusiasts traveled across the country, visiting the jungles of Tortuguero and Sarapiqui; the Arenal volcano; the cloud forests of Monteverde; the beaches of the Pacific; and many points in between! We had the pleasure to encounter at least 33 amphibian species along the way; as well as over 140 bird species; 40 mammal species; crocodiles, caimans, iguanas and other amazing wildlife. We had classes on frogs, bats, turtles and ants; morning birdwatching walks; tours of chocolate and coffee plantations; we learned from local guides, naturalists and biologists; ate Costa Rican cuisine; learned about the country's history and experienced its culture.
Pura vida and enjoy the photos!
Regions We Visited
Click these links to see photos from each of the regions we visited!
"Costa Rica was fabulous btw- in case you didn't see me having a wonderful time! Thank you."
We hope you enjoyed the photo journey of Costa Rica! If you want to join a future SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Ecotour, please be sure to add your name to the Costa Rica Waitlist. Pura Vida and we hope to see you soon!
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