Hacienda Barú Wildlife Refuge is located in the South Pacific of Costa Rica, near Dominical. It is part of Paso de la Danta (Tapir path) biological corredor, created in 2000 with a territorial extension of 82 128,17 hectares.
Carara is one of the birders favorite parks in CR, considered one of the best spots in the Central Pacific and one of the best options for a full day of birding.
Tropical regions offers a wide variety of stunning scenaries to photograph, attractive subjects as birds and mammals inhabit Manuel Antonio and surroundings, our trips are focus in landscape and wildlife photography during the day and night time, including macro and landscape.
Various localities around Manuel Antonio are suggested as great birding areas to observe Central and South Pacific endemic species. One of them, the nearest quality birding area from Manuel Antonio and our favorite spot for half day of road birding is Esquipulas, located in the Talamanca mountain foothills at a pleasant elevation of 1,100 masl
Boat or Kayak trip through the estuary and canals in one of the largest mangrove protected areas of the Central Pacific of Costa Rica, Damas Mangrove. This tour offers quality wildlife observation including mammals, reptiles, migratory birds and resident species of this amazing biological
This is a Nature-experience based on observation and interpretation of neotropical wildlife and the Central Pacific rainforest ecology, through different accesible trails, stunning beaches and other scenarios - three species of monkeys, two sloth species, birds, frogs and reptiles are also part of this journey in one of the most visit protected areas in Costa Rica.
Tropical regions offers a wide variety of stunning scenaries to photograph, attractive subjects as birds and mammals inhabit Manuel Antonio and surroundings, our trips are focus in landscape and wildlife photography during the day and night time, including macro
Dota region is one of the best spots for highland species such as Northern Emerald Toucanets, Silky-flycatchers, Chlorophonias, Hummingbirds, Tanagers, The Resplendent Quetzal, Collared Trogon, Thrushes and much more including a good number of regional endemics shared with western Panama.