Costa Rica:

With over 500,000 species of animals, Costa Rica is one of the world’s most biodiverse countries.
Amazing right?
Costa Rica is covered in blankets of protected jungle and rainforest, where wildlife spotting opportunities are in abundance.
Costa Rica is a haven for bird-lovers, but in addition to the variety of feathered inhabitants, Costa Rica has hundreds of exotic land animals to see in the wild, including six species of wild cats.

From the adorable sloths to playful monkeys, tiny colorful tree frogs to mammoth 16 foot crocodiles; from endangered Jaguars to tiny wild jungle cats; from pre historic iguanas to the rainbow of more than 918 species of tropical birds; from gentle giants like the whale shark and giant sea turtle to tiny but deadly snakes and frogs.

Animals are the most beautiful when in their natural habitat.  Watch sea turtles come ashore to lay their eggs in Tortuguero National Park or catch white faced capuchin monkeys trying to steal your snacks in Manuel Antonio. Wake up to the sound of howler monkeys in Guanacaste and the Nicoya Peninsula, watch a lazy sloth taking a nap in Puerto Viejo by the Caribbean Coast or spot the stunning humpback whales in Drake Bay, Osa Peninsula. Why not come and find as many Costa Rica animals as you can on your next Costa Rica vacation.

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