Okay. I’ll try to make this the last post from Tortuguero, then back to Atenas posts tomorrow! 🙂
Bus window view of Chiquita Banana Plantation, Costa Rica
Modern buses like this is how many tourists get around inside Costa Rica.
All the dozen or so lodges have boats making the 1.5 hours trip into park.
Our group on one of the Laguna Lodge boats enroute to lodge.
Robert Umaña, our guide, listening for a bird or other animal.
Robert using sand drawings to tell us about the life cycles of the green sea turtles that lay their eggs on this beach and each baby that makes it goes to ocean and returns years later to lay their own eggs.
One of the many river channels and canals we traveled looking for wildlife.
Another lodge’s guide pointing out a bird, monkey or other animal.
Unidentified butterflies/moths in our Laguna Lodge garden. Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica
This trip significantly improved some of my photo collections in the PBase Galleries: