Costa Rica is a world renown fishing destination spot but what makes the happiest country in the world numbers one for fishing? With plenty of surf, sun and fun, Costa Rica scores higher than just about any top fishing destination when it comes to the abundance and diversity of fish. Plus, it is not expensive to travel to this small country. It’s affordability makes it attainable to pretty much any savvy traveler and it is also a family friendly destination. Continue reading Top 3 Reasons Costa Rica is a Number One Fishing Destination→
Spotting the beautiful colorful birds of Costa Rica while taking a Crocodile Bay eco tour in the Osa Peninsula is a delightful adventure. The Peninsula is home to over 400 species of birds and revered as one of the most biologically intense places in the world.
Spotted a Scarlet Macaw nibbling on something green.
A bird watching tour is one of the most popular eco tours in Costa Rica. There are over 800 different kinds of birds in Costa Rica that is more than all the birds in United States and Canada combined. The Osa Peninsula being a pocket of incredible biodiversity is home to over 400 species of birds including the Scarlet Macaw, Black-cheeked Ant-Tanager, Baird’s Trogon, White-tipped Sicklebill, Band-tailed Barbthroat, Turquoise Cotinga, Yellow-billed Cotinga, White-crested Coquette, Marbled Wood-Quail, Charming Hummingbird, Mangrove Hummingbird, Golden-naped Woodpecker, Red-rumped Woodpecker, Black-hooded Antshrike, Pearl Kite, King Vulture and Red- throated Caracara. What makes Costa Rica so incredibly rich in plant and animal life? Continue reading The Fabulous Birds of Costa Rica: An Eco Tour Adventure→
It’s a sunny day in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula and Crocodile Bay‘s Captain prepares the boat for a day long fishing trip with a sport fisherman hoping to catch some Dorado. With good water conditions and perfect weather, it should be a good day for fishing.