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Touring Costa Rica’s Tortuguero National Forest by Canoe

Touring Costa Rica’s Tortuguero National Forest by Canoe

Is that a sloth up in that tree? Maybe a bunch of howler monkeys, a green ibis, or a tiger heron? Hundreds of different animal species inhabit the lush and expansive Tortuguero National Forest on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, many of them preferring perches high up in the trees. You’ll definitely want to limber up those neck muscles and keep a sharp eye out when visiting this untamed paradiso…

Last updated by Steve Bennett on .

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