Kayaking Tortuguero Nat’l Park, Costa Rica: Wish You Were Here
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EST. 2010
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Kayaking Tortuguero Nat’l Park, Costa Rica: Wish You Were Here

Crocodiles and caimans, manatees and bull sharks, sloths(!!), 375 species of birds – including toucans, peacocks, kingfishers, and parrots – three different types of monkeys, lizards named after Jesus because they walk on water, and even jaguars make exploring the Tortuguero National Park in the remote north Caribbean coast of Costa Rica an uncommon adventure you won’t soon forget.

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