The Corcovado National Park of Costa Rica was famously labeled by National Geographic as “the most biologically intense place on Earth” representing 2.5% of the Planet’s biodiversity. In it we did a 4 day/3 night tour guided by a biologist. In four days we walked 52 kilometers (32.3 miles), through (mostly) primary and secondary forest.
Petra and I also visited three other ecologically different regions centered around National Parks: Volcan Arenal, Tortuguero, and Marino Ballena, from April 21 to May 8, 2015.
Sinfonía Tica* is a nature documentary with a personal touch. A friend commented after watching it that she felt as if she had gone on holidays herself. Enjoy the sounds and images!
*Tico is the name given to Costa Ricans, just as boricua is for Puerto Ricans and Nica for Nicaraguans.