Tamarindo Wildlife Refuge protects a large estuary, mangrove forest and tropical dry forest in an area covering almost 500 hectares.
This time an small and slightly boat takes you to the narrow canals observing on both sides at time. Will be able to observe closer rare and abundant wildlife – including dozens of bird species and two species of monkeys – while learning about the unique ecosystem of the mangrove forest.
What to bring?
Cool comfortable clothes, beach sandals and hat, binoculars, camera, sunscreen and insect repellent.
Talk by phone with one of our travel experts1-800-253-6591
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