The rescue: Just after I fell out of the raft on our high-adrenaline trip down the Pacuare.
Beautiful waterfall near La Fortuna, visited on horseback
A wobbly bridge, characteristic of the Canopy Tours that can be accessed throughout the country
Zip lining is a must for any adrenaline junkie. Find a company with a tarzan swing, rapelling and the ‘Superman’ for added excitement
Apparently this is a rare zoological occurence! Crabs lining up in order of size to exchange shells on a beach in Manuel Antonio National Park.
Um, ok then! Invaluable advice from the port in Sierpe…
Serene alcove – brief respite from the hairy boat trip between Sierpe and Drake Bay.
These local boys in Drake Bay took us for a ride on their quad bikes. Bit muddy!
Watching the sun as it sets over the Pacific from a beach in Drake Bay.
When in Drake Bay, you have to take a trip into Corcovado National Park. Ticos joke that God designed the other animals and, with all the bits he had left over at the end, he made the tapir.
Coatis are intriguing creatures.
Hummingbirds flutter by on a regular basis, but finding one that stays still long enough to get a shot is a challenge!
Scarlet macaws add a flash of colour to the jungle canopy.