Presillas, Nicaragua
Presillas, Nicaragua
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Bluefields, Nicaragua
Bluefields, Nicaragua
Ometepe, Nicaragua
Ometepe, Nicaragua
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Bluefields, Nicaragua
Bluefields, Nicaragua
Arenal, Costa Rica
Arenal, Costa Rica
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
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Ometepe, Nicaragua
Ometepe, Nicaragua
Saladero Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
Saladero Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Uvita, Costa Rica
Uvita, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Saladero Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
Saladero Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
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Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Nauyaca Falls, Dominical, Costa Rica
Nauyaca Falls, Dominical, Costa Rica

July 2017 

The Nauyaca Waterfalls are located in a canyon approximately eight meters wide.

One of the falls is forty-five meters high in free fall and the other, twenty meters high with a tiered fall, forming at the bottom a 1,000 square meter and six meter deep pool. There are also other smaller natural pools where visitors can seize the opportunity and enjoy the waters with their families or friends.

 

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Palccoyo, Cusco, Peru
Palccoyo, Cusco, Peru

October 2017 

 

Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica

June 2017

Punta Mala National Wildlife Refuge is the continuation process of the long and difficult conservationist work done by Mr. Fernando Araya and his family for the protection of the wildlife on Punta Mala, in particular the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle that was menace by poachers and traders. The Araya family later, gave MINAE part of the land where the actual Refuge stands and help them continue with this outstanding work.  

 

Presillas, Nicaragua
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Bluefields, Nicaragua
Ometepe, Nicaragua
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Bluefields, Nicaragua
Arenal, Costa Rica
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
DSC_8026.jpg
Ometepe, Nicaragua
Saladero Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Uvita, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Saladero Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
DSC_9191.jpg
Leon, Nicaragua
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Nauyaca Falls, Dominical, Costa Rica
DSC_8993.jpg
Palccoyo, Cusco, Peru
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Presillas, Nicaragua
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Bluefields, Nicaragua
Ometepe, Nicaragua
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Bluefields, Nicaragua
Arenal, Costa Rica
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
Leon, Nicaragua
Ometepe, Nicaragua
Saladero Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Corcovado, National Park, Costa Rica
Uvita, Costa Rica
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Saladero Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
Leon, Nicaragua
Punta Mala, Costa Rica
Nauyaca Falls, Dominical, Costa Rica

July 2017 

The Nauyaca Waterfalls are located in a canyon approximately eight meters wide.

One of the falls is forty-five meters high in free fall and the other, twenty meters high with a tiered fall, forming at the bottom a 1,000 square meter and six meter deep pool. There are also other smaller natural pools where visitors can seize the opportunity and enjoy the waters with their families or friends.

 

Palccoyo, Cusco, Peru

October 2017 

 

Punta Mala, Costa Rica

June 2017

Punta Mala National Wildlife Refuge is the continuation process of the long and difficult conservationist work done by Mr. Fernando Araya and his family for the protection of the wildlife on Punta Mala, in particular the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle that was menace by poachers and traders. The Araya family later, gave MINAE part of the land where the actual Refuge stands and help them continue with this outstanding work.  

 

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