Alex Arias is a passionate outdoorsman and has led nature tours for nearly 15 years all over Costa Rica. One of Alex’s passions is Nature Photography. This trip has been specially designed by him for travelers who are looking for great photo opportunities.  Costa Rica is a growing photography destination due to its extreme high biodiversity and an easy access to many great locations for wildlife.

This Costa Rica  Nature Photography Adventure trip includes bird observatories, nature trails, volcano views, private reserves and refuges, tropical forest, mangroves, wetlands, lagoons, coastal areas and high mountain cloud forests. You will have great opportunities to encounter many animals in their natural habitats with Alex, and a unique cultural connection with Costa Ricans, that only he can provide.

Duration: 9 days/8 nights
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Destination: Arenal, Ensenada, Dominical, San Gerardo de Dota.
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