We’re speeding down a river in Tortuguero National Park, a pristine 77,000-acre protected area at the heart of efforts to conserve the remarkable biodiversity in Costa Rica’s northeastern Limón Province.
We’re far from anything you’d call “civilization,” over 2 hours by boat from the nearest road, in remote rainforests that receive up to 250 inches of rain a year.
Tortuguero National Park is a poster child for Ecotourism in Costa Rica– a haven for nature lovers eager to get away from it all.
Allie & Mary, Rolling On The Tortuguero River Wildlife in Tortuguero
My eyes scan the dense thicket of trees that line the river, scoping