Saturday, 24 October 2020

Soundtrack of Sarapiqui: Nature voyeurs get into the rhythm in Costa Rica

A group of college students wearing headlamps huddle around the large leaf of a palm tree to watch a pair of nocturnal red-eyed tree frogs mate under a near-full moon night.


A moonlit view from the lush grounds of SarapiquiS Rainforest Lodge. Lisa Monforton

I’m walking to dinner at Selva Verde Lodge & Reserve, but give in to the impulse to lean in, too, and be a voyeur on this natural love scene.

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It’s that easy to become a creature-peeper in the wild forests of the Sarapiqui region, located in Costa Rica’s Heredia Province. It’s in the northeast of the country bordering Nicaragua, two hours north of the capital city of San José.

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