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Chasing Snakes In Piedras Blancas National Park

Chocolate Farm in Costa Rica

Searching for Wildlife Under the Jungle Canopy

Golfito, Costa Rica

Treading carefully with rubber boots is what saved me. A venomous pitviper lay curled up and ready to strike, camouflaged along the muddy trail I was hiking.

Piedras Blancas National Park is tucked away in the South-West corner of Costa Rica. It protects rainforest, beaches, and wildlife along the Golfo Dulce (or sweet gulf) — an inlet attached to the Pacific Ocean.

I was staying at Playa Nicuesa Lodge, a remote eco-friendly place hidden within the National Park itself and only accessible by boat.

The lodge is completely off the grid, powered by solar panels and a bio-diesel generator. I was pretty excited to sleep in the middle of a highly active and beautiful rainforest surrounded by nature for a few days.

Golfo Dulce in Costa Rica

Arriving to Piedras Blancas via the Golfo Dulce

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