Zip lining fun in the jungle! Pozo Azul had 9 zip lines (and a second cable for extra safety). They give you a thick glove so you can brake, which was both cool and a bit scary. It was incredible to see my older son even go with a guide! The first image is the final zip line, and also the most picturesque. #capturedbylight#lightl16
Did you know that I hop back and forth from Costa Rica to the US several times a year? I know, you're probably thinking why would I ever want to leave Costa Rica or split time living in both countries? The honest truth? Costa Rica may be a little slice of Pura Vida for vacation, but living here (like I believe living anywhere else in the world) has its pluses and minuses. If you’re a list maker like me, head on over to The Sunset Blog to check out my Pros + Cons list of living in Tamarindo, Costa Rica! ***Link in profile**
After graduating and receiving my bachelors degree I decided to take a trip to Costa Rica🇨🇷 The scenery, landscapes, rainforest, culture and animals were gorgeous😍 I wish I could of stayed a couple more days to see more of this amazing country. 🦋🌳 Some day I plan on traveling again to Costa Rica to see more of these beautiful views pura vida🤙🏼💚 I hope you enjoy this small edit I created 💥Comment below your recent travel destination👇🏼
Get an up-close view of the toucans by exploring their walk-in habitat at our Animal Sanctuary. We have three species: yellow-throated toucans, keel-billed toucan and fiery aracari toucan 🙌🏼
Don’t miss the perfect #NatureAdventure at Diamante Park!
📷 cred: Peter Woods via Facebook .