I’ve returned from the snow and cold of Yellowstone and now have to mentally prepare myself for a completely different environment next month: Costa Rica’s heat and humidity! I’ll be heading back to one of my favorite destinations to lead a photo tour. The Quetzals to Corcovado tour is a trip I first led in 2013, when I traveled to Costa Rica for a month. I was fortunate to fit in two tours and some scouting in between, and it ended up being my best trip (from a photo perspective) there… and has remained so! The number of great photo ops with monkeys, quetzals and other birds, nocturnal subjects, tapirs and a puma made for a very fruitful trip.
I’ve shared a number of images from the 2013 trip over the years on social media and elsewhere, but I never fully processed the images for my website’s photo archive until now. Yeah, it only took five years to finish photos from one of my best wildlife trips. I’m really on the ball.
Check out the 168 images from this adventure in the Costa Rica 2013 gallery. A short preview is below.
See the full Costa Rica 2013 gallery here. And remember that you can order prints of nearly any image in the photo archive.
Interested in joining me on a future Costa Rica tour? My 2018 trip is full, but I am working on adding a new trip in 2019 due to high demand. Learn more here.