Yes, that subject line is correct. I recently completed back-to-back trips to Costa Rica and Belize. The first trip was centered around my latest Costa Rica photo tour. Then I came home for two days, did laundry, packed, and hauled the family to Belize for a little location scouting and vacation. I didn’t take nearly as many photos during the second trip, but we did see some cool stuff. And besides, the awesome Costa Rica tour was filled with photo opportunities.
This year’s experience presented the usual array of amazing mammals (including the rare silky anteater, which I wrote about here) and birds, but it was also my best-ever macro tour by far. We enjoyed a number of great frog and bug sightings, and all of the clients were really into our nightly macro shoots.
I’ve combined photos from the two trips into one collection, but they are split up by subject in two different galleries: Wildlife & Scenery and Birds. As always, you can jump straight to the archive to view the full galleries (I highly recommend the Slideshow function), or first check out the preview below…
And then onward to Belize… as I said, there weren’t as many photo ops during this trip, but there was one major star: the Ocellated Turkey!
Want to join me on a future rainforest adventure? I have tours lined up for Brazil (2024) and Costa Rica (2025 or 2026), and may be adding Borneo (2024) and Guyana (2025) soon!