Costa Rica Wildlife Photography Safari
Join a professional photographer John Wright on a Costa Rican Wildlife Safari
Explore one of the most biologically diverse countries on earth
Photograph an array of animals from sloths to quetzals, Morpho Butterflies to Red-eyed Tree Frogs
Explore active volcanoes, flooded forests and Caribbean beaches
2013 - Exact dates to be confirmed
From $3,861.00 (USD) per person excluding international flights
Costa Rica is one of the most biologically diverse places on earth. Covering only 0.05% of the globe’s surface it is home to 5% of the world’s plants and animals. Emerald forest are the backdrop for a festival of colour. Red-eyed tree frogs, electric-blue Morpho Butterflies, Scarlett Macaws, Yellow Eye-lash Pit Vipers and Green Iguanas are just some of the numerous multi-coloured animals you may come across on the forest trails of Costa Rica as you seek out sloths, monkeys, caiman, humming birds, toucans, and coatis.
Join Wildlife Photographer John Wright and hone your photography skills whilst exploring various ecosystems of Costa Rica. This trip will take you from the active Poas volcano to the flooded forests of Tortuguero, and from the Caribbean beaches of Cahuita to the cloud forests of Bosque de Paz and Sarapiqui.
- John Wright
Infectious enthusiasm for wildlife photography
Tailor made option available – contact us for more details