Exploring Costa Rica, Jane Goodall style: G Adventures — January 2017.
The rainforest is noisy with life — leaves rustling, insects chirping, exotic birds making strange calls to one another. There are also sounds that are difficult to identify; and while the surroundings from the treetop canopy to the forest floor are teeming with activity, one must look closely into the dense vegetation to actually spot the well-camouflaged animals who make this place their home.
Here in Costa Rica, more than a quarter of the total land area is protected as biological reserves, wildlife refuges, and national parks. The country’s pristine, verdant tropical ecosystems are home to some of the most diverse flora and fauna in the world.
One of the most thrilling ways to experience such a place is in the footsteps of a great conservationist, researcher, and animal advocate such as Dr. Jane Goodall. More than a half-century ago, Dr. Goodall began her pioneering research with chimpanzees in Tanzania, and her legacy has left an enduring mark on scientists and wildlife lovers alike ever since.
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