COSTA RICA HERPING GROUP TOUR 2023!
Looking for reptiles and amphibians in Costa Rica is an extraordinary experience.
They are present in all habitats and in every level of the forest. They range in size from the huge sea turtles to fingernail-sized frogs. As a small country, Costa Rica is perfect for a herp tour and especially due to its great diversity.
The herpetofauna of Costa Rica is one of the best known and most studied in the Neotropics with over 400 documented species of amphibians and reptiles including 14 species of turtles, more than 200 species of snake, about 70 species of lizard, and 2 species of crocodile, 130 species of frog, 37 of salamander (the group with the highest endemism), and 4 of caecilian. The total of endemic species consist of 44 species of amphibians and 17 of reptiles.
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Check out these reviews from Costa Rica 2022...
A lifetime dream achieved visiting the breathtaking jungles and rainforests of Costa Rica. The experience was both challenging, exhausting and downright brutal at times but balanced with excitement, exhilaration and simply left me in awe at the world around us.
The animals certainly didn’t disappoint - we worked hard daily to see as much as we could covering a huge array of insects, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals. Adam Radovanovic was an exceptional guide filled with an almost encyclopedic knowledge as well as good humour.
All the above I had expected in various degrees, what I wasn’t expecting was the great company and inspiration I’ve found by some of the genuinely amazing people on this trip.
Thanks to Paul Greig Smith and the team for a truly life changing trip! It was always meant to be a once in a lifetime trip but I’m already working on the next one. John, Costa Rica 2022
Love the sort of trips you put together. Great meeting so many like minded people. The fact that we keep coming back speaks volumes. Ayesha, Costa Rica 2022
I have, and will continue to recommend you. Just keep the trips coming.
Stuart, Costa Rica 2022
The group I travelled with were both extremely excited and full of helpful knowledge and skills to apply to the areas we were herping in, especially the group trip leader Adam - he was easy to speak to and full of knowledge and expertise in the relevant areas.
I hope you're well and that the Arizona trip is still going ahead as my first trip was such an awesome experience I need to do more. Bring on Borneo next year!
Paul, Costa Rica 2022
Costa Rica 2023: 13-27th May
Costa Rica's fauna is rich and abundant, making the country one of the 20 countries with the highest biodiversity in the world.
Known for its wet habitats - cloud and rainforests. National Parks are home to more than 500,000 species - representing nearly 5% of the total species estimated worldwide.
You're guaranteed to spot mammals such as howler monkeys, bats and perhaps tapirs. Keep eyes alert for snakes such as eyelash palm pit vipers, the elusive bushmaster, fer-de-lance, and more. Look up to spot scarlet & great-green macaws, keel-billed toucans, and colourful quetzals.
And the frogs... they are everywhere! Red-eyed tree frogs, blue jeans poison dart frogs, glass frogs, cane toads, and more!
And on this trip you'll have the chance to encounter green and leatherback turtles, spectacled caimans, basilisk lizards, tarantulas, rainbow grasshoppers and green iguanas.