kayak

For those who like body exercise and manage on your own and on same time admire nature and its wildlife it is definitely designed for you!!! Minimum 2 Maximum 8 people Duration: 4 hours Departures: 5:45am //8:30am//11:30am//2:30pm* What to bring? light clothes, sandals, rain jacket (poncho), water, sun block and video or camera and waterproof …

Red-Eyed Leaf Frog

Agalychnis callidryas Agalychnis callidryas, the red-eyed tree frog, is a slender, colorful, medium-sized frog. Females measure up to 77 mm, and males to 59 mm (Savage 2002). This frog has leaf-green to dark green dorsal surfaces; dark blue, purple, or brownish flanks, with cream-colored or yellow vertical or diagonal bars; blue or orange upper arms; …

Red web treefrog

Hypsiboas rufitelus A moderately-sized green treefrog with bright red foot webbing, green bones (in life), and a protruding prepollex (Savage 2002). Description: Adult males measure 39-49 mm in SVL; adult females measure 46-55 mm in SVL. Head is equally wide as long. Snout is rounded to nearly semicircular in dorsal view, and rounded in lateral …

Smoky jungle frog

Leptodactylus pentadactylus the Smoky Jungle Frog, is a large frog. Adult males can reach 177 mm while the larger females can measure up to 185 mm (Savage 2002). This frog can be distinguished from other frogs by the presence of paired dorsolateral folds, paired lumbar glands, and a spotted or barred upper lip, as well …

Golden silk orb-weaver

Nephila clavipes The golden silk orb-weavers (genus Nephila) are a genus of araneomorph spiders noted for the impressive webs they weave. Nephilaconsists of numerous individual species found around the world. They are also commonly called golden orb-weavers, giant wood spiders, or banana spiders. In North America, the golden silk orb-weavers (see also Nephila clavipes) are sometimes referred to aswriting spiders due to occasional zigzag patterns (stabilimenta) built into their webs, …

whip spiders

Amblypygi Amblypygi is an order of invertebrate animals belonging to the class Arachnida, in the subphylum Chelicerata of the phylum Arthropoda. They form a separate order of arachnids alongside the spiders, scorpions and others. Amblypygids are also known as whip spiders and tailless whip scorpions (not to be confused with whip scorpions that belong to the Arachnid order Thelyphonida). The name "amblypygid" means "blunt rump", a reference to a lack of the flagellum ("tail"). They are harmless to humans.[1][2] Amblypygids …

CANOE

If you love wildlife and taking pictures, this is the perfect trip that fits your needs, at the same time enjoy of the wonderful views through the navigable network of canals and going away of daily life style and its stress, get amaze little by little discovering mystic secrets on the curtains made by plants …

CANOA

Si usted ama la vida silvestre  y tomar fotos, este es el viaje perfecto que se ajusta a sus necesidades, y en al mismo tiempo disfrutar de los maravillosos paisajes  a través de la red navegable de canales y ríos en una canoa sin motor a remo, esta excursión le permitirá desconectarse del cotidiano estrés …