|The Nahualate River, Guatemala|
|The Pacuare River, Costa Rica|
It's a great way to see National Parks and all the animals/plants that live in those areas. But if you decide to go into the jungles via this route, remember to keep your eyes open for monkeys and other animals....and if the water is still, remember to keep your voices down or not talk at all to see the maximum amount of critters. Remember that water carries sound. Best times to go are in the morning or evening when animals are out. Birders, your best time is early in the morning before the sun rises so you can get into your stands with your binoculars and cameras before the parrots arrive at their clay licks. If you haven't read my earlier posts on several of the places mentioned above, just type in the search box the words Peru, Guatemala, etc and it'll take you to some of my earlier writings. Until next time, happy adventures!