Along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, lies a park filled with a whole host of wildlife; sloths, monkeys, caiman, land crabs and… tourists.
Olympic athletes have to go through a lot. They train seven days a week, every week for years on end, pushing their body past its limits time and time again, all so that—every four years—they can compete against their peers for a chance to become ‘the best’ in the world. But what if they had to compete for Gold … Continued
Located in the Corcovado Bay in Osa, Costa Rica, Caño Island offers an array of water-dwelling wildlife, from white tip sharks and sea turtles to giant oceanic manta rays and dolphins. This abundance of sea life, beautiful beaches and coral beds draw in a number of tourists every year, especially those looking to do some … Continued
Dive into Costa Rica’s underwater paradise with these amazing photos, captured whilst filming for Love Nature’s upcoming new show Great Blue Wild, coming soon Located approximately 550km (342 miles) off Costa Rica’s Pacific shore, Cocos Island is one of the country’s foremost national parks. The island is home to a number of magnificent animals, on land, but especially … Continued
Slash and burn farming is a dangerous and unsustainable method of clearing trees to make room for agriculture. As witnessed in Indonesia recently, it can prove catastrophic for rainforest ecosystems containing some of the world’s most remarkable species. But it’s not just animals and plants that these destructive practices affect. Billions of tonnes of carbon … Continued