National Geographic is showing a series starting tonight that highlights beautiful places in Costa Rica. There will be a total of 6 episodes. Sights features will include the Corcovado National Park, the Isla del Caño Biological Reserve, the Santa Rosa National Park and Coco Island, among others.
The nature, flora and fauna of Costa Rica is something that has long impressed visitors and locals alike. Wild Costa Rica was developed by wildlife photographer and filmmaker Felipe DeAndrade. He shows off the cultural beauty as well as the natural beauty found in landscapes and reserves.
The series shows the struggle of the baby sea turtle to survive, the impact that Olive Ridley sea turtles have on the behavior of the Jaguar, the mating of tree frogs, hunting of reef sharks and the fight for survival of hummingbirds.
It will give a glimpse into what one can see on a vacation to Costa Rica and portrays the country as a sustainable ecotourism destination. The episodes will be on Sundays at 5pm.