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Veragua Rainforest awarded the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame!

Veragua Rainforest has been accepted into the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame. The Certificate of Excellence honors hospitality businesses, restaurants and tourism attractions worldwide that deliver dependably great service. The award is given to only the top 10% of the businesses on TripAdvisor that have consistently achieved great traveler reviews over the past year.

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Get to know Veragua Site Manager Daniel Torres

When Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure was honored with the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame last month, it was an incredible vote of confidence to the dedicated staff, most of whom have been working with the company since it opened in 2008.

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The most recent studies on mammals and plants at the Veragua Rainforest in Costa Rica

Mammologist Diego Salas has been documenting the value of the Veragua Rainforest private reserve as a refuge for the conservation of a diverse community of mammals. Data that has been gathered during the long-term monitoring project is useful for detecting the effects of human impact and climate change, and to make informed management decisions. In the Central Caribbean region of Costa Rica, where Veragua Rainforest is located, mammal diversity has not previously been investigated.

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Famous nature photographer Filip Kulisev visits Veragua Rainforest

by Shannon Farley Veragua Rainforest was honored recently with a visit by famous Slovak photographer and explorer Filip Kulisev. Kulisev has released his beautifully artistic photographs of the Veragua Rainforest, taken on a rainy day in December 2018. He vividly captures the amazing colors and textures of the rainforest vegetation taken from varied perspectives. He catches a resting Leaf Frog with its bright red eyes open. And he shows the powerful force of Veragua’s magnificent 20-meter-high (65-foot) Puma Waterfall. Kulisev...

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The fascinating Harvestmen of Costa Rica

by Shannon Farley They might look like spiders with their eight very long legs, but they are completely different animals. Harvestmen – often called daddy longlegs – are interesting arachnids that belong to the taxonomic order Opiliones, while spiders belong to the order Araneae. They are relatives of spiders, scorpions, and ticks, which are also arachnids. But while harvestmen are very similar to spiders in body shape, they are easy to tell apart once you know what to look for....

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