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Drake Bay Rainforest Chalet

Drake Bay, Costa Rica

According to National Geographic  the Peninsula de Osa is one of the most biologically intense places on the planet.

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We now invite you to explore the some of the fascinating creatures you'll encounter in Drake Bay...

The Masked Tree Frog is a common inhabitant of Drake Bay, Costa Rica.

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The Night Tour

Explore the fascinating world of tropical insects and arachnids with Tracie "The Bug Lady" on this one of a kind adventure trek through the rainforests of Drake Bay, Costa Rica.

 
Drake Bay, Costa Rica - Discover the hidden treasures of Drake Bay on The Night Tour with Tracie The Bug Lady.

Casque-headed Mantis      

 

"...This 21/2-hour tour is one of the most fascinating excursions in the area and shouldn't be missed.  Tracie is a walking encyclopedia on bug facts - and not just boring scientific details.  One of her fields of research is the military use of insects..."

Carolina Miranda and Paige R Penland   Lonely Planet Costa Rica

Drake Bay, Costa Rica - Drake Bay is home to so many wonderful creatures.

On this two-hour trek through the rainforest, join Biologist Tracie "The Bug Lady" and spotter extraordinaire Gianfranco Gómez, as they team up to reveal the intriguing world of moonlight exploration.

Drake Bay, Costa Rica - The casque-headed lizard is one of the great masters of disguise.

Casque-headed Lizard               

 

We'll go in search of the critters you love to loath - from bugs to bats, to all that creeps, crawls and flies by night.

 

Drake Bay, Costa Rica - The  Brown Vine Snake is just one of many snakes seen on The Night Tour with Tracie the Bug Lady.

 

 

 

Brown Vine Snake           

 

And true, you're sure to see the beast with two brains on this tour.   But fear not!

The tales on this trek are sure to turn your fear and loathing to grudging admiration for some of the most remarkable - and misunderstood - creatures on the planet.

 

  Chunk-headed Snake

Drake Bay, Costa Rica - The Chunk-headed Snake is often seen on The Night Tour in Drake Bay.

Drake Bay, Costa Rica - The Owl Butterfly is a common resident of Drake Bay.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Owl Butterfly           

 

"...This is undoubtedly the most interesting wildlife tour I've been on ...if you go to Drake Bay,  you should not miss taking a walk with The Bug Lady."

   Bruce Morris Costa Rica Alive!  Drake Bay, Costa Rica - Like all other tree frogs, masked tree frogs are mostly active during the night.

Masked Tree Frogs 


Drake Bay, Costa Rica - Katydids are masters of the art of camouflage.

   Leaf Katydid                

 

 


Drake Bay, Costa Rica - This Rothschildia Silkmoth is one of the most beautiful moths in Costa Rica.

Rothschildia Silkmoth               

For more information, visit the official web site of  The Night Tour with Tacie "The Bug Lady"...

    www.thenighttour.com   

 

 

 

Corcovado National Park



Caño Island



Scuba Diving



Sport Fishing



The Night Tour



Kayaking



Horse Back Riding



Bird Watching



 

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