SAVE THE FROGS! will lead a frog-focused ecotour in the Costa Rican rainforest this November, with 100% of proceeds supporting environmental conservation efforts.
Birdwatching has been a multi-billion dollar industry for years, but did you know about frogwatching? Travelers are seeking unique vacation experiences, especially ones that bring them close to nature and rare wildlife species. Frog-focused tourism has been on the rise in recent years, as the general public becomes more aware of the rapid disappearance of amphibians, and the allure of these cryptic but beautiful animals.
SAVE THE FROGS! is inviting travelers to join its SAVE THE FROGS! Costa Rica Classic Ecotour, which takes place November 8th to November 19th, 2021. This amazing adventure will encompass the rainforest, volcanoes, and beaches, and an abundance of opportunities to find and photograph amphibians.
Costa Rica – A Perfect Place For An Ecotour
Costa Rica has an incredible array of biodiversity, landscapes and ecosystems, and is home to 214 known amphibian species, all within a very small geographical area. There are lots of frogs to be found, making Costa Rica a perfect place for a SAVE THE FROGS! Ecotour.
While best known for their pioneering efforts to save the world’s rapidly disappearing amphibian species, SAVE THE FROGS! is also a leader in ecotourism, having led frog-focused adventures throughout Latin America (the world’s amphibian biodiversity hotspot) since 2013.
The tour is being led by SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger, who has given over 400 educational presentations on amphibians in 20+ countries. Costa Rican ecotourism expert Carlos Roberto Chavarria will be handling tour logistics and sharing his extensive knowledge of Costa Rica’s birds, bats and environmental issues. Costa Rican amphibian biologist Dr. Héctor Zumbado Ulate will be serving as the tour’s amphibian and botanical expert. Ecotour participants can be assured of an extremely educational experience in beautiful natural settings. Nightly accommodation will be at some of Costa Rica’s most comfortable ecolodges.