Tortuguero National Park
Watch your step as you make your way down the beach amidst the thousands of green sea turtles who return each year to Costa Rica's Tortuguero National Park to lay their eggs. The best time to visit the rookeries is at night when the sight of a 100 kg (~ 200 lbs) sea turtle slowly making its way up the beach to lay as many as 150 eggs at a time is an image that will remain on you wildlife radar for a lifetime. As one of the most important breeding sites in the world, this is one of those special places that need to be enjoyed and protected in equal measure.
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- Location: Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica