Villa Caletas, part of the Small Distinctive Hotels Collection of luxurious boutique hotels, is located on a hill covered in rainforests, overlooking the magnificent Pacific Ocean budget. Relax in the comfort of your room deck or infinity pool while being surrounded by the vivid hues of green that rainy season brings to.
BIRDING IN THE GREEN
In this Green Season, many migrant species that populate the skies and trees during the dry seasons have gone to Costa Rica to return to the northern season. The sky and rainforests remain for the residents of 930 species to enjoy. Enjoy fifty species of hummingbirds that live there, parrots, toucans traveler photos and Tangers, and a myriad of other indigenous Costa Rican birds during your exploring the uncrowded rainforest trails.
A few other advantages for bird enthusiasts in this Green Season include:
- A smaller number of people visiting the rainforests and trails will mean less interference from acoustics also. This leads to a heightened appreciation of the pleasure of listening to birds and their chirps, songs and honks.
- Birds love clouds and rain! In the Green Season, the overcast conditions mean that birds are more alert throughout the day. With sunny, warmer skies our feathered friends may not be as energetic.
- There are many Costa Rican birds’ nest at the start in the Green Season, so the skies and forests are to life with their songs. While exploring the rainforest, there is a good chance you’ll hear more birds singing, and you will see more nests.
WATERFALLS ARE BRIMMING!
With the rain coming in, clean rivers fill up their beds and the waterfalls overflow to create thrilling adventures. Of course the thrill of swimming under a waterfall is thrilling in this Green Season. It’s the perfect season for adventure seekers!
As a natural backbone the mountain ranges of volcanic origin that lie in the middle of Costa Rica are covered with rainforests . They are also the starting point of many rivers that start their journeys towards their destination of the Pacific Ocean or the Caribbean Sea. Whatever their destination they are the source of white-water and waterfalls growing in strength in the Green Season.
So, armed with comfortable hiking shoes and a family travel blogger bathing costume and a love of the forest, go on an excursion into one of the many waterfalls that are hidden in the forest. A fresh, rushing stream of water with the kick of a punch is waiting in the pools of water at the bottom of the waterfall’s cascading. It is the Green Season brings a thrill to the waterfalls that are located in the rainforest.