A snail on the banks of Rio Ora, Camaronal beach in the canton of Nandayure.
Sometimes nature surprises us with its beauty. Horses galloping along Garza Beach in front of a local fisherman.
Bees hard at work in the apiary in Pilangosta, Hojancha. Bees are responsible for the survival of many animal and plant species.
The lush, green mountains of Hojancha are home to thousands of species that inhabit the tropical dry forest of Guanacaste.
70% of the earth is ocean. The oceans are inhabited by sea turtles called Olive Ridley Sea Turtles, direct descendants of the dinosaurs. Ostional Beach, in the canton of Santa Cruz, is one of the beaches in the world that receives the largest number of turtles.
Our planet offers everything we need to live... and all we need to enjoy ourselves and relax. A man takes a siesta between the palms of Samara Beach.
On the coast of Guanacaste, sunset is the best time to appreciate how wonderful our Mother Earth is. Sunset at Playa Pelada.
We are all one. Guiones Beach, Nosara.