This reserve is less traveled than Monteverde, but similar in what you will see. We took a 7:30 am tour and were very impressed with our knowledgeable tour guide. His English was very good and he appeared to be an expert bird caller. We saw the Resplendent Quetzal (magnificent) in his scope. I think that others were also able to see it with the naked eye but I did not. We also saw the endangered Belbor. I was very impressed with our guide’s persistence in looking for the best viewing opportunities. One thing to mention: monkeys and sloths are not usually seen. I went with the expectation of seeing them, but they really are difficult to spot. Regardless, though, the birds, insects and plant life are amazing and you’ll be amazed what you learn on the tour.
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