Both the dry and the “green” seasons offer much to see in Latin America. While the green season is characterized by more rain, in the rainforest environments, rain can happen in any season. And because the three countries are so close to the equator—between about 7 degrees and 10 degrees north—temperatures change very little from month to month.
A variety of wildlife sightings are possible any time of year, while some occur with the changing seasons. From humpback whales and iguanas to ruby throated hummingbirds and butterflies, this region is known as a migration crossroads. You never know what Mother Nature might have in store for you.
The History of Taboga Island
It’s a lovely morning, just like all mornings in the tropics. A little overcast but that is actually fantastic because today we are facing the Cross Hill hike at Taboga Island...
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Size matters: Small-boat cruise offers close-up of Panama, Costa Rica
It was easy to forgive the scarlet macaws on a high branch making me feel severely under-dressed, and the spider monkeys tossing sticks at me...
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