Pura Vida! Morgan’s Jungle Lodge, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. Presentation Wednesday (August 21st) (May 22nd), 7:00PM.
Lori Morgan, of Morgan’s Jungle Lodge, and Nancy Ball, of CAVG, will walk you through day-by-day sights, sounds, and adventures of a 7-day visit to the Jungle Lodge.
Wildlife is plentiful at Morgan’s Jungle lodge! Scarlet macaws gather in the almond trees overhead; various monkey troops take the “aerial highway” directly above your hammock daily; and about a billion hermit crabs scavenge the beach constantly. Hawks, lizards, geckos, sloths, anteaters, dozens of species of birds, and some amazing insects – like leaf cutter ants – visit the grounds frequently.
Morgan’s Jungle lodge is located along the Gulfo Dulce, on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. This body of water is the only place in the world where whales from both the northern and southern hemispheres come to have their babies. That’s because of its unique geography and physical features. Gulfo Dulce is also home to several hundred spotted dolphins – which we have the chance to enjoy seeing on a private dolphin watch tour.
In addition to the dolphin watch, our groups experience daily excursions such as rainforest hikes, a day at a family farm to learn local customs, a zipline tour, and a trip into the town of Puerto Jimenez to work side by side with local people on a community service project.
Whether you are interested in joining Cincinnati Adventurers and Volunteers Group (CAVG) for their 7th group visit to what National Geographic calls “one of the most bio-intense” places on the planet, February 1st thru 9th, 2020, or you simply want to learn more about this nature lover’s paradise, join us for this photo presentation.