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Jewels of the Neotropics

One of the best itineraries to observe and enjoy some of the most beautiful jewels of the Neotropical realm: 

the Central American Poison Frogs.

Join us through the Central and Southern Pacific of Costa Rica, the mountains of the Talamanca ridge, the archipelago of Bocas del Toro in Panama and the Caribbean rainforests of Costa Rica,

in search of this beautiful jewels of the rainforest.

Southern part of Central America.

In this expedition we can observe almost all species and many morphs of Dendrobatids inhabiting in the Central America region: Oophaga granulifera (yellow, red, red and blue), O. pumilio (many varieties), Phyllobates vittatus, P. lugubris, Dendrobates auratus (Caribbean and Pacific), Andinobates claudiae, Colostethus pratti, Silverstoneia flotator, Allobates talamancae

USD $1,900

Price per person

Meet The Team

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César L. Barrio-Amorós

(Doc Frog)

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Scientific director and photographer

Spanish herpetologist who dedicated his life to the understanding and conservation of nature.

Cristian Porras Ramirez

Cristian Porras Ramirez

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Founder, Managing Director and Photography Director

Some pictures taken during our Dendro tours

About the tour

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What is included and not

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Required equipment

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