If you’re visiting Costa Rica and are interested in seeing a sloth, you’re in the right place. These cute and cuddly animals are trendy because of media awareness about their slow-moving lifestyle. Sloths are plentiful in Costa Rica but aren’t always easy to spot with the untrained eye. Even for those seeking Adventure tours.
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Engaging with the community
In the heart of Liberia, Guanacaste the Adelita Muñoz Rovira School has an enrollment of around 350 students. It was founded in 1973 and has been growing ever since. This year we got to treat the graduating class to a full day of fun at our animal sanctuary. To them the experience meant more than just a graduating trip, it meant an adventure. So what makes this experience different? The Adelita Muñoz Rovira School is one of the 22 special educations centers that teach children will all kinds of special needs in Costa Rica.
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Feeding Two Toed Sloths … A Slow & Steady Process
Hanging upside down all day every day can be a very exhausting task, especially when you get to eat and sleep all day. *Insert sarcasm here* Lucy, Mia and Gilbert are our most famous and sought out family members here at the Diamante Animal Sanctuary.
You can find them sleeping upside down, in nooks and crannies, in platforms or anywhere they find comfortable within their habitat. But if you really want to see them move, it takes just one small word: Food.