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Sloths in Costa Rica

Sloths in costa Rica

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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Costa Rica es un país abundante en flora y fauna, conteniendo el 5% de la biodiversidad del mundo. Visitantes de todo el mundo viene a Costa Rica con el propósito de ver una gran abundancia de animales en la naturaleza. Las mejores opciones para ver vida silvestre son visitando un parque nacional o un santuario…

Diamante’s Animal Sanctuary: Meet our sloths

sloth sanctuary costa rica | visit and see two toed sloth rescued

The Animal Sanctuary is home to three beautiful, slow-moving, two-toed sloths. All of them have been rescued by the Wildlife Ministry of Costa Rica and put in our care. Two-toed sloths are native to the Guanacaste area but these three were rescued outside of the province. Sloths are very delicate creatures due to their slow metabolism, so nursing them back to health is a challenge in itself.

Due to more media awareness, many people became fascinated with sloths and International Sloth Day was created. This special day was designed to raise awareness about the sloth life cycle and natural habitat as well as, educate people about this loveable animal.

The following are stories about our resident sloths:

Diamante Eco Adventure Park: A Special Day at the Animal Sanctuary

A group of friend posing for a photo

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.

Diamante Eco Adventure Park Animal Sanctuary: Special Day at the Park

Group photo at the Wildcats Habitat.