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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.

What you should know before traveling to Costa Rica

Are you planning a trip to Costa Rica? Then this will help you with what you should know before you go. Best Costa Rica vacationsPlaya Matapalo, Guanacaste Costa Rica seems to be on everyone’s bucket list,…

Top 10 Adventures in Guanacaste Costa Rica by Diamante Adventure

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Best Things To Do in Guanacaste Costa Rica

Guanacaste Costa Rica is one of the top destinations for tourist in the country. It offers a little bit of everything for everyone! If you are looking for nature hikes, wildlife sightseeing, beautiful beach towns and even adventurous experiences, you are guaranteed to find them in Guanacaste Costa Rica!

As far as activities in Guanacaste, here are our Top 10 Best Things to do in Guanacaste Costa Rica:

Diamante Eco Adventure Park Zipline: Certified ACCT

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ACCT Zipline Certification: Meeting International Standards

Diamante Eco Adventure Park is home to the longest dual action Zip Line in Central America. It ranks top in the world and it is a must-do experience. The course is designed and engineered for fun and safety under the ACCT (Association for Challenge Course Technology) standards. When asked if our zip line is safe, we say the safest because we meet all the ACCT standards we get complete blank looks. This sounds like a technical answer, so to better help you with any questions we have written our version: ACCT Standards for Dummies.

Animals of Diamante Series: Marmosets – Animal Sanctuary

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Animal Sanctuary in Costa Rica

Meet Rocky & Luna

Diamante Eco Adventure Park built the Animal Sanctuary in hand with La Paz Waterfall Gardens. The goal is making Diamante a forever home to rescue native wildlife that cannot be reintroduce into the wild. Therefore the wildlife found at the Diamante Animal Sanctuary is rescue, or born in captivity, and is native to Costa Rica. All except one: the marmosets native to the South America region. So why do they form part of our family?

Rocky and Luna are beautiful Brazilian native marmosets hence considered an exotic species in Costa Rica.

Diamante Animal Sanctuary: Sloth-A-Feast

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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.