This exciting tour will give you the opportunity to appreciate several species of birds that delight our senses with their beautiful singing and amazing mix of different bright colors that stand out among the greenness of the trees of our primary and secondary forest. You will be guided by our experts through our cozy trails where you can be lucky enough to capture the best pictures of this highly diverse animals.
On this frog tour, you will have the opportunity to see some of the most unique and colorful species of frogs in Costa Rica, including the iconic Red-Eyed Tree Frog, the Poison Dart Frog, and many others.
As you explore the rainforests with an experienced guide, you will learn about the fascinating behavior and adaptations of these incredible creatures and their importance in the fragile ecosystems of Costa Rica.
Whether you are a nature enthusiast, a photography buff, or simply looking for a one-of-a-kind adventure, the Frog Tour in Bijagua Costa Rica is an experience you won’t want to miss.
So grab your camera and your sense of adventure, and get ready to discover the incredible world of Costa Rican frogs.
What specific frog species can I expect to see?
Some of the most common frogs that you might encounter on a frog tour in Bijagua include:
- Red-Eyed Tree Frog: This iconic frog is known for its bright green body, red eyes, and orange feet. It is a nocturnal species that spends most of its time high up in the trees.
- Glass Frog: These frogs are named for their translucent skin, which allows you to see their internal organs. They are primarily active at night and can be found near streams and rivers.
- Hourglass Tree Frog: This frog is a small, brightly colored species that is active during the day. It has a bright green body with a distinctive hourglass-shaped mark on its back.
- Masked Tree Frog: This species has a bright green body with black markings on its face, which give it a “masked” appearance. It is primarily active at night and can be found in trees near water sources.
These are just a few examples of the many different frog species that can be found in Bijagua and other parts of Costa Rica.
However, it’s important to note that the exact species you might see on a frog tour can vary depending on the time of year, weather conditions, and other factors.
Can I touch the frogs ?
In general, it is not recommended to touch the frogs during a frog tour in Costa Rica, as many frog species secrete toxins through their skin that can be harmful to humans.
Additionally, touching the frogs can stress them out and potentially harm their delicate skin.
That being said, the exact policies regarding touching frogs during a tour may vary depending on the specific tour operator and the regulations in the area.
En Jungle Life Costa Rica, we love frogs in their natural habitat and wish to protect them. For this reason, touching them is not allowed.
How long does the frog tour last?
The frog tour takes an hour of hiking in the middle of the rainforest. The trails are specially designed to avoid disturbing these animals and to observe them in their natural habitat.
What do I need to bring for a frog tour in Costa Rica?
You should wear comfortable clothing that is suitable for hiking in a tropical rainforest, such as breathable fabrics and sturdy footwear that provides good traction.
It’s also a good idea to bring insect repellent to ward off any pesky bugs and a rain jacket or poncho in case of a sudden downpour.
Lastly, we recommend bringing a camera or binoculars to capture the incredible sights and enhance your overall experience.