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Costa Rica Trip - Wildlife & Sunsets - Highlight Reel

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Costa Rica created some amazing backpacking and camping adventures. We were there for a month and our goal was to see as much nature, wildlife, sunrises, sunsets as possible. The full length adventure video is coming soon!

We visited many towns throughout our journey. The above footage was captured from the following areas:
Sloth Sanctuary, Puerto Viejo
Jaguar Sanctuary, Puerto Viejo
Santa Rosa National Park (Witches Rock)
Manuel Antonio National Park

Special thanks to Heather! Not only did she join me on this adventure but she also helped film along the way. Here is her youtube channel:

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