White-faced capuchin monkeys thrive in the rainforest national parks of Costa Rica, including Corcovado and Arenal—and are some of the most entertaining wild creatures to spot here. Daytime foragers, they can often be seen in small groups, darting and swinging among tree branches; mother monkeys move about with their sleeping babies slung like knapsacks across their backs.
Beautiful wildlife photos are the best souvenirs to bring home from a trip to Costa Rica. To help you capture them, all Lindblad-National Geographic Costa Rica & Panama expeditions are accompanied by certified photo instructors.
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