RANDOM QUICK FACT 3
The strawberry poison dart frog’s name is derived from their usefulness to the tribes of Central America who use their toxic secretion to poison the tips of their blow-darts and thus paralyse their prey.
A conehead katydid, one of the many weird and wonderful noctunral creatures we found on late night scouts of our jungle camps.
Above left Traipsing through a creek on our way to yet another isolated waterfall for a cool down. Above right Mountain bikes are reflected in JC’s sunnies on Day 3. Bottom right A cloudy sky and full moon made for a dramatic backdrop to our camp at Narajillo.