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Villa Ananda, located in the heart of the lush and biodiverse region of Costa Rica, offers an unparalleled opportunity to experience the wonder of wildlife in its natural habitat. This magnificent property, surrounded by verdant tropical forests and overlooking the pristine beaches of the Pacific Ocean, is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers alike.

Here are some of the incredible creatures that you can expect to spot around Villa Ananda:

Howler Monkeys: These majestic primates are native to Central and South America, and their distinctive calls can be heard echoing through the forests surrounding Villa Ananda. Howler monkeys are the loudest land animal, with their vocalizations audible from up to three miles away. You can easily spot these monkeys in the trees, leaping from branch to branch, and munching on leaves and fruits.

Scarlet Macaws: These brightly colored birds with their red, yellow, and blue feathers are a sight to behold. They are known to be loyal to their partners, and you can often spot pairs of Scarlet Macaws flying together in pairs around Villa Ananda.

White-faced Capuchin Monkeys: These curious monkeys are known for their intelligence and playful behavior. They are often seen hanging upside down from tree branches, picking up fruits and nuts, and occasionally stealing food from tourists!

Humpback Whales: From July to November, humpback whales migrate from their feeding grounds in Antarctica to breed and give birth in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Costa Rica. These magnificent creatures can be seen breaching and tail slapping from the beach or during a boat tour.

Green Sea Turtles: Between November and tail-slapping March, green sea turtles come ashore on the beaches of Villa Ananda to lay their eggs. This is a rare and exciting sight, and a chance to see these ancient reptiles up close.

Red-eyed Tree Frogs: These cute little frogs, with their striking red eyes and bright green bodies, are native to the rainforests around Villa Ananda. You can spot them clinging to tree branches or hiding in the leaves.

Sloths: These slow-moving creatures are a favorite among wildlife enthusiasts. They can be found hanging upside down from tree branches, munching on leaves, and sleeping for up to 20 hours a day!

There are countless other creatures that call the rainforests and beaches around Villa Ananda home, from toucans and iguanas to boa constrictors and crocodiles. Whether you prefer to observe wildlife from the comfort of the villa’s outdoor spaces or get up close and personal on a guided tour, there’s no shortage of opportunities to experience the magic of Costa Rica’s biodiversity. So pack your bags and head to Villa Ananda to witness the incredible wildlife in their natural habitat. So plan your trip today and book now your stay at Villa Ananda with Costa Rica Dreamers.