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The dust flies as two male elephants do battle in Sri Lankas Yala National Park

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Bestsellers – Wildlife Adventure Holidays

Discover Costa Rica

Wildlife Bestsellers
15 Days from £ 3,139

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Join eagle-eyed guides for a wildlife-watching trip through mountains, rainforest and the Caribbean and Pacific coasts

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Discover Costa Rica – with Dominical

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15 Days from £ 3,299

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Experience the Costa Rican rainforest, mountains and coast

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Costa Rica's Coastal Secrets

Wildlife Bestsellers
15 Days from £ 3,689

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Unrivalled wildlife viewing and Costa Rica's coastal wonders 

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Wildlife & Wilderness of Botswana

Wildlife Bestsellers
14 Days from £ 2,999
£ 2,849

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

A Safari through Botswana's best wildlife reserves and Victoria Falls

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Travelled first time with Exodus to Costa Rica and it was a very well organised and exciting tour of the beautiful country. Travelled to many different lodges and national parks. Arriving in San Jose we were welcomed by our wonderful tour guide Gwenda, we couldn’t have asked for a better tour guide, so much knowledge about the country, culture and wildlife. Gwenda is truly an valuable member of Exodus along with Randall our amazing driver keeping us safe on our travels.

Liz Richardson Discover Costa Rica

Excellent introduction to a lovely country

Ruth Webster Discover Costa Rica

This was a jam-packed itinerary, with many walks and other activities, combined with a lot of driving. We moved on every two days, which was necessary to see everything, but it also meant there was no down time. Although this was a wildlife trip, at times the wildlife was rather shy. Some walks we saw very little. We probably saw more wildlife on the boat trips. Our expectations were probably not realistic, but we expected toucans and sloths to be hanging off every branch. It’s not like that (at least in the dry season). We didn’t see a sloth until halfway through the trip when there was one on a tree next to our hotel. Never saw a yellow-billed toucan, although we did see other toucans and toucanets (never knew there was such a thing!). Final count was around 150 different birds, as well as many other creatures (many of which we didn’t know existed). So the wildlife was amazing, but you need to know it doesn’t necessarily just pop out at you. On some walks, especially in Manuel Antonio, there were so many other groups looking at the same thing that it was quite difficult to get in to see things and was quite tiring at times. The walks throughout the trip were also very slow and we understand the pace was to suit looking for wildlife but walking so slowly was difficult and tiring in the heat.

Kurt Mills Discover Costa Rica