Don’t wait until the last minute to sign up for this unforgettable trip to the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. We still have a few spaces available for a wonderful BOW Destination. November 15th is the deadline for your deposit of $600.
Birding, Wildlife, National Parks, Remote Eco-Lodges & Great Travel Buddies!
Offered in partnership with Green Edventures
November 15th is the deadline for your deposit of $600.
Wanna sign up now? Go here: http://greenedventures.com/tour/costa-rica-women/
The Osa Peninsula is one of the only places where you can see all four of Costa Rica’s native species of monkeys in the wild. Since monkeys are active during daylight hours, they are one of the most guaranteed mammal sightings on a visit the Corcovado and Piedres Blancas National Parks on the Osa Peninsula – Which is where we are going in February for our women’s trip, Wild and Off The Beaten Path Adventure. To learn about the monkeys that live on the Osa and how you might be able to interact with them read more here:
Baja Mexico: March 16-23, 2016
Snorkel with sea lions, whale watching up VERY close, and more
Trinidad & Tobago: June 11-18, 2016
Snorkel coral reefs, see giant leatherback turtles laying eggs on the beach and help release the newly hatched young
Visit our home page for a list BOW workshops throughout North America
Wisconsin BOW Calendar of Events
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Home Page
See you outside,
Peggy Farrell, BOW Director