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Costa Rica Web Cams
Costa Rica Travel, Costa Rica Surfing, Costa Rica wildlife and birds photos. Visit Hummingbird Web Cam, Costa Rica's National Park Monterverde Quetal Web Cam, Playa Jaco Beach Surf Web Cam.
Colibríes is the Spanish name for Hummingbirds, some of the most-loved of all birds. We have set up a live web camera here in Costa Rica National Park Monteverde, so that you can enjoy these beautiful little birds as they come in for a quick drink at our feeder. This is ColibríCam!
Hummingbird Nesting Video
Costa Rica Monterverde Hummingbird Video
Costa Rica's prized quetzal is sought out througout the world. Bird watchers and ExploreCostaRica.com Internet visitors around the globe can now view live images from inside the nest of a pair of wild quetzals (a spectacular bird native to Central America).
Interact with local Costa Rica National Park, forest guides and researchers in the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. Gain an appreciation of the important roles that tropical ecosystems play at local, regional, and global levels, and in Costa Rica's National Parks.
Costa Rica Quetzal Cam Northern Zone
Jaco Beach Surf Cam
The surf's always up at Costa Rica's Central Pacific Playa Jaco Beach. Jaco Beach, south of Puntarenas and north of Manuel Antonio on Costa Rica’s Central Coast, is a sanctuary for surfers and fun-lovers – but most of all, fun-loving surfers! Jaco Beach is also one of Costa Rica’s Top Ten Beaches.
Jaco Beach was once an archetypal sleepy beach town. But it wasn’t long before Jaco Beach’s excellent waves began to draw foreign surfers in exponential numbers, especially because of the Costa Rica beach’s proximity to the San Jose (less than two hours).
Along with the surfers came the need for nightlife. Now, the town of Jaco Beach is Costa Rica’s wildest party beach, and a top destination for wave-worshippers and land-lubbers alike.