Today we hiked in Parque Tantauco. We were lucky that the weather was much better than yesterday. It rained some but there was also a bit of sunshine. We drove for more than an hour on a bumpy dirt road to get to the park. Below is a picture of the bridge right before the park entrance. It had a five ton limit!
We hiked about two miles on the Rio Yaldad Trail and then walked on the dirt road back to the park headquarters. The trail was beautiful and extremely well built, signed and maintained.
There were also uneven, steep and muddy parts.
The first part of the trail which coincided with the Darwin Nature Trail had some great animal information.
We also saw a live Darwin Fox right outside the visitor center.