Thrill-seeking kayakers negotiate a perilous suspension bridge soaring over Costa Rica’s Savegre River, near Manuel Antonio National Park. Snaking through a lush rain forest filled with tropical birds and pristine waterfalls, the Savegre is a spectacular stretch of coastal white water.

Suspension Bridge, Savegre River

Thrill-seeking kayakers negotiate a perilous suspension bridge soaring over Costa Rica’s Savegre River, near Manuel Antonio National Park. Snaking through a lush rain forest filled with tropical birds and pristine waterfalls, the Savegre is a spectacular stretch of coastal white water.
Photograph by Lucas J. Gilman/Aurora Photos

Costa Rica Photos

See photos of Costa Rica (including the rain forest, beach, San Juan, and more) in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

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