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Corcovado National Park Costa Rica

Rainy season storm from Sirena Ranger Station at Corcovado National Park

Storms are never fun to go through, but they can be quite beautiful to see as they roll over the horizon. They are even more beautiful when they roll in the opposite direction you are in. During the rainy season in Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica, you will definitely endure several rainstorms a day; however, it is not like it rains 24 hours. When I was there it often rained a lot at night, but I only experienced a few squalls during the day that normally lasted a half hour or more. My trip was in early September. I hear that October is not the time to visit Costa Rica as it rains a lot more during this month.

This photo post was inspired by a photo from Elatlboy in Florida.
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