Last chance to photograph the poison frog? Costa Rica is now both officially the happiest country on earth, and also the most biologically intense destination for amateur photographers. Global Photography Tours announces final deadline for their popular, pro guided photo tour of Costa Rica in January

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Global Photography tours will set off for Costa Rica in January, guiding a group of enthusiastic photographers on the trip of a lifetime to photograph a place described by National Geographic as “the most biologically intense on the planet.” With Global Photography Tours, Costa Rica will come alive through photographs and provide the best environment possible for learning the very best photography techniques.

Global Photography tours will set off for Costa Rica in January, guiding a group of enthusiastic photographers on the trip of a lifetime to photograph a place described by National Geographic as “the most biologically intense on the planet.” With Global Photography Tours, Costa Rica will come alive through photographs and provide the best environment possible for learning the very best photography techniques.

Is this the last chance to photograph natural wonders like the fiery jaguar or the deadly poison frog? Costa Rica is the Central American powerhouse, blessed with awe inspiring natural beauty, and breathtaking wildlife. Recently, the New Economics Foundation rated the country number one in the world for both happiness and environmental progress. From the turquoise perfection of Playa Conchal, to old San Jose, the whole country is the perfect destination for any photographer wanting the chance to snap up the full range of disciplines from stunning landscape to exotic wildlife.

Costa Rica packs a huge visual punch, and this tiny nation mixes Spanish and global culture with jaw dropping sights, from paradise beaches to volcanos. More than 27 percent of the country has been, either publicly or privately set aside and protected as National Parks or Wildlife Refuges and Biological Reserves Costa Rica is one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world. For wildlife enthusiasts, there is a larger variety of animals per square mile here than anywhere else on earth.

Yet Costa Rica's very success as a holiday destination has pushed over 150 incredible species close to extinction. From spider monkeys and Titi monkeys, to anteaters, tapirs, jaguar cats and poison frogs, some iconic photographic favourites could already be on their way out.

For photographers looking to improve their technique, for adrenaline junkies, and for anyone who loves the Latin culture, Costa Rica is an essential destination, and this exclusive new tour is the best way to see it.

"Costa Rica has it all, we take a group of photography enthusiasts with mixed tastes and interests every year, and every year they all come back wanting more," explained director Steve Hodel. The itinerary showcases the most photogenic landscapes and exotic wildlife, and provides a continuous opportunity to learn from a professional guide that lives in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica is just one of many jaw dropping destinations available to eager photographers. The company is famous for organizing unique tours to unexplored places like Vietnam, Myanmar, Nicaragua, and Cuba, as well as perennial favourites like Bhutan & Africa. The guided tours open up whole new worlds for taking pictures and learning the cutting edge techniques and proven solutions used by professionals.

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