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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MYTANFEET
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.90%. The average number of likes per post is 364 and the average number of comments is 21.
17.83% of the followers that engaged with mytanfeet regularly are from United States, followed by United Kingdom at 6.2% and Costa Rica at 5.43%. In summary, the top 5 countries of mytanfeet's posts engager are coming from United States, United Kingdom, Costa Rica, Canada, Brazil.
Mytanfeet loves posting about Nature & Outdoors, Travel, Photography, Architecture.
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AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF MYTANFEET
- United States 17.83 %
- United Kingdom 6.2 %
- Costa Rica 5.43 %
- Canada 4.65 %
- Brazil 3.88 %
In celebration of the re-opening of (some) national parks in Costa Rica next week, destination 7 is Manuel Antonio National Park! 🙆♀️ Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the best national parks in Costa Rica for hiking, wildlife and beaches. Although it's the smallest national park in the country, this park offers some of the most picturesque rainforests and palm tree lined beaches for an unforgettable tropical experience 🌴🌴🌴 Explore the trails leading to incredible coastal vistas and ensconced beaches, swim in the refreshing waters of the white sand beaches or hire a guide to show you the flora and fauna of the park. 🏝☀️🌴 The lush rainforest in this park is home to an abundance of wildlife such as 3 types of monkeys, frogs, iguanas, raccoons, white-tailed deer, two types of sloths and more. In fact, this national park's population of cheeky white face monkeys is one of the highlights as they're not exactly afraid of humans and love to steal things. 🐒🦝🦌🦎🐸🦜🦋 Anyone can visit Manuel Antonio National Park as they have a well made universal trail going from the entrance to the main beach, Playa Manuel Antonio. They also have a really nice platform going through mangroves so you get beach, rainforest and mangrove all in one place! Plan the perfect trip to Manuel Antonio National Park: http://goo.gl/CLHlpu Photo description: 1. Manuel Antonio National Park 2. View from hiking trails 3. White face monkey 4. Playa Manuel Antonio and Playa Espadilla Sur 5. 3 fingered sloth 6. Punta Serrucho 7. Human family looking at a monkey family 8. White face monkey mom and baby 9. Playa Manuel Antonio (main beach in park) 10. Squirrel monkey
Destination 6 is Playas del Coco! .Coco, the small fishing village in the Gulf of Papagayo holds a dear place in our hearts. We lived in this town for 3 years and was the second place we lived when I moved to Costa Rica many years ago. We still have family and friends there so we visit often, especially because we absolutely love the Gulf of Papagayo for surfing, fishing, snorkeling and beach hopping 🎣🏄♂️🏄♀️🏖🌴 Coco is an excellent destination for anyone looking for a laid back beach vacation. Though it has dark sand and dark waters unsuitable for snorkeling, all you have to do is take a boat ride 5 minutes around the bay and you'll find hidden white sand beaches with clear blue waters. Along the way, you may find marine animals like rays, dolphins, turtles and whales who call the Papagayo Gulf home 🐋🐬🐠🐢 For scuba divers, it's so close to some of the best diving spots in the country like Islas Murcielagos (Bat Islands), Tortuga and more. For surfers, you're less than an hour from the famous Witch's Rock in Santa Rosa National Park. Although Coco is still fairly small and not as developed as other beach towns, it has a very big American, Canadian and European retiree community with lots of snowbirds and year round foreign residents. As it's only 20 minutes from Liberia International Airport, it's an easy coastal village to visit or stay for a few months. . Coco also has some of the hottest and driest weather in all of Costa Rica. We always joked that it was the last place in the country that got rain making it another reason why tourists love Coco 🌞 Plan the perfect trip to Coco: http://goo.gl/UxwlKN Photo description: 1. Coco beach during dry season 2. Coco is first and foremost a fishing village 3. Pink sunset 4. Coco sunsets are spectacular! 5. You can still swim in the waters, though it's not the prettiest 6. Coco beach and Gulf of Papagayo from above, taken on an @alaskaair flight 7. Coco beach during rainy season, much more green
PUERTO VIEJO is destination 5 🥳 Located on the Caribe Sur coast of Costa Rica, Puerto Viejo’s eclectic Caribbean vibe, stunning beaches, abundant wildlife and delicious food attracts visitors from all over the world. Fly into San Jose Airport and you can use Puerto Viejo as a homebase or spend a few days getting to know the unique Caribbean coast 😍 Puerto Viejo is known as a party town, famous for beach bonfires and crazy dance parties but it's much more than that. This area has, hands down some of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica. You can surf at Cocles, dip your toes in Chiquita or hang up a hammock at Punta Uva Arrecife. Such a great place for a relaxing beach vacation! 🌴🏄♀️⛱ Also, the abundance of wildlife is almost overwhelming. There are SO many sloths that you may *almost* get tired of seeing them. Spend a day at one of the beaches and you'll spot all sorts of monkeys and birds like toucans, hummingbirds and macaws 🦜 And did I mention the food? Ohhh the amazing food! Try Caribbean influenced Costa Rican dishes like rice and beans (not gallo pinto, its made with coconut milk), rondon (coconut based seafood soup) and much more. SO good! 😋 For us, the perfect few days in Puerto Viejo were a day at Cahuita National Park, two days at the beach just relaxing, swimming and sunbathing and another day doing a chocolate tour and visiting the Jaguar Rescue Center 🌴🍫🥥☺😌 Plan the perfect trip to Puerto Viejo: goo.gl/eMZ5Kc Photo description: 1. Puerto Viejo town 2. 3 toed sloth seen in town 3. Punta Uva 4. Punta Uva Arrecife Beach 5. Rice and beans with chicken, patacones and salad 6. Playa Chiquita 7. Bikes are the main mode of transportation in this area 8. Cahuita National Park 9. Jesus Christ Lizard 10. Puerto Viejo town
RIO CELESTE is destination 4! Rio Celeste, or sky blue river, is one of the most picturesque places in Costa Rica. Located inside the Tenorio Volcano National Park, Rio Celeste offers visitors a spectacular day out in the lush rainforests of Costa Rica. The sky blue color of the river appears when two separate clear water rivers meet and a certain type of mineral coated in silicon, oxygen and aluminum remains suspended in the river. The size, suspension and reflection of sunlight creates this vivid blue color in the water 😲 The story as told by locals, (a bit more more romantic than the science) is that Rio Celeste got its stunning color when God dipped his brush in the river as he was painting the sky 😍 The Rio Celeste hike takes you through the Tenorio Volcano rainforests to a stunning waterfall, several viewpoints and the "teñidores" which is where two rivers meet to create the one blue river. It's not a difficult hike with an entire trail length of 3.7 miles (6 km) roundtrip but you'll get a good sweat thanks to the humidity and the steps going down to the waterfall 😁 You can visit Rio Celeste on a day trip from La Fortuna or Guanacaste or you can stay a couple nights in Bijagua, the small town just 25 minutes from Rio Celeste. This area also has excellent birdwatching and is perfect for relaxing in nature 😌☺🦜 Plan the perfect trip to Rio Celeste here: http://goo.gl/1WOIH3 Photo description: 1. Aerial photo of Rio Celeste waterfall 2. Keel billed toucan seen in the park 3. The steps down to the waterfall 4. Rio Celeste waterfall 5. Swimming in the public entrance 6. Bridge over Rio Celeste 7. Hiking through the national park next to the river 8. Rio Celeste bridge 9. Waterfall views
Destination 3 is MONTEVERDE! 😊 Monteverde, a tiny farming village in the Tilaran mountains is one of our favorite places in Costa Rica. It's famous for the incredibly special cloud forests, fantastic birdwatching and exciting adventure. If you love mountains, hiking and nature, you can't miss Monteverde. ❤ Monteverde is also known as the "birthplace" of the zipline and if you love adventure, this is the place to go. Though few in quantity, it makes up for it in excitement and thrills as Monteverde has some of the most exciting ziplines in the country with superman cables, tarzan swings and over 1 km lines! 😱 For those into hiking, the hanging bridges offer unparalleled views of the cloud forest and let you get high up in the forest canopy. If you want even more hiking, visit the cloud forest reserves. Our favorite is Santa Elena because it's the highest in elevation and has less visitors than Monteverde. The Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve is like walking into a fairy tale! 😍 And I can't forget birdwatching. Head to Curi Cancha Reserve to see Resplendant Quetzals, hummingbirds, toucans and all sorts of gorgeous colorful birds! Also make sure to take a coffee tour, Monteverde grows our favorite coffee! ☕ I could go on and on about Monteverde but I don't have enough space so head to the blog for more info: goo.gl/NuxG5u Photo description: 1. Bosque Nuboso Santa Elena 2. Hanging bridges at @selvaturapark 3. Rainbow over Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve 4. View of the drive going up to Monteverde 5. Resplendant Quetzals seen in Curi Cancha Reserve 6. Santa Elena town 7. Cloud forest views 8. Hanging bridges at @skyadventurescr 9. Monarch butterfly 10. Ziplining Selvatura Park
For destination number 2, I give you CONCHAL BEACH! 🙆♀️ Conchal is one of the most popular beaches in Costa Rica thanks to its clear turquoise waters and unique characteristic of the shore being made up of white shells instead of sand! 🌴🌴🌴 . It is located in Northern Guanacaste, 1 hour from Liberia Airport and there are some things to know about the access. The only "direct" access to Conchal beach is via the resorts, Westin Conchal, W Costa Rica and Reserva Conchal. Otherwise, you cannot drive directly to this beach any more. If you are not staying at those resorts, there is a public access via Brasilito town. Visitors must park in Brasilito and walk across that beach to get to Conchal (about 15 minute walk) 🚶♀️ . Another option is to drive to the part of Conchal called Puerto Viejo, which is the very west end of the beach and is a more local spot. You can drive directly there. There aren't any shells at that section so you still need to walk to the other end if you want to see the shells 🐚🐚🐚🐚 . Conchal beach is perfect for a relaxing beach day. You can lay under the trees, get a massage, stand up paddle or snorkel. There is also an awesome viewpoint of Conchal and Brasilito if you walk up the little hill separating the two beaches 🏖 Photo description: 1. Shells on Conchal beach 2. Photo taken from our drone 3. Conchal beach + Westin resort 4. Conchal from viewpoint 5. Conchal beach in green season (taken Sept) 6. Massage on the beach (around $35 for a hour) 7. Swimming in Conchal 8. Conchal in May 9. Enjoying the viewpoint 10. Swimming in Conchal (taken in March)🌊 . More info here: http://goo.gl/EObbWJ
Someone recommended I post more about the regions of Costa Rica so I'm going to start posting mini destination posts! For the first destination, I present to you LA FORTUNA! *********************************************************** La Fortuna is one of the most touristic destinations in Costa Rica, having received over a million tourists in the last year. It's a small town in the Northern Lowlands that is famous for adventure, nature, relaxation, agriculture, wildlife and the active Arenal Volcano 🌋 ********************************************************** It is a 3.5 hour drive from both San Jose and Liberia International Airports on well paved roads and is a MUST visit for first timers. It has excellent infrastructure that is well set up for tourists with a plethora of restaurants and accommodation options ranging from cheap hostel beds to luxury resorts. ******************************************************* The surrounding rainforests, Arenal Volcano and Lake Arenal create the ultimate adventure playground with some of the best outdoor activities in the country such as ziplining, waterfall rappelling, safari floats, mountain biking, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and much more! For relaxation, the hot springs in La Fortuna are unlike any other in the country. ********************************************* It is also a haven for nature and wildlife lover. Visitors can see toucans, sloths, monkeys, iguanas, frogs, snakes and all sorts of amazing animals in the area 🐵 🦥🐸🐍 For these reasons, every traveler will love La Fortuna and it's perfect for everyone, especially families! We have been to La Fortuna over 15 times and we always have a great time! **** Photo description: 1: Aerial photo of La Fortuna and Arenal Volcano 2: Tabacon hot springs 3: Collard aracari toucans 4: White water rafting on Pacuare River 5: La Fortuna waterfall 6: Mistico Hanging Bridges Park 7: Sloth seen on Bogarin Trail 8: Arenal Volcano National Park 9: Red eye tree frog seen on a night walk 10: La Fortuna downtown park Like or comment if you've been to La Fortuna! 😊 More info: https://mytanfeet.com/cities-costa-rica/la-fortuna-de-san-carlos-a-real-fortune-in-nature/
Happy Monday everyone! Now this isn't a photo I would normally post on Instagram since I try to focus on the ~pretty pictures and cute sloths~ but I hope this picture brings a chuckle to your face during our times of quarantine. This is a Central American squirrel and he has some *BIG* nuts, am I right 😂😂😂 I was very surprised when I was editing photos and came across this guy as I was not expecting to see this at all! ******************************************************* Serious question for you though - we all know that travel is and going to be pretty much non existent for a while so I'm trying to figure out what content to keep sharing since I want to keep inspiring people about Costa Rica. Someone told me I was insensitive for posting pictures of beaches when I was just trying to inspire and help people relive their favorite Costa Rica beach experience soo 🤷♀️ Each to their own and I understand that some people may have to unfollow or unsubscribe because travel isn't a priority, it may be too sad for some people and some of us may be going through some really tough times but it wasn't my intention at all 😕 We may be in Costa Rica right now but we have been sheltering in place for a month and all public spaces, beaches and national parks are closed so we miss it a lot too (especially surfing, man do we miss 🏄♀️🏄♂️) So I'm open to any feedback, please let me know what you'd like to see or read about! #costarica #puravida #costarica2020 #costaricatravel #visitcostarica #costaricawildlife
How is everyone doing lately? Costa Rica announced yesterday it will extend its border closures through April 30, 2020. We completely understand their decision as they want to prevent any outbreaks of COVID-19 in the country but I have to be honest, I secretly wish a tiny bit they would open the beaches so we can surf. It's been crazy hot lately in Guanacaste and with all the beaches and public spaces closed, it's been hard not to go a bit stir crazy with cabin fever here, but we are healthy and we are so thankful for that so we have to keep doing our part to social distance and self quarantine. It's very odd to drive through Tamarindo and see it completely empty with all businesses closed and boarded up. This week would nornally be crazy crowded, being Holy Week which is one of the biggest, if not the biggest holiday in Costa Rica. Hard to say if Easter or Christmas is crazier here, it's that busy! But we, like everyone else is hoping the world will heal itself soon and that everyone practices good hygiene and social distancing so things can go back to "normal" (or what the new normal will be). We hope you are in good health wherever you are in the world. In the meantime, here is a close up photo of a 3 fingered sloth we saw in Manuel Antonio National Park, one of the best places to see sloths in Costa Rica. He posed a while for me which was delightful. I managed to get a few nice shots of him before he curled into a ball for a nap. Stay healthy everyone! #costarica #sloth #ig_costarica #manuelantonio #costarica2020 #visitcostarica #manuelantonionationalpark #costaricawildlife #costaricaanimals #costaricasloths #puravida
Happy Monday everyone! We hope you guys had a safe and good weekend. I've been going through and editing old footage the past week and found some Resplendant Quetzal photos I never edited that I thought I'd share to brighten up your day. These birds are known for their long tail (males), bright red and green colors and fuzzy head. They're such gorgeous birds making it a prized one to see for birders. You can see Quetzals in several places in Costa Rica, the most notable one being Monteverde. Their breeding season is March until June-ish and it's a great time to see them as the males dance around trying to impress females and feed on the tiny avocados (avocados are in photo 1, bottom right) We saw these Quetzals a couple years ago in Monteverde at the @curicanchareserveofficial we felt so lucky to see 4 to 5 males and a female in just one tree! As you can see, the males tail is soo long that it doesn't even fit in the Instagram post. They are such cute birds with a funny hairdo 🥰 Hope you enjoyed our short post and photos of the beautiful Resplendant Quetzal! Stay safe everyone ❤ #costarica #puravida #ig_costarica #monteverde #birds #birding #visitcostarica #costaricabirds #costaricawildlife #costarica2020
Some snaps from a recent visit to Rio Celeste with friends a few weeks ago. We had amazing weather with a bit of clouds but no rain at all so the river was soo blue! Our visit was on March 2nd. The trail was just a bit muddy at parts and they were doing some maintenance as the viewpoint platform was broken and they fixed up a bridge but the whole trail was open for us to see the gorgeous waterfall, the blue lagoon and union of the two rivers. After the hike, get a smoothie/coffee and lunch at the restaurant right outside called Los Pilones. Really good and very reasonable prices! #costarica #ig_costarica #rioceleste #guanacaste #arenal #puravida #visitcostarica #costarica2020 #tenoriovolcano #nationalparks #alajuela
We know a lot of you are disappointed that you won't be able to visit Costa Rica as the borders close today but if we all do our part, the world can go back to normal sooner than later and it's so important to stay healthy and safe in these times. I'll try to post more Costa Rica content on Instagram to keep you guys inspired until you are able to visit. We also post a lot on our Facebook (look for Mytanfeet.com) if you want to stay updated there too (I post different content to both platforms) This photo is of a gorgeous little beach next to Playa Rajada up in the La Cruz/Salinas Bay area. This area isn't very touristic which is perfect for those looking to explore and adventure off the beaten path beautiful beaches such as this one and Playa Rajada. I snapped this shot when we were at Rajada beach as I found a small path at the south end leading up to a viewpoint. It's now one of my favorite beaches and viewpoints and we can't wait to go back and explore this area more! #costarica #puravida #ig_costarica #guanacaste #ig_guanacaste #visitcostarica #rajada #costarica2020 #beautifuldestinations #costaricacool #thisiscostarica
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