The Travel Guide to the Peninsula de Nicoya, Costa Rica, with detailed Maps, Hotels and Tourist Information
These colorful "Tajalines" or Land Crabs come up from their underground homes in droves at the beginning of rainy season.
They travel from their inland burrows to the coast where they lay their eggs. They walk a straight line on their way to the beach, passing through bedrooms and kitchens and anything else in their way.
Be careful when you pick up that beautiful shell on the beach for your collection: it
may already have an owner...
Hermit crabs cling with their back to the inner threads of empty shells.
There is a lot of small wildlife like crabs and clams living in the sand, so please :