Whale’s Tail is the wonderful highlight of the Marino Ballena National Park in Uvita, a beach town in the South Pacific Region of Costa Rica. There are ways nature astonishes us with her creations, Whale’s Tail is one such example. It is a strip of land formed by sand where 2 beaches unite and along with the tip, resembles a Whale’s Tail. Humpback whales visit the region most part of the year, which makes the natural formation of Whale’s Tail even more interesting – as if an advertisement by nature!
The shape of Whale’s Tail becomes prominent during low tide. In this video, we explore the Whale’s tail and the Uvita beach through snippets of vlogs and cinematic aerial drone shots.
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Check out the following articles for a full guide of Marino Ballena National Park, recommendations about the best things to do in Uvita and a detailed story about the activity of watching humpback whales in Uvita.
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