Go Hiking in a Rainforest

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sofia_runs25 sofia_runs25

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I went hiking at Manoa Falls in Hawaii.  Rainforest, waterfalls, and beautiful views. 


Sinyoung Sinyoung

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 Hiking in the rainforest of Suriname (2009)

 Hiking in the jungle of Chang Mai, Thailand (2012)

 Hiking in the jungle of Cameroon (2013)

StupplesOfTheWorld StupplesOfTheWorld

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Australia in 2006. As a young boy our family spent a couple of days hiking round rainforests. They were trully beautiful with a wide array of natural beauties like massive water falls.


jesscrayne jesscrayne

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The day before we would explore the rainforest, our guide told us to buy shoes that would be comfortable but that we weren't too keen on keeping. Doing as we were told, i bought some fake converse knowing that i wouldn't wear them again after tomorrow. We had planned this trip with our travel organization so we had a German guide and were prepared for any eventualities. The most important thing to take with you to the rainforest is Tiger Balm because all these little leeches and mosquitos don't like it. Something I didn't expect in the rainforest was that there we almost no mosquitos. So we walked through small streams, heard and saw some animals and found out what it is like to be stuck in knee deep, dark brown, stinking dirt. One of our companions almost lost his shoe while trying to get out! It was humid but not too hot in there and I have to say I really enjoyed it. If you're ever near a rainforest, ask for a guided tour!


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Hiking in Bako national park in Kuching, Borneo for my 27th Birthday. With a stinking head cold and incredible humidity, hiking through the rainforest to a gorgeous little beach and spotting wild pigs and proboscis monkeys made it all worthwhile. 


Anurag999 Anurag999

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it was mid october of 2010, plan was made by myself

the whole setup was made to camp in jungle and move on..and also it was the National park area we were going.

bunch of booze and chicken made our way down...mosquioto were the greatest enemy and during night it was extreme cold..our tent didn't work out..it used to shed dews throughout night on our face..and i didnt had sleeping bag..i had to get covered in blanket and just roll on ground ..it was a damn experience

Josiemck Josiemck

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 Terrifying. Giant spiders. But, smelt like candyfloss?!

rosemaryale rosemaryale

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I have the US's only national rainforest in my metaphoriacal backyard. [Really old] Photo of my friends and I at El Yunque.

mohsimpson16 mohsimpson16

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 Hiked through the forest in Goa Tetes. Climbed waterfalls and swam in caves. 

k8enmatt k8enmatt

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We hiked through Lamanai ruins in Belize.  Howler monkeys overhead, rain drizzling down on us, mud, Mayan ruins, crocodiles, all sorts of birds.  It was our favorite adventure!


minkmard minkmard

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 I've hiking many times for the last 9 years living in New Zeland, amazing experience

aja.fewell aja.fewell

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In the sweltering heat I trekked through the jungles of Belize and Guatemala. I came across rare lizards, rusted ford trucks abandoned long ago and ancient Mayan temples. My expectations were meet beyond my imagination . I cant wait to go back   


lexiajainz lexiajainz

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 Hoh Rainforest!

vildefs vildefs

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Walked through a rain forest in Cairns, Australia, and went swimming in an oasis in the middle of it. Saw a lot of cool plants, some lizards, and someone in our group spotted a yellow snake in the water while we were swimming. Awesome experience!  

fieldska fieldska

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We hiked in rain forests on a few different occasions on a study abroad trip in Australia in 2007. During one trip, we helped the natives clean the rainforest up!

baederp baederp

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Done this a couple of times....

First was in Costa Rica and the second time was in Austrailia.


lois.gail lois.gail

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I encountered my first rainforests when I took a trip to Australia!  The trees and ferns in the rainforests were HUGE and very lush. My pictures cannot begin to do it justice.

I started in Victoria’s cool temperate rainforest; it survives in small patches across Gippsland and the Dandenong, Yarra and Otway Ranges. We hopped off the Great Ocean Road to explore the lush, green world of Great Otway on the Melba Gully Boardwalk.  The tour guide called our attention to many of the potentially dangerous elements present along the way, e.g. a particular hairy vine that is very poisonous and the berries even more so. It was there that I first learned of the “Man-Eating” Giant snails (pictured).

Then flew North to Queensland where You can trek through all five climatic types of rainforest! There you can trek through the World Heritage-listed Wet Tropics including Kuranda Rainforest and the Daintree - the oldest tropical rainforest on earth!

 Add to this: The World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef and the Rainforests overlap in a unique and beautiful place called Cape Tribulation (it's the photo with the beach rocks and mountains). However, swimming there is at your own risk - they had numerous postings of recent crocodile sightings and warned against swimming.


gzoologist gzoologist

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 My time in Costa Rica was amazing!!!

harpy-eagle harpy-eagle

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It was an incredible experience. I went in Costa Rica, both in the cloud rainforest and in a national park, and it was amazing. I saw sloths, monkeys birds, and even a tapir in the Sierra national park, and a ketsal in the cloud forest. 


cyberstarco808 cyberstarco808

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One of my favorite things to do in Hawai'i. I love the humidity and it's a great place to cool off! Just remember to bring the big spray. 

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