We reached our goal! It took one year and we clocked over 66,000 kilometers which is more than one and a half times around the equator. Jeanne and I drove the Pan-American Highway from Alaska to the southern tip of South America near Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, Argentina. The voyage started and ended in Toronto.
Along the way we documented our experiences and took over 2,000 photographs. While in Costa Rica, we were very fortunate to find and stay for three months in a beautiful tree-top home located on the side of a mountain in a private 250-acre eco-forest overlooking the warm Pacific Ocean and close to several sandy beaches.
Now our desire is to provide a one-of-a kind home and introduce other people to this incredibly diverse, friendly and beautiful country. So enjoy the photographs, check the availabilty calendar and let us know if you would like to escape to a breath-taking treehouse in Costa Rica.
Paul & Jeanne
JunglaVista Proprietors: Jeanne & Paul
Read about Jeanne & Paul's adventure:
"The Road Less Travelled"
Toronto Star article:
"The High Costa Living"
"The Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation"
"Evergreen Brick Works"