Who said only Moses could walk into the ocean with water on both sides?

Moses did it in Egypt, but you can walk into the Pacific Ocean with the Costa Rican Rain Forest at your back.
When the tide goes down, the Marino Ballena National Park in the Southern Pacific Coast, a strip of sand is uncovered from below the ocean. Once you start to walk a Moses-like-feeling runs from your feet touching the sand to the heavenly like scenery your eyes begin to discover. No wonder whales from the Earth’s Northern and Southern Hemisphere come here to mate and have their offspring.

What is even more hard to believe is that this strip of sand creates a perfect whale’s tail when seen from above as this picture shows. God’s hand or pure coincidence?
However you call it we invite you to discover Costa Rica’s most preserved region, the South Pacific Coast, where the rain forest meets the ocean…