White-Faced Capuchin Monkey
Oyster's Pick for Where to See It: Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica Habitat: Many types of forest Among the most adorable of the New World monkeys, the White-Faced Capuchins still roam wild in the rainforests of Costa Rica. They can even be spotted near many of the resorts in Manuel Antonio, which is home to the country's most famous national park. Arenas Del Mar is one of the best resorts for spotting them: Before constructing the hotel, developers studied the native monkeys and built in areas that wouldn't interfere with their daily routes. Arenas del Mar also has access to two beautiful, white-sand beaches near the park, which these monkeys frequent.