U.S.Tourist Missing While Hiking in Corcovado National Park Costa Rica

Posted on July 30, 2014 • Filed under: Costa Rica, Tourist Missing

ticotimes.net reported search-and-rescue teams from the Costa Rican Red Cross continued their efforts Monday to locate a missing U.S. hiker, believed to have disappeared in the rugged Corcovado National Park in the country’s southwestern Osa Peninsula. Cody Roman Dial, a 27-year-old Alaska native, had been traveling through Mexico and Central America for the last seven months before his arrival in the Osa Peninsula. Dial had been in touch through email with his father, the well-known Alaskan adventurer Roman Dial, and last wrote on July 10 to say he planned to enter the park through an entrance near the Conte River, a region off-limits to tourists. 27-year-old Cody Roman Dial has been missing in Corcovado National Park since July 22. After interviews with area residents, Red Cross officials now believe Dial entered and exited the park several times. He was last seen on July 22 near the Río Tigre, Read Article

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