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Costa Rica Wildlife Sightseeing

Costa Rica offers a wide variety of vacation destinations for the nature lover, avid surfer, beach enthusiast or for those looking for an inexpensive tropical paradise to get away from it all. The country is focused on eco-tourism whether you stay in a low cost bungalow or a five star hotel, you can be confident that you are leaving the smallest carbon footprint possible.

The ARENAL VOLCANO NATIONAL PARK has Costa Rica’s most active volcano, which is also one of the world’s most active volcanoes. You can stay in certain hotels that are placed to give spectacular views of the volcano. Hiking trails over hardened lava take you through the rain forest to view the flora, fauna, and hot springs. You can also take an open-air gondola up to an observation deck for fantastic views. The MONTEVERDE CLOUD FOREST BIOLOGICAL RESERVE is one of the world’s most diverse wildlife refuges with mammals, birds, insects, and plants including orchid variations. The trails are well-maintained, and, since there are not many rugged sections, it is perfect for the whole family to hike through the cloud forest, past waterfalls, and see one or more of the five suspension bridges. One of those is 300 feet high! The Tropical Science Center runs this not-for-profit wonderland.

There are 27 national parks that are protecting the amazing flora and fauna including jaguar, tapirs, peccaries and ocelot. Costa Rica is considered the most bio-diverse region in the world with 12 key ecological zones and 25 percent of its land is protective parks and reserves. High in the Tilaran Mountain Range is the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. It is 90 percent virgin forest with 10,500 hectares of tropical rainforest and hundreds of mammals, birds, reptiles and the most orchid species in one place.

The OSA PENINSULA was declared by “National Geographic Magazine” as “one of the most biologically intense places on earth”. This nature wonderland has one of the tallest rain forests in the world and Central America’s largest expanse of lowland tropical rain forest. Drake Bay, discovered by Sir Francis Drake, is its most popular town.

TORTUGUERO NATIONAL PARK can only be reached by airplane or boat but is still one of Costa Rica’s most visited parks. The main feature is the nesting grounds for multitudes of turtles. Most visitors to the area spend 3 to 4 days exploring the river canals viewing the different species of wildlife in the area. Complete customize vacation packages are available for individual and small groups. Transportation around Costa Rica can be a challenge, especially if you rent a car or try taking the local bus system. It is recommended that visitors use an established tour operator to help arrange all the logistics and transportation options to get the most out of your vacation.

Planning a journey to Costa Rica can be challenging. Dealing with the differences in culture, language and belief requires the help of an specialists travel arranger. Reliable and dependable arrangements are necessary for a successful vacation. For a list of our top 5 destinations to choose from visit our online web site for more details.

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