Caño Negro

Caño Negro is a site of worldwide importance for wetlands conservation. This habitat shelters a wide variety of plant and wildlife species, many of which are unique or in danger of extinction, including seabirds such as the jabiru and reptiles such as caimans and turtles.

During the dry season, the refuge becomes an important feeding ground for the thousands of seabirds that arrive at the wetland. The plumage of some of …


An untouched rainforest and the natural beauty of the Osa Peninsula make this region one of the most beautiful of Costa Rica. Recognized as one of the places on earth the densest and varied biodiversity by the National Geographic, the Osa Peninsula, with the Bahía Drake, has become over the years, the top country's ecological destination.

Drake Bay is a pristine bay, with exuberant vegetation, located north of the Osa …

Monteverde-Santa Elena ( Biological Reserve-Cloud Forests)

The Monteverde tourism zone is known around the world for its conservation efforts and lifestyle centered around respect for nature.

Owing to the area’s attractions and environment, activities are centered around natural history and adventure; possible tourist activities include bird- (especially the resplendent quetzal), wildlife- and nature-watching, hiking, canopy tours, trips to suspension bridges and visits to butterfly and frog gardens.

The Monteverde Biological Reserve boasts a wealth of diversity …

San Gerardo de Dota

The village of San Gerardo de Dota is situated at the bottom of a deep valley with enchanting landscapes of pastures and rainforest, a paradise for hikers.

In Savegre river cold waters, just a few kilometers from its source, visitors can fish for rainbow trout, or simply take refuge on its banks to relax or capture the river’s beauty on film or video. The Savegre features …