National Park Guides
Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge

Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge Guide

Turquoise water and rocky white sand beaches backed by coconut trees and lush rainforest are characteristic of the southern Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge protects roughly 70% of the southern Caribbean which stretches from the little village of Manzanillo all the way down to Panama. The wildlife refuge has wild white […]

Cahuita National Park Guide

Cahuita National Park Guide

Cahuita National Park, on the southern Caribbean coast 26 miles south of the port city of Limón, is a land and marine park best known for white-sand beaches, thick lowland jungle, brilliant turquoise water, and wildlife. Travelers to the southern Caribbean should not miss this coastal highlight! Our Cahuita National Park guide provides helpful information […]

Carara National Park Guide

Carara National Park Guide

Carara National Park is a centrally located forest bordering the Central Pacific Coast. Its location makes it accessible to many destinations in Costa Rica, but it is perhaps most popular for birding. Approximately 48% of Costa Rica’s avian species can be found within the park. Check out our Carara National Park guide for helpful information […]

Rio Celeste Waterfall, Tenorio Volcano National Park

Rio Celeste Waterfall & Tenorio Volcano National Park Guide

Located in the northern lowlands of the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica, Tenorio Volcano National Park is known for Tenorio Volcano, natural hot springs, hiking trails, wildlife, and most notably, Rio Celeste Waterfall. The Legend of Rio Celeste Rio Celeste translates to light blue river. Local legend has it that after God was finished painting […]

Rincon de la Vieja National Park Guide

Rincon de la Vieja National Park Guide

Sitting in the dry northwest corner of Costa Rica in the Guanacaste province, Rincon de la Vieja National Park has a wealth of natural wonders including Rincon de la Vieja Volcano, boiling mud pots, hot springs, and even waterfalls. The 34,000 acres of Rincon de la Vieja National Park are characterized by dry forest with […]

Poas Volcano National Park Guide

Poás Volcano National Park Guide

Poás Volcano is one of the most accessible volcanoes to visit from Costa Rica’s capital city of San Jose and one of the most popular attractions in the Central Valley. It lies within the 16,000 acres that make up Poás Volcano National Park in the Alajuela province. The volcano is surrounded by dense cloud forest […]

A Guide To Visiting Corcovado National Park

A Guide To Visiting Corcovado National Park

Corcovado National Park is one of the largest lowland tropical rainforests in Central America and the best place in Costa Rica for wildlife watching. The park is over 163 square miles, covering nearly half of the Osa Peninsula, yet remains one of the most remote regions of Costa Rica. Famously dubbed “the most biologically intense […]

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