Corcovado: virgin forest in all its splendour

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Corcovado: virgin forest in all its splendour

Corcovado National Park, on the Pacific side's Osa Peninsula, is home to many endangered species as it is one of the wildest parks in the country.

Created in 1975, this vast national park of 42,000 hectares, of which there are 5,000 in the maritime domain, has absolutely fabulous biodiversity. Its primary rainforest, beaches, and coral reefs are inhabited by 71 species of reptiles, 124 species of terrestrial mammals (including howler monkeys, spider monkeys, and capuchins),and 375 different types of birds. Besides, of course, dozens of bat species, freshwater fish and sea turtles... Accompanied by a guide, you will observe this natural magnificence by walking trails through dense jungle or along the coast, hemmed in by the waves of the Pacific Ocean. It's a truly unique experience in an unspoiled area protected from classical tourism.

Parque nacional Corcovado
Provincia de Puntarenas

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