Costa Rica nature photos
[last updated 23-Dec-2022]
With its rain forest, wildlife. and beaches, Costa Rica is one of the world's leading ecotourism destinations. Today the Central American country draws more than 1 million foreign tourists per year who spend an estimated $1.3 billion. This makes tourism one of Costa Rica's most important industries.
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An overview of Costa Rica
Costa Rica is a small country in Central America that is known for its rich biodiversity and ecotourism opportunities. The country has an abundance of nature attractions that are perfect for ecotourists looking to explore the great outdoors. Here are a few of the top nature attractions that Costa Rica has to offer:
- The Arenal Volcano National Park: Located in the northern region of Costa Rica, the Arenal Volcano National Park is home to one of the most active volcanoes in the country. Visitors can hike to the top of the volcano and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. The park is also home to a variety of wildlife, including howler monkeys, toucans, and sloths.
- Corcovado National Park: Located on the Osa Peninsula in the southwestern part of the country, Corcovado National Park is home to some of the most diverse and pristine rainforests in Costa Rica. The park is known for its rich diversity of flora and fauna, including several species of monkeys, sloths, and hundreds of bird species.
- Tortuguero National Park: Located on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, Tortuguero National Park is a popular destination for ecotourists interested in marine life. The park is home to a variety of sea turtles, as well as many other marine animals like dolphins, manatees, and crocodiles. Visitors can explore the park by boat or on foot, and can also participate in guided tours and conservation efforts.
- Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve: Located in the northwest region of Costa Rica, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is home to one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. The reserve is known for its stunning cloud forests, which are home to a variety of unique plants and animals. Visitors can explore the reserve by hiking, ziplining, or participating in guided tours.
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