Sierpe

For those vacationers who love bird-watching and would like to have a chance to see a crocodile, then a tour through the mangroves on the Sierpe River is a must. This is your opportunity to see some of the tallest mangroves in the country. You will also see many species of wildlife: monkeys, sloths and anteaters and, of course, crocodiles....

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Corcovado/Osa Penninsula – Caño Island Marine Park

Caño Island is about 12 miles off the coast of Drake Bay, recognized as a primary breeding and birthing ground for whales. For those interested in snorkeling and scuba diving this is the place to visit. It is far enough from the mainland to not have the same effects of seasonal rains and includes a 3-mile...

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Ballena Marine National Park

This is the major attraction in the area. It covers around 110 hectares of coastline and 5300 hectares of ocean. The park includes two beautiful beaches and a coral reef...

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Costa Ballena (Whale Coast)

The whale coast provides such biodiversity that there is something for everyone. As it’s name implies Costa Ballena is perfect for whale watching. Large numbers of migratory whales frequent the area for breeding and birthing...

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Manuel Antonio

Created in 1972 Manuel Antonio National Park is 1680 acres of beautiful beaches, lush rain forest and coral reefs. One of the top destinations in Costa Rica...

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Nearby Beaches

Beautiful beaches are minutes away by car including Playa Hermosa, Playa Bahía Uvita (home of the Whale's Tail), Playa La Colonia, Playa Piñuela (and) Playa Tortuga (Turtle Beech)...

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