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Ecotourism

25 National Parks and 58 Wildlife Reserves

Costa Rica is a playground for the adventurous world traveler

Some visitors choose a multi-day all-inclusive nature adventure. Spend the morning in the highlands at the world’s largest volcano crater, the afternoon at waterfall gardens, then then evening at a cloud forest jungle lodge. Over an entire week you can raft a Class III river, zip through the jungle canopy, visit bats in their caves at night, swim with dolphins, tour lowland canals, stand next to Central America’s largest tree, dive in protected coral reefs, bathe in natural hot springs, ride horseback through the jungle, and watch a live volcano spew glowing lava at night. Tour coffee plantations, indigenous reserves, and local craft factories. See some of the world’s most deadly snakes, help collect and protect endangered turtle eggs, or rapell down the face of a warm waterfall.

Costa Rica offers the vacation of a lifetime, where you can enjoy the spectacular wonders of nature while knowing the time and money you spend goes towards the preservation and conservation of natural resources and the communities that take pride in preserving them.

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