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Parks & Gardens
Famously labeled by National Geographic as ‘the most biologically intense place on earth,’ Parque Nacional Corcovado is the last great original tract of tropical rainforest in Pacific Central America...
Beaches, Islands & Waterfronts
This 326-hectare (806-acre) island is among Bahía Drake's most popular destinations, not only for fish and marine mammals, but also for snorkelers, divers and biologists...
Natural Parks & Forests
The Ríos Térraba and Sierpe form a network of channels and waterways that weave around the Humedal Nacional Térraba-Sierpe, Costa Rica's largest mangrove swamp...
Landmarks & Monuments
While the bay is rich with dive sites, a local highlight is undoubtedly the Bajo del Diablo, an astonishing formation of submerged mountains that attracts an incredible variety of fish species, including jack, snappe...
On the east side of the airstrip, Herrera Gardens & Conservation Project is a 250-acre reserve with beautiful botanical gardens...
This private botanical garden, surrounded on three sides by primary rainforest, is a real-life Eden...
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