Welcome to Parque Nacional Piedras Blancas
One of the last remaining stretches of lowland rainforest on the Pacific, Piedras Blancas is home to a mindboggling array of flora and fauna, including many of Costa Rica's most exciting animals: pumas, jaguars, monkeys, two-toed sloths and numerous species of bats. Dozens of species of migrating birds stop by here also. According to a study conducted at the biological station at La Gamba, the biodiversity of trees in Piedras Blancas is the densest in all of Costa Rica, even surpassing Corcovado.
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