Featured Destination: Tortuguero National Park

Located in the remotes areas of the Limon Province, is one of the most visited parks in Costa Rica. The home of a very rich biodiversity and can only be reach by boat or plane.

Get into the deep of mangrove forests in this natural experience surrounded by all kinds of trees and dangerous wildlife. Tortuguero is the home of many kinds of reptiles like caimans, crocodiles, iguanas, river turtles and more. Also, the habitat of large mammals like jaguars, manatees and otters.

Tortuguero National Park is surrounded by private property consisting of large areas under cattle ranching and agricultural farming. The park area itself does not have any permanent human settlement though settlement was reported during the early part of the 20th century when logging, turtle hunting, and collecting and selling skins of large mammals and reptiles were the major activities. The local inhabitants around the park are only permitted to collect forest products to supplement their income and also for domestic use. Fishing and tourism are major activities, so visiting the park is only permitted with regulated guidance.

This kind of tours through the canals are managed by a professional guide that will help you to look closer at the flora and fauna.

Tortuguero is the perfect destination for people who want to forget about the routine and technological devices, it’s the perfect place for natural enrichment and relaxation. Those who visit this national park agree that it’s a unique experience.

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