Palo Verde Boat Tours are performed on the northwestern region of Costa Rica. These tours bring you to an exuberant national park, unique for its endangered Dry Tropical Forest. This land is home for many different species of mammals, birds and reptiles. This wonderful Park is bordered by two of the biggest rivers on the Province. The Tempisque River comes from the west and the Bebedero River from the east. They both flow down to the south to encounter the Nicoya Gulf and mix with the Pacific Ocean water. Continue reading “5 Extraordinary animals to seek for on the Palo Verde Boat Tours”
The Palo Verde National Park Tour takes you to a unique place; it is formed by and extraordinary mixture between the dry forest and the wetlands. This Park is one of the main natural attractions found on the Guanacaste Province. Some of the most interested visitors are the biologists, the birds’ observers and wildlife enthusiasts. We would be glad to let you close up to this marvel of the nature.
Costa Rica Tours Packages give everyone amazing places and activities where to expend vacations. This wonderful Central America country is well known by its natural places full of biodiversity. One of the main attractions of this enchanting country resides on the volcanic formations spread all over the country. And also the magnificent beauty found in the tropical forests, where you can find wildlife living freely. Continue reading “7 extraordinary facts you can find on the Costa Rica Tours Packages”
The Palo Verde National Park Tour invites you to see the most amazing butterflies. The Tempisque River is one of the favorite’s places for taking a trip. The dry tropical forest offers a specific environment for seasoning birds. When the rainy season ends and water starts drying, new life comes aboard. Butterflies, flying insects, ants and many more will start moving around.
One of the Palo Verde Boat Tours must have a unique marvel hidden for you to discover. On the North Western region of Costa Rica it is located the Guanacaste province. This province is home for hundreds and thousands of living wild animals. There are many preservation zones and national parks where animals live freely.
The Palo Verde National Park Tour brings you to one of the last dry forest remaining on the tropics. Once the tropics were full of dry forests, but now there is only 0.1% of its area existing. The tropical dry forests are now considered endangered and traveling to Costa Rica to visit them helps the preservation of this marvels.