Carara National Park
Carara National Park marks the transition between the Amazonian and Mesoamerican ecosystems (dry and wet climate zones).
One of Costa Rica's most popular national parks, the reserve includes primary and secondary rainforests, a lagoon and marshlands.
It is home to more than 400 birds species and a breeding site for at least 40 pairs of Scarlet Macaws.
Where you are guaranteed to spot one of the largest colonies of crocodiles in Costa Rica.
Pacific Rain Forest
Birding tours offer a superb opportunity to see Scarlet Macaws,
toucans, falcons, parrots, tanagers and warbles, among many other species.
La Iguana Golf
The views, tropical flowers and wildlife combined, make the La Iguana Golf Course a unique golf expérience.