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Die besten Parks in Puntarenas Province

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“Manuel Antonio National Park, on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast, encompasses rugged rainforest, white-sand beaches and coral reefs. It’s renowned for its vast diversity of tropical plants and wildlife, from three-toed sloths and endangered white-faced capuchin monkeys to hundreds of bird species. The park’s roughly 680 hectares are crossed with hiking trails, which meander from the coast up into the mountains”
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“Go and the take a jog in this Metropolitan Lung full of trees that purify the air in the city. You can also visit the Art Museum.”
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“Wonderful sandy beaches and warm, clear ocean waters. The iconic Whales Tail is a must visit during low tide. Check the tides chart so you leave enough time to explore at your leisure. Sunrise or sunsets are stunning from the beach. As a general rule of thumb, the beaches are not crowded and provide a wonderful place to rest an relax.”
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“This is the largest active volcano in Costa Rica. At Poas Volcano you will be able to get all the way to the mountain top and look down the crater that is surrounded by the cloud forest. It's a spectacular view! ”
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“Plenty of animals for the kids to see. while around, visit the plants sold along the way, you will be able to see some beautiful plants and flowers”
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Natural Feature
“Vielfalt von Pflanzen und Tieren, einfach atemberaubende Schönheit rundherum.”
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Karibisches Restaurant
“Visit the national park in Cahuita. You can follow the 8 km trail along the beach and on the way see a lots of anilmals like howler monkeys, whitfaced monkeys, sloths or different kind of snakes, caymans, iguanas or birds.. You can also enjoy the beautiful sandy white beach in the park”
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“Tallest Mountain in Costa Rica, gorgeous views and one can reserve a spot to hike to the top (13,000ft) which takes a couple of days.”
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“Carara National Park is south of the Rio Tarcoles and 6 km north of Punta Leona. It boasts of a large population of breeding scarlet macaws, capuchin monkeys, anteaters, parrots, aracaris, kingfishers old growth forest and is a transistional forest supporting both Amazonian and Mesoamerican habitats. El Parque Nacional Carara se encuentra al sur del Río Tarcoles y 6 km al norte de Punta Leona. Tiene una gran población de guacamayos escarlatas, monos capuchinos, osos hormigueros, loros, aracaris, martín pescador, bosques de viejo crecimiento y es un bosque de transición que sustenta los hábitats amazónicos y mesoamericanos.”
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“If you can't climb Mt. Chirripó, the extensive trails in this nature reserve at the base of the mountain are the next best thing. You will see waterfalls and crystal clear pools and many birds. The trails are steep in places, but walking sticks are provided.”
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“For eco-tourists and animal lovers the Curu Wildlife Reserve is one of the highlights of the Nicoya Peninsula. In a tropical paradise environment visitors can see many of Costa Rica's animals in the wild. Curu is privately owned and part of a large farm which combines sustainable agriculture and forest management with the protection of wildlife and nature. The Curu river is a magnet for many animals Of the 1,496 hectare property only 5 % (84 hectares) are protected under the terms of a "wildlife reserve". This zone encompasses the 200 meter wide beach area, together with the mangrove estuaries and rivers. ”
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National Park
“Beautiful place to go hiking where you can watch different kinds of birds an animals and the beautiful nature !”
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“At a short 15 min. drive from Casa Mora B&B, the Jardín Botánico Lankester was initially the private botanic garden of the British naturist Charles H. Lankaster, which was donated to the Universidad de Costa Rica in 1973 and it has become one of the most active botanic institutions in the Neotropics. This is a great place to relax and enjoy picture perfect landscaping.”
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“This tropical rainforest boasts an unbelievable array of flora and fauna, accompanied by towering waterfalls and mountainous vegetation. Founded in 1978 in efforts to save some of the region that was being replaced by the Guapiles Highway, Braulio Carrillo is actually one of the most easily accessible parks in Costa Rica. The park features several dormant volcanoes and protected regions of the Sarapiqui River. This biodiversity lends to the abundance of species that populate the park.”
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“As far as city squares go, Plaza de la Cultura leaves much to be desired. That’s because its unremarkable architecture and mostly concrete designs tend to make it one of the less visually pleasing squares in this colorful city. Still, travelers in search of a true taste of San Jose life will do well to visit this busy square, where locals gather after weekend shopping trips and stay well into the night”
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“These waterfalls are stunning and refreshing! Bring your bathing suit & towel to spend the day. There are also plenty of restaurants​ & shops around this hippie town so be sure to bring your wallet. ”
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