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Playa Blanca (Punta Leona) Small beach of 500 mts of white sands, with gentle waves towards the southeast. It has the pre-sea of beautiful cliffs where we can observe the penetration of the force of the sea through the pits. It has a lush vegetation along its coastline. Its transparent waters are ideal for scuba...

Garabito Puntarenas The name of the canton is in memory of the heroic and indomitable Garavito, chief cacique of the Huetar kingdom of the West that in the beginnings of the conquest resided in the valley where San Ramon is located today; whose dominions they comprised towards the west of the river Virilla. Don Carlos...

The tapir The (danta) or tapir (tapirus bairdii) is the largest terrestrial mammal inhabiting the neotropic. In Costa Rica, it lives in both low-lying areas (Guanacaste, Corcovado National Park) and highlands, such as Cerro de la Muerte. Their behavior varies according to the place they inhabit; for example, those who live in Corcovado are quite...

Montes de Oro The territory that currently corresponds to the canton of Montes de Oro was inhabited by indigenous people from the so-called Chorotega group. Formerly the city of Miramar was called Los Quemados. There is the version that is due to the coloration of the mountains, which gives the impression that they have been...

Learn about Puntarenas The city of Puntarenas was the main port of Costa Rica in the Pacific. Currently Puerto Caldera (16 kilometers south of Puntarenas) is the most important Costa Rican port for the arrival of tourist cruises and also cargo in general. This province reveals its tremendous geographic variety through vibrant landscapes. It has...

Whale watching in Puntarenas During many years, the warm waters south of the Nicoya Peninsula have been visited by whales that migrate from the colder waters in the Northern Hemisphere or the Southern Hemisphere. In our marine area we see Humpback whales that traveled 6000 kilometers in order to give birth to their offsprings in...

Costa Rican Marine Life Amphibians Their habitat can be aquatic or terrestrial, they reproduce by eggs, have four legs, their skin is naked and wet, they feed on insects. They are classified in Anurans (toads and frogs), Urodelos (salamanders) and Nicknames. Costa Rica is home to about 175 amphibians, 85% of which are frogs. Frogs...

Momot bird in Costa Rica The motmots or Momotidae are a family of birds in the near passerine order Coraciiformes, which also includes the kingfishers, bee-eatersand rollers. All extant motmots are restricted to woodland or forest in the Neotropics, and the largest diversity is in Middle America. Motmots eat small prey such as insects and lizards, and will also take fruit. In Costa Rica, motmots have been observed feeding on poison dart frogs. Like most of the...

Curú National Wildlife Refuge Located in the southeastern end of the Nicoya Peninsula, Curú Wildlife Refuge is known for its pristine white sand beaches and its impressive array of species ranging from monkeys to sand crabs. In total, the shelter covers 3,707 acres in total and 656 meters of coastline and is located just 45...

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