5 Best Costa Rica Rainforest Destinations
Top National Parks To Visit When Staying In Costa Rica
Home to close to 100 species of trees and animals, the rainforests of Costa Rica continue to form a vibrant part of the world’s most diverse ecosystems. It does not matter that your fondness to nature stems from your love for quetzals, sloths, orchids or lichens, the rainforests of Costa Rica serve as a hub to explore species of all sorts including your favourites whether for educational purposes or simply for pleasure. Remember that in Jungle Vista Inn, you have a pristine jungle hotel in Manuel Antonio that offers you the enviable opportunity to seamlessly experience Costa Rica’s pristine nature with all the comforts and amenities of a true home-away-from-home. For unforgettable experiences anytime you are in Costa Rica, the following are the top 5 rainforest destinations experts recommend you to visit.
Best National Parks For Tourists
Costa Rica is filled with vibrant color and life, so it can be hard to determine the best spots to visit when traveling to the area. Below are some of the top national park destinations in Costa Rica for travelers looking to experience the natural beauty of the rainforest when staying in Costa Rica.
Manuel Antonio National Park
The Manuel Antonio National Park remains one of the most popular and more accessible rainforests in the country. Teeming with individuals (of all races) and animals of all variety you could only dream of seeing. Manuel Antonio, though quite little as compared to the other rainforests in Costa Rica offers an unparalleled rich experience, and has become celebrated for its phenomenal coastal views
Corcovado National Park
Located on the Osa Peninsula and accumulating over 200 inches of rainfall every year, the Corcovado National Park offers a mint experience where you have the best chances of spotting the most endangered wildlife species here. Spider monkeys, harpy eagles, and wild cats are just a few of the transient rainforest dwellers here.
Carara National Park
Significant for being home to vast amounts of scarlet macaws and dozens of other tropical birds, the Carara National Park is considered the most Northern rainforest on the Pacific Coast. Another thing commonly associated with this park is its Crocodile Bridge which offers you the pleasure and opportunity of looking over and observing these wild crocodiles doing their own thing in their natural habitat. Easily accessible, the Carara National Park offers a splendid rain forest day trip experience excursion for travelers staying on or near the Central Pacific Coast and San Jose area.
Piedras Blancas National Park
The Piedras Blancas National Park offers a remote rainforest experience best suited for more adventurous souls seeking a unique experience. Once part of Corcovado National Park, this lovely park now sits on its own and remains home to a couple of the last remaining jaguars and four other wild cats including the puma, ocelot, margay and jaguarundi.
Cahuita National Park
This National Park is located on the Southern Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica and acts a shield to the coral reefs and lowland tropical rainforest behind them. With a trail running behind the beach alongside the seashore, it offers a perfect experience for hiking, wildlife exploration and views.
Book A Hotel In Costa Rica
There’s definitely a lot to see and experience in Costa Rica! In order to get the full benefit of your time in the area, The Jungle Vista Inn seeks to offer its guests the opportunity to seamlessly experience Costa Rica’s pristine nature with all the comforts and amenities of a true home-away-from-home. Our hotel is conveniently located off Manuel Antonio’s main road, making it an ideal hotel getaway for guests seeking to discover the famous destinations of Manuel Antonio, from the town’s paradise beaches to the world-renowned Manuel Antonio National Park , to the delicious restaurants and breathtaking adventures. Just visit https://www.junglevistainn.com/ to reach us.
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November 21, 2018