COSTA RICAS'S WONDERS
Palo Verde National Park is a wildlife sanctuary. The refuge offers a fantastic chance to see crocodiles, monkeys, and thousands of birds. This is a must-see for nature lovers. The park is composed of different life zones, rivers, and a lake that forms during the rainy season.
The Palo Verde National Park of Costa Rica protects forested areas as well as an extensive marshland between the Tempisque and Bebedero rivers of Guanacaste. Palo Verde National Park is a diverse patchwork of habitats located in the heart of the Tempisque basin near the mouth of the Rio Tempisque River. The Palo Verde Ranger Station is open for visitor attention from 8am to dusk, and has potable water and restrooms.
There are hiking trails and scenic overlooks throughout the tropical dry forest of the park. The Las Calizas Trail, El Mapache, El Manigordo, and La Venada Trail. Near Lomas de Barbudal Biological Reserve, Cipanci Widlife Refuge. and Palustrino Corral de Piedra Wetlands. The density and variety of bird species that have been inventoried at Palo Verde is the primary reason that the park was created. Many resident tropical species also live here, including the rare Jabiru Stork.
After touring the park, you'll take an interesting trip through the Matambú Coffee Plant's facilities, where you'll learn about the different processes for making coffee, from planting to treatment to recycling waste. You'll also learn about this area's coffee production, which is unique in Guanacaste, as well as the indigenous and rural cultural values of the region. And of course, you can't miss tasting a cup of exquisite Diriá Coffee. This is a tour for coffee lovers.
Includes air-conditioned transportation, bilingual guide, entrance fee to the coffee tour, boat tour of Palo Verde, and lunch.