National Parks & Volcanoes of Guanacaste
Costa Rica is known for it's eco-diversity because there as so many temperate zone throughout this small country due to drastic variances in altitude, topography and humidity. Guanacaste is no exception as its Dry Tropical Forest designation offers a must unique ecological experience. Typically dryer than other parts of Costa Rica, specifically the south Pacific region, Guanacaste has many national parks, protected conservation areas, mangroves and estuaries to explore. Each has its own flavor of fauna an wildlife. Below are but a few of the parks in the region and what they offer.
Barra Honda: Dripstone Cave National Park
Baula: Famous for its surfing and turtle hatching
Miravalles: Volcano & National Park
Ostional: Popular beach among turtle enthusiasts
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