Palo Verde is one of the most important and interesting National Parks in Costa Rica. It has at least 12 different habitats within the park including: mangroves, swamps, swamps forests
The hydrologic characteristics of the Tempisque River (the most important river of the Guanacaste.) has created conditions to form these international important wetlands ecosystem (Ramsar site).
Palo Verde National park it is an exceptional place for birdwatchers and nature lovers in general, a two hours boat trip will introduce us into these important ecosystem, gigantic crocodiles, monkeys, iguanas and more wildlife that you ever imagined may be spotted.
Great bird-watchers prizes can show up, such as the Jabiru, osprey, the white ibis, tiger herons, and scarlet macaws amongst others.
After this great opportunity to see wildlife, we will visit the town of Guaitil, a traditional pottery artisan’s village.
-bilingual guide (English – Spanish)
-sandals, change of clothing