If you want to see the essence of undiscovered yet magnificent rainforests, this is the tour for you!
With a striking diversity of flora and fauna, the beautiful Piedras Blancas National Park is a vital wildlife refuge and natural reserve located in the Southern area of the Costa Rican Pacific Coast.
The fauna is composed of approximately 140 species of mammals, 350 species of birds, over 100 amphibians and reptiles and several thousand insects.
Because of its hot and humid weather, this region is luscious all year round, and regarding the flora, it holds some rare species that are a consequence of a large botanical garden that was created by the banana company earlier in the Twentieth.century and has evolved into a magnificent recovery forest.
Some of the more common animals and birds and animals that you may see here are the howler, spider, capuchin and squirrel monkeys, agoutis and agouti pacas, tamandua anteaters, basilisks, iguanas, and the noisy and beautiful scarlet macaws. Plus it is a well known and recognized area for birdwatching as some of the bird species here are endemic or only visible in this area of the country.