Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve - Admission Ticket

Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve - Admission Ticket
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$16
Duration: 2 hours
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Description

  • The Cabo Blanco Absolute Natural Reserve is a Nature Reserve of Costa Rica, part of the Tempisque Conservation Area in the province of Puntarenas, covering an area of 3,140 acres (12.7 km2) terrestrial and 4,420 acres (17.9 km2) marine on the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula near Mal Pais.
  • The site is home to the San Miguel Biological Station which was developed to promote and support teaching, research, and environmental education and has facilities that include classrooms, laboratories and a reference library. 
  • The reserve has basically two types of forest: the original of this zone or primary forest and the regenerated or secondary forest. Likewise, you can find about 140 species of trees in the reserve. The fauna of the zone is very varied and the marine birds are very numerous.

  • Cabo Blanco is a refuge of great importance for the protection of seabirds, and is also one of the most beautiful scenic areas of the Pacific coast.
  • A deep blue sea, a vegetation with a predominance of evergreen species that reaches the coast, interesting geological formations, a varied fauna, and an infinity of low tide lagoons where different species of marine organisms are captured, make Cabo White in one of the most interesting and beautiful parks in the system.
  • The marine fauna of this reserve is diverse but not abundant.
  • The reserve is open to visitors only on cabuya station 8:00 to 16:00 hrs and from Wednesday to Sunday.
  • Those interested in visiting Cabo Blanco Beach, take into consideration the following recommendations: the time limit for entering the trail is from 08:00 to 11:00 hrs. They should wear comfortable shoes, water and something to eat.

  • The Cabo Blanco Absolute Natural Reserve is a Nature Reserve of Costa Rica, part of the Tempisque Conservation Area in the province of Puntarenas, covering an area of 3,140 acres (12.7 km2) terrestrial and 4,420 acres (17.9 km2) marine on the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula near Mal Pais.
  • The site is home to the San Miguel Biological Station which was developed to promote and support teaching, research, and environmental education and has facilities that include classrooms, laboratories and a reference library. 
  • The reserve has basically two types of forest: the original of this zone or primary forest and the regenerated or secondary forest. Likewise, you can find about 140 species of trees in the reserve. The fauna of the zone is very varied and the marine birds are very numerous.