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Palo Verde National Park - Admission Ticket

Palo Verde National Park - Admission Ticket
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$16
Duration: 2 hours
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Description

  • The Palo Verde National Park  is a National Park of Costa Rica, part of the Tempisque Conservation Area, that contains much of the area of the valley of the Tempisque River and covers an area of 45,492 acres in Guanacaste Province, 30 km west of Cañas.
  • The park has a Ranger Station which open for the visitors and has potable water and restrooms.
  • It has the highest concentration of waterfowl and waders, both native and migratory. It is known as one of the best areas for bird watching in Central America.

  • The Palo Verde National Park is formed by a set of diverse floodplain habitats, delimited by rivers and a row of calcareous hills.
  • Palo Verde is one of the places with the greatest ecological diversity in the country; There are approximately 15 habitats that are created by the topography, the edaphic conditions, including drainage, the overflow of rivers and the effect of tides.
  • The natural hydrological system of Palo Verde creates the right conditions to produce in the area, the most important concentration of the country and Central America of waterfowl and wading birds, both residents and migrants.
  • Some of the most abundant mammals are the howler monkeys, the white-faced monkeys, the coatis, the deer, the red squirrels, the porcupines and the coyotes.
  • The park protects one of the most endangered ecosystems. It is one of the last remaining tropical dry rainforests that once covered most of Central America. Tropical dry rainforests now exist in less than 0.1% of their original size and are considered to be the most endangered ecosystems in the tropics.

  • The Palo Verde National Park  is a National Park of Costa Rica, part of the Tempisque Conservation Area, that contains much of the area of the valley of the Tempisque River and covers an area of 45,492 acres in Guanacaste Province, 30 km west of Cañas.
  • The park has a Ranger Station which open for the visitors and has potable water and restrooms.
  • It has the highest concentration of waterfowl and waders, both native and migratory. It is known as one of the best areas for bird watching in Central America.