As one of the top tourist attractions in Costa Rica, Corcovado National Park is known as one of the most tropical biodiverse areas in the world, and is the largest national park in the country.
"If you visit only one place in Costa Rica, Corcovado National Park should probably be it." - RentOurCostaRicaCondo.com
Why? Because tthis beautiful 48,000-hectare park (185-square miles) offers everything quintessential when you think of Costa Rica: mountain rainforests; jungles; beaches; mangrove swamps; hiking trails; and wildlife including jaguars and tapirs, as well as squirrel monkeys, scarlet macaws and giant anteaters. You may even glimpse an elusive electric blue morpho butterfly as it passes by... Be sure to read: Wildlife Viewing in Costa Rica.
Costa Rican President Guillermo Solis recently traveled to Corcovado to inaugurate new buildings within the park which will include a new visitor's center, new bathrooms, along with picnic areas and camping improvements.
For more information on Corcovado National Park, visit Sistema Nacional de Areas de Conservacion Costa Rica (SINAC).
Ed & Connie