Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica
Corcovado National Park plays the role of conservationist to so many things here in this Costa Rican region. From safeguarding Montane forest habitats and cloud forests suffused with tree ferns and oaks to swamp and Yolillo forests (where you’ll find many a palm), a mangrove forest spreading on the Llorona estuaries as also Rivers Corcovado and Sirena, and finally a freshwater herbaceous swamp.
Corcovado National Park Attractions
You can’t imagine how much there is to explore. With over 500 species of trees, 140 species of mammals, 367 birds, 117 amphibians and reptiles, 40 types of freshwater fish, and an estimated 6,000 varieties of insects, this is one Park that looks sensational and packs a lot of sights. Bring sturdy hiking boots and plenty of mosquito repellent and you’ll have the time of your life.