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Parki i przyroda w: Puntarenas Province

Najpopularniejsze parki

Punkt widokowy
“Naturalist are available for hire outside the entrance. They have a tremendous amount of knowledge about the various species of wildlife! I recommend that you bring a small backpack with binoculars, a water bottle, and a towel.”
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Volcano
“This is the most visited National Park in Costa Rica. It is the tallest volcano in the country at 11,300 feet. Your best bet to get a view of the crater (and possibly all the way to both coasts) is early in the morning between December and April. Temperatures hover around 45F and the constant winds and saturating humidity contribute to a bitter cold at the rim. Take your warmest clothes and layer up—some have commented that they would have worn a parka if they had one. Remember that you are near the equator at a significant elevation—the sun can cause burns in less than an hour at the summit. ”
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Park
“Walking distance. - La Sabana Metropolitan Park is located in downtown San José, Costa Rica. It is the country's largest and most significant urban park. La Sabana is considered "the lungs of San José" by Costa Ricans. You can do all kinds of exercise outdoors. Soccer Olympic pool Basketball courts Tennis courts Skating rink Running track Walking trails Baseball courts”
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Park
“The Poás Volcano, is an active 2,708-metre stratovolcano in central Costa Rica and is located within Poas Volcano National Park. It houses one of the more popular volcanoes in Costa Rica—a telling superlative for a country with world-famous geothermal activity. But with its spectacular wildlife, informative museum, and variety of hiking trails, the accolade comes as no surprise. ”
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Zoo
“Founded by canadians, this is a wild animal refuge with very pleasant gardens to walk and relax. Located 9.5 km from Terida, you can visit the center and then have a typical Costa Rican lunch at Las Delicias del Maíz in the same area, with very accesible prices. ”
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Natural Feature
“Costa Rica's first national park, definitely worth a visit especially during the months of May - Sept. There's a couple trails you can take either on your own or guided. Ask us for more info.”
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Park
“When in season hump back wales are plenty ( July till November) inquire on line”
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Park
“Situated at the mouth of the Río Tárcoles, the 52-sq-km Parque Nacional Carara (ad- mission Us$10; h 7am-3pm Dec-Mar, 8am-4pm Apr-Nov) is only 50km southeast of Puntar- enas by road or about 90km west of San José via the Orotina highway. Straddling the transition between the dry forests of Costa Rica’s northwest and the sodden rainforests of the southern Pacific lowlands, this nation- al park is a biological melting pot of the two. Acacias intermingle with strangler figs, and cacti with deciduous kapok trees, creating heterogeneity of habitats with a blend of wildlife to match. Carara is the famed home to one of Cos- ta Rica’s most charismatic bird species, the scarlet macaw. While catching a glimpse of this tropical wonder is a rare proposition in most of the country, macaw sightings are virtually guaranteed at Carara. And, of course, there are more than 400 other avian species flitting around the canopy, as well as Costa Rica’s largest crocodiles in the wa- terways – it’s best to leave your swimming trunks at home! The park’s three trails can easily be ex- plored in half a day; come early to maximize wildlife sightings. The dry season from December to April is the easiest time to go, though the animals are still here in the wet months. March and April are the driest months. Rainfall is al- most 3000mm annually, which is less than in the rainforests further south. It’s fairly hot, with average temperatures of 25°C (77°F) to 28°C (82°F), but it’s cooler within the rain- forest. An umbrella is important in the wet season and occasionally needed in the dry months. Make sure you have insect repellent.”
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Place zabaw

Playground
“Only a 10 minute drive, a bustling local town serves as e commercial center for ask the small villages in the area.”
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Plaże

Beach
“Sitting on the western edge of the Nicoya Peninsula, Santa Teresa is a tiny beach village that draws in a lot of surfers , yoga enthusiasts and beach bodies. In the last several years, this laid-back town has blossomed into a booming travel destination because of its natural beautiful beaches and wonderful people that live here. Despite its size, Santa Teresa has been hailed as world-class surfing spot in Costa Rica - with gorgeous white sandy beaches and swells that put a smile on surfers' faces year-round. Besides surfing, Santa Teresa packs a variety of things to do. Many visitors enjoy horseback riding, ATVs, hiking, waterfall and canopy tours. This village couldn't be better for spending some R and R with the family on its cozy beaches.”
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National Park
“Home to 5 kinds of tropical forests, 45 mammal species, and over 260 varieties of birds. You could see monkeys, tapirs, kinkajou, or quetzales. The Orosi River runs through the park and there are countless paths to take. A steep track leads you past a variety of short hiking trails and up to the spectacular waterfall viewpoint. You can also walk on flat paths next to the fast-flowing river. It is equipped with restrooms, barbecue stands, and a small restaurant. ”
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Beach
“Dominical is best known for its waves, which draw surfers from all around the world. But there’s a lot more to this quirky, laid-back and fun beach town and the surrounding stretch of coastline called the Costa Ballena than just surf. Dominical’s village centre has lots to offer in terms of restaurants of different cuisines (many catering for vegetarians and vegans), the only Microbrewery on the Southern Pacific coast. a gym, yoga classes, surf classes, spanish classes and more. The beach drive is really a beautiful sight: a sea of colour set amongst palm trees. Vendors of artisan goods, clothing, and beach items are scattered along Dominical beach creating a unique atmosphere. ”
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Beach
“One of the best surfing spots in Costa Rica; North end of the beach has best waves, take care parking on the very south end”
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Beach
“For eco-tourists and animal lovers the Curu Wildlife Reserve is one of the highlights of the Nicoya Peninsula. In a tropical paradise environment visitors can see many of Costa Rica's animals in the wild. Curu is privately owned and part of a large farm which combines sustainable agriculture and forest management with the protection of wildlife and nature. The Curu river is a magnet for many animals Of the 1,496 hectare property only 5 % (84 hectares) are protected under the terms of a "wildlife reserve". This zone encompasses the 200 meter wide beach area, together with the mangrove estuaries and rivers. ”
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Beach
“The laid-back vibe! This is my favorite place to enjoy the sunset or a late-night dinner. The kitchen is open late and any item of the menu is delicious, from burgers to tuna steaks, local beer to creative cocktails. This is the place to take off your shoes, dig your toes in the sand and sip your drink in Santa Teresa style! BONUS! Banana Beach hosts events and live music performance, check the schedule on facebook or their website.”
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Beach
“Just three kilometers south of Dominical lies Dominicalito, a quiet fishing village with smaller waves than its neighbor to the north. The waves here can be very kid friendly, but it’s always a good idea to watch out for rocks when entering and exiting the ocean, particularly at lower tides. Dominicalito is also a great place to purchase fresh fish when local boats arrive during the afternoons.”
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Surf Spot
“Beautify beach with great waves for surfing. We love watching the sunset here. Also try the Canoe Tour through Park National Estuary in Playa Grande”
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Szlaki

Zoo
“One of my top recommedations. I call it Costa Rican Disney for adults. It's provides proximity to wildlife with its amazing hummingbirds, monkeys, macaws, feline, endangered frog & snake collection. The setting is beautiful to hike & explore its amazing waterfalls. There are plenty of options to eat & rest plus an opportunity to learn a bit about Tico culture.”
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Zoo
“This is a incredible place... a nature sanctuary. You will enjoy every square meter and after an amazing walking you can resting in its delicious restaurant”
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Farm
“Great, extensive coffee farm and process tour. Recommended for enthusiasts.”
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Bike Trail
“You can rent an ATV or a Side by Side vehicle from OUTBACK, they also do daily tours and van shuttles. ATV's are a great way to get off of the beaten path and explore the Samara area!”
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Trail
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Zoo
“Lots to see - birds, butterflies, frogs, snakes, monkees, wildcats, waterfalls. Great fun for the family.”
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Trail
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