La Amistad International Park15 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Limon Province, Costa Rica, San Isidro De El General
- Timings: 07:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: National Park, Family And Kids, Nature, Unesco Site
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, La Amistad International Park covering ten lakh hectares of pristine Tropical Forest is the largest nature reserve in Talamanca Mountains in Central America. Spread between Costa Rica and Panama region, this National park, rich in biodiversity is blessed with humid rainforests with squat vegetation. Dwarf Arbutus, Strawberry, Bamboo, Black Oak, White Oak, Pink Anger, Sweet Cedar, Cypress, and over a thousand species of ferns are abundant in the area. La Amistad International Park has six transition zones and seven life zones. The forest is home to over 400 bird species namely the Crested Eagle, Quetzal, Black Guan, and Harpy Eagle. Animals like Cougar, Puma, Jaguar, ocelots, Pecari call this region their home. The tribal villages of Naso and Bribri are also worth exploring.
How to Reach La Amistad International Park
- Cover on foot
La Amistad International Park Reviews & Ratings
Beautiful beautiful beautiful. If you want to connect with mother nature this is the place, the place is super quiet and people that work there are very knowledgeable. Huge advice if you want to come or get to this place you need to have a 4 by 4 car otherwise if you come waiting for by to the road would be very difficult. Other than that The place is magnificent.
Great National Park, did not see many animals as we went in the afternoon - go in the AM if possible. Many guides to take you, English very, very good
Tour of too long. Tram views are remarkable.
Lush nature and lots of fresh air
Wonderful rainforest with knowledgeable staff - amazing place