TAKE A LOOK AT THE NATURAL BEAUTY AND ADVENTURES NEAR HOTEL TRAMONTO
This beautiful refuge extends from Punta Mala to the mouth of the Tulin river, border between the cantons of Garabito and Parrita, belonging to it, Playa Hermosa, estuaries, lakes and lagoons and flooded forests.
Here you can discover the natural wealth that this park hides, such as the variety of dry and wet forest species, given that it is a transition forest, or swamps that turn each landscape into an incomparable scenic beauty. You can also observe various species of reptiles, such as crocodiles that measure up to three meters long which can be observed in the Grande de Tárcoles river, or water birds such as the pink herons or the needle ducks, among many others.
Manuel Antonio National Park, on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast, encompasses rugged rainforest, white-sand beaches and coral reefs. It’s renowned for its vast diversity of tropical plants and wildlife, from three-toed sloths and endangered white-faced capuchin monkeys to hundreds of bird species.
Jacó is a town on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, southwest of the capital city, San José. It's known for its surf beaches and nightlife, and as a gateway to national parks.