Carara National Park Home of Birds & Plants

Carara National Park is home to the only scarlet macaw habitat in the Central Pacific. The opportunity to see the scarlet macaw and shooting is guaranteed in all our travels.

The park is home to animals; Howler and white-faced monkeys, spiny iguana tail, lizards, toucans, agoutis, (rabbit united), peccaries (wild boar related), coatis (linked raccoon), white bats, colorful butterflies, and a variety of over 400 species bird found more than 10,000 acres of forest. The park also includes many types of plants and trees including Strangler figs, wild cashew, Guanacaste, Cecropia, Heliconia, Royal Palms, Sura and Jablio to name a few.

Our guide is certified professional guide with years of experience in the natural history of Costa Rica and an expert observer of local birds. Take amazing photographs through the eyepiece with your digital camera or smartphone.
Enjoy the tour 2-3 hour guided walking in the jungle of transition between the dry tropical forest and forest in Costa Rica

  Fats about Carara National Park.

4.7 km2.
37 Species of Mammmals,
16 of amphibians,
110 of birds
29 of reptiles.
1400 species of plants

Tours available at at 8 a.m. and 1p.m

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