This riverboat trip will please nature lovers. Palo Verde national park, which is on such a large scale that it hosts different life zones, such as: swamps, savannas and evergreen forests. Such ecosystem, is the natural habitat for lots of different plants and animals, including the crocodile, lizards, monkies, egrets and herons to mention some.
The river stretches for 144 kilometers through the park and is the third longest in Costa Rica.
Cruising along its waters, your guide will point out wildlife including white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys, snakes, iguanas and bats. Look out for the eyes of crocodiles peeking out from beneath the murky waters, too.
This place is also a paradise for birdwatchers. More than 300 types of birds have been seen in the park, including orioles, herons, spoonbills, scarlet macaws and wood storks.
lunch, water, guide, transportation, and entrance fees.
binoculars, camera, sunscreen, money, and hat.