Managed by the Tropical Science Center, the Monteverde Reserve is well known for it is diverse vegetation, which supports six life zones. The Reserve is more than 90% virgin forest. It contains an extremely high biological diversity, including over 2,500 plant species (among them 420 different kinds of orchids), 100 species of mammals, 400 bird species, 120 reptilian and amphibian species, and thousands of insects. Resplendent quetzals, three wattle bellbirds and bare necked umbrella birds are just a few of the birds found here. This 25,945-acre reserve has nine well-marked trails extending a total of about 8 miles. This reserve is a must for anyone visiting the area.
|Jan 01, 09 - Dec 31, 13||Monteverde||40.00||40.00|
Notes: Tour Includes: Entrance to the Reserve, bilingual naturalist guide and telescope.
What to Bring: Comfortable walking shoes, light rain jacket, camera, film and drinking water. Transportation is not included you must arrive to the Curicancha Wild Refuge Monteverde Park Entrance 300 meters from the cheese factory and ask for your guide Danilo.
Child Rate Notes: Children pay the same rate as the adults.
Country: Costa Rica
Duration: 3 hours
Min. Passengers: 1
Starting at: 7 AM
Transportation: Not Included
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