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Osa Peninsula: Ideal for ecotourism

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115 species of reptiles (52% of Costa Rica)

Besides all of the Osa Peninsula contains the largest population of scarlet macaws, currently endangered and the largest in Central America population of squirrel monkeys.

To guard this wealth, the government has created protected areas covering some 144 294 hectares (representing 31.8% of the peninsula), of which 87 959 hectares are effectively protected areas that are national wildlife refuges (of which Finca Exotica is part of Saimiri Refuge, see here for more information: http://www.fincaexotica.com/saimiri/?lang=es ) and 56 335 hectares (12.4%) are absolute protection (national parks).

Of the national Parks of the Osa Peninsula, the most impressive is the Corcovado National Park.

A stunning green, the dizzying height of its trees hosts 2.5% of global biodiversity: The Corcovado National Park in southern Costa Rica. The National Geographic has called it “the most intense place on Earth, biologically speaking,” since it is estimated that there is nowhere else with a similar extension housing so much biodiversity.

Corcovado has 2.5% of the planet’s biodiversity and 50% of species of Costa Rica. “This is a unique park for two reasons, because the percentage of high biodiversity and it’s the last piece of rainforest on the Pacific coast of Mesoamerica,” said Costa Rican biologist Jose Joaquin Ortiz.

Located 350 kilometers from San Jose in the Osa Peninsula (South Pacific), the park has an enviable biodiversity.

It has 42 570 hectares of land and 5,375 hectares of sea, including coral reefs, mangroves and freshwater wetlands.

For six trails, visitors can walk for about three hours, or more, to dive into a world of scenic beauty graced by pumas, four species of monkeys, snakes, jaguars, tapirs and peccary, the last three in danger extinction. There are hundreds of species, including 140 mammals, representing 10% of mammal species on the continent and the American Pacific retains the largest primary forest.

In the voluptuousness of its 500 species of trees, Corcovado is home to 350 species of birds, including parrots, brown pelicans, scarlet macaws, herons, egrets and blue owls.

The Sirena, Llorona and Madrigal rivers nourish this space, which is a biological corridor of flora and fauna, where his blue colors intertwine with green leaves.

In the hills and streams and reservoirs side slopes of rivers and streams you can be found gold, the result of a process of mineralization.

Each year, over 34,000 people visit it, mostly foreigners, however, for this the rangers regulate entrance so that the park is not affected, because the most important is its preservation.

Go because we are located in a paradise! Apart from all the wildlife that you will see in our surroundings, Finca Exotica has several trails within the property that take you into the primary forest, have magnificent sea views, see several species animals and are strategic for those who want to visit La Leona stations and Sirena in Corcovado National Park, because of our proximity to them.

Come and live the experience, the most intense place on Earth … biologically speaking!

For more information visit our website: http://www.fincaexotica.com/

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