Declared World Heritage site by UNESCO.book now!
Santa Rosa National Park and the old hacienda house “la Casona” are part of the Guanacaste Conservation Area, and was declared world heritage by UNESCO in 1999. This park protects a great extension of tropical dry forest, as well as the savannah, marshes and mangroves.
Its great coast protects many species of flora and fauna, including 253 species of birds, like jays, trogons and parakeets, among others. This park is also home to some 115 species of mammals, including howler monkeys, white-faced monkeys, deer and peccaries.
History, nature observation and hike.
Comfortable clothes and hiking shoes or tennis, hat or cap, sun block, insect repellant, binoculars and camera.
The tour also includes
Transportation on A/C Van, entry fee, nature guide, lunch and bottled water.