Tortuguero National Park
In the Caribbean region of northeastern Costa Rica, the Tortuguero National Park is characterized by a climate of humid tropical forest with abundant rainfall and high temperatures, famous for being the busiest area of the Caribbean for the green turtle spawning. The park was created precisely to protect green turtles in danger of extinction due to indiscriminate harvesting of its eggs and the killing of these turtles to eat their flesh.
In the Park there are beautiful nature trails in the dense rainforest and an inextricable network channels mostly navigable by boat to the village of the same name where you can stay overnight and book various tours that offer local guides. We recommend an overnight stay in one of the eco lodge in close contact with the nature.
The protected area includes a large variety of plants as well as numerous species of reptiles, amphibians, birds and fish.