Costa Rica Reserves – Guide to Biological Reserves
Aviarios del Caribe.
Barra del Colorado National Wildlife Refuge.
Cabo Blanco Absolute Reserve.
Cano Negro Wildlife Refuge.
Casa de Orquideas.
Children´s Eternal Rainforest.
Curu National Wildlife Refuge.
Gandoca-Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge.
Hitoy-Cerere Biological Reserve.
Isla del Caño Biological Reserve.
La Selva Biological Station.
Lomas Barbudal Biological Reserve and Dr Rafael Lucas Rodriguez Caballero Wildlife Refuge.
Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve.
Ostional National Wildlife Refuge.
Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve.
Sirena Biological Station.
Wilson Botanical Gardens.
Costa Rica is home for the 5% of the world’s biodiversity, meaning anywhere you look there will be a form of life growing. Both Costa Rica reserves and national parks are created to preserve and protect the diversity of flora and fauna that provide all the natural resources we enjoy in these protected zones.
Depending on the reserve, you will find the main offices, information booth, conference rooms, souvenir shops, trail systems, camping areas, bathrooms, etc. Be sure to help out in maintaining a clean reserve without disrupting any of its tenants and being respectful with all life surrounding you.
Costa Rica reserves were created for protection of natural habitats, however with the right size of harmony they can have visitors from around the world who have come to learn and witness a view they probably do not have at home. It is your visit that keeps them open for public and the reserve’s pursuit to becoming a safe haven for those endangered species.
Make time in your busy vacation agenda to visit one of these enchanting Costa Rica reserves. These areas not only protect the vast vegetation around them, they also take good care of the species.
Costa Rica reserves are protected by lawful implications for those who disrespect the limits and boundaries. Educate yourself and those coming with you of the best practices to follow when coming to a colorful, majestic and stunning reserve on your next trip with us.