Rediscover Eden – Go Visit Costa Rica Launches New Costa Rica National Parks Section

Rediscover Eden in Costa Rica’s lush & exotic national parks. Covering more than a quarter of the country’s land mass, these national parks and protected wildlife zones are home to Costa Rica’s greatest treasures – its diverse and incredible flora & fauna. It is no wonder then that people from all over the globe flock to this tiny Central American country for a vacation that is truly extraordinary.

December 27, 2005 – Discover Costa Rica’s national parks with GoVisitCostaRica.com’s new Costa Rica National Parks section to get a unique perspective of what this small country nestled in the heart of Central America has to offer. Among the most visited websites on Costa Rica travel, Go Visit Costa Rica attracts tens of thousands of visitors a month making this site one of the most referenced websites by people traveling here to Costa Rica.

Offering more than just online descriptions of the 35 national parks, biological reserves, wildlife refuges and protected zones found in the country, GoVisitCostaRica.com aims to provide its online visitors with the complete Costa Rica experience. With links to pages with detailed road and area maps of Costa Rica that feature boundaries, hotels and a list of activities one can do in the region, GoVisitCostaRica.com offers a comprehensive compilation of articles and practical information about visiting the various national parks in the country.

Considered to be among the hottest tourist destinations in the world, Costa Rica’s main attraction is its lush and exotic natural beauty. The ideal vacation destination for those who want to escape the crowds and be one with nature, Costa Rica’s National Parks are the perfect place to leave the world behind.

Home to a diversity of tropical plants and wildlife, this small nation is often described as the most biologically intense place on earth. The habitat of around 205 mammal species, 845 species of birds, 380 amphibian and reptile species, 1,013 salt and freshwater fish and roughly 10,000 species of vascular plants, Costa Rica’s national parks are also the residence of some of the world’s most rare and endangered animals such as the Scarlet Macaw, the West Indian manatee and the Leatherback turtle.

Visit the beautiful and popular Manuel Antonio National Park with its stunning beaches, or the watery forest world of the Tortuguero National Park. For those who prefer more remote wild surroundings the Corcovado National Park is the place to see. However, for a more adventure filled vacation, the Rincon de la Vieja and the Arenal National Parks with their active volcanoes are the ideal place to be.

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