Carara Biological Reserve is a forest which connects the Tropical Dry Forest region to the north, and the more humid Pacific Rainforest to the south. Relatively small, covering only 4,700 hectares, the Carara National Park is one of the few remaining breeding grounds for the majestic scarlet macaw which can easily be spotted in the early morning and late afternoon hours.
Also, this is a pre-colonial archaeological site with rivers, lakes and waterfalls. You will find monkeys, collared aracaris, raccoons, coatis and many different species of birds. Carara also offers a handicap accessible trail.Ask a Question
20 minute drive from Jaco Beach
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Park entrance fee, air conditioned transportation, bilingual guide, bottled water and insurance.
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Comfortable clothes, walking shoes, sunblock, insect repellent, hat, camera and binoculars
$69 per person (Contact us for availability and minimum persons required)
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