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Known as the lungs of San José, Braulio Carrillo National Park is one of the parks found in the Central Volcanic Conservation Area, the second biosphere reserve in Costa Rica. The main tourist attraction is the great variety of indigenous birds that live in the park, thought to number in excess of 500 species. There are also reptiles, amphibians, bats, anteaters, jaguar and pumas, to name a few. What's more, over 6,000 plant species can be found it its mountains.
“The trip was an excellent taste of Costa Rica, with the different locations. All the hotels were very good as were the meals provided. All the transfers were very prompt or early & very efficient, the minibuses were clean & smart as were the drivers.”
“The excursions that you chose were all fantastic and the guides/drivers were all brilliant. Everything ran on time and felt safe and understood. Thank you for a fantastic unforgettable holiday. ”
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