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Monte Verde, Costa Rica - (+506) 2645-9907

Monteverde Costa Rica

Biological Reserve Monteverde in Costa Rica is located just 7 km from Bosque Verde Lodge is recognized worldwide as a sanctuary for flora and fauna, including the majestic Quetzal (sacred to the Maya civilization), the variety of heights and temperatures Reserve result in a impressive variety of vegetation types, over 400 species of birds, 490 species of butterflies, about 153 species of amphibians and mammals around 100 combine to enable him to live an extraordinary experience.

 

States in 1987, then it expanded around the world. In this reserve are represented 6 12 life zones present in Costa Rica, there have been 60 species of amphibians, 101 reptiles, 425 birds and 121 species of mammals, jaguar habitat is also protected, umbrella bird and the bell bird and amphibian species unique in our country are only one few examples, just as this reserve has species of trees, orchids, bromeliads, insects, amphibians and reptiles of equal importance. Tapir, which is the largest land mammal of Costa Rica, is very abundant in our forests.

 

Reserve Santa Elena, is another attraction that you will know just 7 km from Bosque Verde Lodge in which you can see species such as monkeys, spider monkeys and sloths, many beautiful birds like the quetzal have made their home in the forest, it has a number of trails for ease of visitor. In this book you will also be part of an excellent example of how a community working together we can protect and develop their own environment, and boost tourism to their advantage because the reserve is administered by the Board of St. Helena High School and inputs are used to provide a better quality of education and schooling in the Monteverde area, as well as for the protection and maintenance of the reserve itself.

 

Curi-Cancha is another of the nearby havens Bosque Verde Lodge, perfect for birdwatchers. The Quetzal, Bell bird, the bird Bobo, the Trogón belly-orange, and many others are frequently seen. In fact, more than 200 species of birds have been observed in Curi-Cancha. Among the mammals are seen armadillo, coati or coati, agouti, the hammer, ocelot, two-toed sloth and three species of monkeys: howler monkey, white-faced and spider monkeys. Importantly, this book develops sustainable practices designed to maintain reserves at a healthy habitat for animals.

 

Enjoying a delicious cup of good coffee, you will equally appreciate toucans, turkeys, hummingbirds, sloths, agoutis, pizotes’, toucanets are some of the animals that come to visit Green Forest Lodge this because the position the hotel allows the presence of a biological corridor.