You have walked for over an hour and the mud is all over you, just like a true adventurer; you’re anxious to get there but you stop continuously to take pictures of the amazing flora and fauna around you… you're about to sit down to rest when, suddenly, in front of you, the vegetation clears to let you witness a breathtaking view. You did it! You’re at the top of the Tortuguero Hill!

With its different types of animals, about 2.000 species of plants, 405 of birds and more than 400 of trees, the Tortuguero National Park, at the Costa Rica´s Caribbean coast, is a natural paradise.

Located about 80 kilometers from the city of Limón, it has 11 different habitats! distributed among jungles, lagoons, water canals, swamps and beaches.

The Tortuguero National Park is set on 26 thousand hectares of land and 50 thousand hectares of water.

Year after year the area of Tortuguero in the Caribbean of Costa Rica turns into a region that´s privileged by nature with an unprecedented spectacle: the nesting and spawning of the Green (Chelonia mydas) and Baula (Dermochelys coriacea) turtles

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