This region of Costa Rica is blessed with several protected areas, volcanoes, lakes, lagoons, streams and waterfalls; the Northern Zone is visited every year for travelers looking for adventure, nature-loving visitors and culture exchange.
The privilege location and the regular rains create the perfect habitat for many species, immigrating birds, reptiles, insects and mammals.
Here the visitors can discover the real costarican hospitality, admire the wonders of the nature, conquer the rainforest adventures like canopy, horseback riding, rafting, canoeing, bird watching, hiking and learn about sustainable practices sharing with the communities.
Located north of San José, between Guanacaste province on the west and the Caribbean coast on the east, the Northern Zone is home to the world’s most abundant variety of flora and fauna.
As part of the region you can visit places like Arenal Volcano, Sarapiquí, La Paz Waterfall, Caño Negro, Rio Celeste, Juan Castro Blanco National Park, Palo Verde and Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, which, with its rich biodiversity, is recognized as a scientific research place and ecotourism destination.