(PRWEB) December 28, 2006
Visit the new Costa Rica National Park section on Go Visit Costa Rica to discover the amazing biodiversity of this small country. With more than 26 national parks and scores of nature reserves, refuges and protected zones, this section provides extensive and comprehensive coverage including detailed area maps and other images of the various national parks in Costa Rica.
With more than a quarter of Costa Rica’s total land area protected zones, this tiny country has the distinction of being among the most biologically diverse and wildlife rich places on earth. Home to over 10,000 species of plants and trees, 205 animal species and 845 species of birds, Costa Rica is rightly called a nature lover’s paradise. The flora and fauna here is truly incredible as it is varied.
The new Costa Rica National Park section not only offers in depth descriptions of all the national parks in the country, but also provides links to other areas of the website from where travelers can not only make tour plans, but chart out their entire vacation. Seeking to provide visitors with the best that Costa Rica’s national parks have to offer, Go Visit Costa Rica has on hand accurate maps and images to refer to as well.
Also offering a detailed list of activities that one can enjoy in the area, along with accommodation and transport rental options, site visitors can even check for the online availability of these places as well as compare rates and read customer reviews. Providing direct online reservation facilities, prospective travelers can even book hotel rooms and plan excursions in advance.
Visit the Costa Rica National Park section to check out details on the ever popular Manuel Antonio National Park with its stunning beaches, or the amazing Corcovado National Park with its wild and remote environs. Get thorough data on the fiery Arenal Volcano and its national park or research information on the historical Parque Nacional Santa Rosa. Whatever the kind of national park, Go Visit Costa Rica offers ample info.
Created so that potential visitors can find whatever they require all in one place, the Costa Rica National Park section aims to compile all the essential information a traveler needs, to make a well informed decision about the vacation he or she would like to enjoy.
Lush and magnificent, the national parks of Costa Rica are some of the most beautiful on the planet. With its new National Park section Go Visit Costa Rica brings to the forefront the 26 national parks that can be found across the country, which play host to a plethora of diverse and amazing wildlife.
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