With 34 natural reserves, Costa Rica has become a major tourist destination for many people wanting to go on a trip to its mountains.
Since mountains are one of the most important components of the tourism sector, it is easy to understand why nature-friendly infrastructure has grown around each park, reserve or protected areas, said infrastructure include hotels and food services and an extensive network of roads.
Where to go?
Kamuk and Chirripó mountains are available to visit, they are part of the La Amistad International Park (declared by UNESCO as World Heritage) and the Monteverde Biological Reserve, an admirable privately-owned sanctuary that has many orchids, bromeliads, moss ferns and hundreds of animal species such as multiple colors birds making a wide variety of sounds.
Anywhere you look, Costa Rica is green. Examples of this are La Zona de los Santos and its emblematic community called San Gerardo de Dota, Los Quetzales National Park and the right bank of the Savegre River, listed as the cleanest river in Central America.
To enhance the attractiveness of the mountains, the tourism sector has developed a wide range of adventure activities and entertainment, such as canopy, bicycle, rafting, hiking in the woods and gardens, among others.
And while most protected areas have asphalted roads, it’s common to find dirt roads that require rustic vehicles. Hence the importance of having in mind a 4×4 vehicle when planning a trip to the mountains of Costa Rica.
We can help you!
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We have a fleet of the latest SUV and 4×4 vehicles for you to move with no issues whatsoever. We also offer additional services such as a prepaid mobile phone, optional insurance, bilingual driver, GPS, transfer and permanent customer attention, 24 hours a day, every day of the week to help you solve any issues.Montaña, Mountains