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#1 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
First the tour guide takes you around to see the tropical rain forest where you see hummingbirds and the different types of tropical plants including ferns and walking trees.
It will lead you to the Irazú Volcano, Sarapiqui river, trams, zip lining, river rafting, restaurants, shops, villages and farms along the way to the Caribbean Coast.
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#2 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
A great mid-city national park that highlights some of the history of the Costa Rican nation as well as a number of unique statues.
We had a wonderful guide, from the company: "Free Walking Tour of San Jose" who provided an insightful explanation into the meaning of the monument and the "5 sisters" - meaning the 5 states as represented by wome...
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#3 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
A free place for exercising, visiting the art museum, concerts at the national stadium or simply for a picnic.
The art museum was outstanding and the sculpture garden looked like a beautiful place to wander in nicer weather.
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#4 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
We were greeted on each occasion by an extremely polite young man who spoke excellent English, offered us some free water, and explained how to navigate around the garden which is well marked out with paths.
Team members are extremely friendly, proficient in English and passionate about protecting the environment and the beautiful butterflies.
#5 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
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#6 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
The ladies would walk around the gazebo in one direction and the lads would walk in opposite direction around the ladies and when two would show mutual interest they would go to another part of the park and sit do...
one of many parks in downtown San Jose
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#7 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
#8 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
#9 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose

Morazan Park

San Jose Metro, Costa Rica 0.3 mi away
#13 of 22 Nature & Parks in San Jose Metro
Beautiful park with vivid life
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#10 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
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#12 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
#13 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Escazu
Excellent, well informed introduction around the links between butterflies (in their various stages of development) and plants and another animals.
It's a great place to enjoy the nature, relax and learn something.
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#14 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
#15 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose
Such a nice variety of birds and mammals and so many owls.
Lovely collection of plants and animals.

Toucan Rescue Ranch

San Isidro, Costa Rica 7.2 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in San Isidro
He then showed us so many beautiful and cute animals including birds, sloths, including baby sloths, otters and weasels and gave us interesting insights into how and why each animal came to the Ranch and which one...
They began as a toucan rescue but have since taken on the duties of caring for (and releasing) a whole host of wild Costa Rican animals including sloths, ocelots, owls, otters, falcons, and many other species of b...
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Itarar Ecological Park

Moravia 3.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Moravia

Refugio Animal de Costa Rica

Santa Ana 5.9 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Santa Ana
I had a great afternoon with my tour guide, Jorge, who spoke English well and shared lots of interesting facts and stories about the wide variety of rescued birds, reptiles and mammals that live here.
Excellent my favorite animal-zoo place that I have visited, guides are very knowledgeable Some animals are rescued and returned to the wild, some cannot make it on their own and live here.
#16 of 16 Nature & Parks in San Jose