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“I think it depends on your guide”
Review of INBioparque

INBioparque
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Owner description: An eco-tourist park that highlights all the different ecosystems of the country.
Reviewed July 22, 2014

I came here with another group, saw and learned many things that made me appreciate my time in Costa Rica- mainly bc of my guide. The other group was led around by someone else and didn't get as much out of it. Expect this being only a man-created representation of the ecosystems.

Thank Kara L
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Reviewed July 9, 2014

It was fun traveling there with friends' kids. There were special places for kids to play on ropes and sit on giant frog sculptures. We didn't see many animals at all. The only ones we saw were the farm animals in pens. They did have a cute area where you could hold rabbits and pet some of the farm animals. And the butterfly garden was really nice. There were a lot of really beautiful butterflies in there.

Thank DianeOregon
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Reviewed April 25, 2014

We enjoyed seeing all the Biodiversity of Costa Rica in one park. It's well maintained and if you take a tour with a guide, you'll learn lots. There is a nice soda eating spot. Kids loved the butterfly conservatory. While we were there a funny guy looks through the park for where sloths are seen and then tells the guide.

Thank Dewey2
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Reviewed April 13, 2014

This is a natural preserve designed to educate locals and visitors about the Biodiversity in Costa Rica. They did, in fact, do that, as our tour guide was very well spoken and knowledgeable. There was a "pond" area that had crocodiles and water fowl, and there were indoor areas that had specimens of animals, such as the various snakes, that are found in the area.The highlight of this park was the amazing butterfly garden though, which had a variety of beautiful, colorful butterflies, some of which landed on us! My group of teens was quite mesmerized by this area. There were also a variety of birds, such as the Blue Crested Marmot, that were easy to see. I suppose this was a good "introduction" to the flora and fauna of Costa Rica, but considering there are so many natural, wild trails and areas to walk through, this seemed a bit contrived. It was more like visiting a "zoo" than actually being out in the wilds of Costa Rica.

Thank cpgz
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Reviewed March 23, 2014

The parc is a lovely place in terms of nature, plant and animals, but we have been a bit disappointed by a few displays, such as the "volcano" part that lacks explanations and looks out-dated. Considering the high entry price, they could renovate the place a little bit.

Thank Fenisk
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