Costa Rica - Natural Attractions

Costa Rica – Natural Attractions

Costa Rica is a resort country using a total of 74 resorts located on its territory. Lush greenery, mountains, and ocean – that is what you must come here for. The country’s main attractions are national resorts, mountains, and underwater caves, waterfalls, picturesque valleys, and volcanoes. More than 25% of the country’s territory is occupied by government-protected organic parks.

The first attraction is Arenal Volcano – by far the most popular active young volcano in Costa Rica. All in all, you will discover about 120 volcanoes located on the country’s territory, with 70 active ones. Arenal is often a high cone-shaped mountain, which is illuminated in the evening. Indians believed the volcano was a sacred animal. It was incredibly active before the XVI century. Then in 1968, soon after around 400 years of dormancy, the volcano erupted once again. Presently vacationers from around the globe come to La Fortuna de San Carlos, an Indian settlement situated by the foot of the volcano. Having said that, often the mountain is all covered with clouds and is difficult to see. there are also a lot of swimming pools, ponds, and waterfalls identified by the Arenal. Tourists will also like a local mini-zoo with tropical butterflies, snakes, and other animals.

Poas Volcano is among the country’s most visited volcanoes. Its crater is 1,5 km big and is amongst the largest craters in the world. The entrance to the national park is closed through the volcano eruption. It is best to observe a wonderful …

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