The „Tortuguero National Park“is located in the northeast of Costa Rica in the province of Limón.
To reach this extraordinary place it is necessary for all visitors to go by plane or by boat. Due to the intensive protection of this area, the national park offers a huge biodiversity.
The quite humid climate with its 6000 mm of precipitation annually made the forest being a rainforest. Longer rain periods make the vegetation shine in lively colors. The combination with the beautiful lights of the sun disappearing behind the ocean creates an ambience of deep satisfaction.
Especially the vulnerable leatherback turtles appreciate this place as a secure place for their posterity.
The turtle gives the name to the NP
Enjoy with us the Tour to Tortuguero National Park.
Caimans, crocodiles, snakes, frogs and lizards
over 400 trees and nearly 3,000 species of plants
not one car in the town- Taxis are bikes
the way to move in Tortuguero:
great idea to explore nature
the beach in Tortuguero:
on the way in Tortuguero National park
The nesting sites have enjoyed the active protection since ten years ago so that consequently, it is not allowed to walk at the beach without guide at night. Just in the months from July until September you can see the animals spawning - respecting their natural conditions. Admission fee in the national park is 15 $ (used for wilflife protection), this cost is included in the full- day trip.
We offer this full-day from the Posada, but who can afford the time should take the 3- days, 2 nights Tour. It's worth the time.
In the waters of the National Park manatees (sea cows) have been seen, as well as caimans, crocodiles and many snakes, frogs and lizards. In the forests live the jaguar, sloths and three of the five species of monkeys who are resident in Costa Rica (the spider monkey, the howler monkeys and capuchin monkeys). Nearly 400 species of birds have been spotted, over 400 trees and nearly 3,000 species of plants.
Nature, level of difficulty 1-2, organized tour, daily departures from the Posada