Tortuguero

Brace yourself for encounters with a vibrant array of wildlife in this truly remarkable destination

This national park in the province of Limón is a refuge for turtles and the town, which can be reached by sailing along the La Suerte River, seduces with its Caribbean air.

Best Things to Do in Tortuguero National Park

Exploring these canals and observing the wildlife by boat, kayak, or canoe is a wonderfully relaxing and peaceful way to experience nature.

Don´t miss a Tortuguer turtle tour.

Tortuguero makes a fantastic location for both migratory and resident bird species because of its variety of habitations: beach, forest, freshwater, aerial, and clearings.

 

Attracting wildlife enthusiasts from around the globe, the small town of Tortuguero on Costa Rica’s northern Caribbean Coast is named for the famed sea turtles that come to the area to nest. Tortuguero’s dense jungle maze of winding canals is evocative of the wild Amazon. A float down these ominous brown waters is an adventure in itself as you’re sure to hear the howling of monkeys and screeching of exotic birds along the way.

YOU DESERVE A VACATION PLANNED BY EXPERTS

Explore Tortuguero National Park bu boat, kayak, or canoe.

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