Palo Verde National Park in Guanacaste comprises over 13´000 hectares (32´123 acres) of marshes, wetlands, lagoons, meandering channels and pools in the lower basin of the Tempisque and Bebedero Rivers.
The marshy lagoons provide feeding, nesting and rest sites for a great variety of birds especially during the dry season, including some endangered species like the Jabirú Stork.
Apdo 799 – 1007
San José, Costa Rica
Licenced by the Costa Rican Tourist Board: Lic ICT OT 294
Liability insurance: Instituto Costarricense de Seguros (INS) Coverage: Territory of the Republic of Costa Rica