Created in 1963, Cabo Blanco is the oldest wilderness area to be protected in Costa Rica. Cabo Blanco mainly protects colonies of seabirds and coastal dry tropical forest at the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula.
The largest colony of brown boobies (seabirds) in Costa Rica lives here.
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