Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

Tour Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

Costa Rica
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If you're looking for an off-the-beaten-path destination that will take your breath away, look no further than the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. This stunning nature reserve is home to some of the most exotic and endangered species on the planet, and offers travellers a chance to explore its lush vegetation and wildlife up close. With its misty rolling hills, dramatic waterfalls, and diverse plant life, Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is a must-visit for anyone looking to experience all that Costa Rica has to offer.

Breathtaking views are around every corner. And when you're not admiring the scenery you'll be watching hummingbirds, toucans, sloths, frogs and coatis go about their business.

The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is also very well managed by local community members . That means low impact tourism which ensures this precious eco-system will be here for generations to come.

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Geeky Facts about Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

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The Monteverde cloud forest initially covered 328 hectares when it was discovered, and today it’s approximately 10,500 hectares.

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Monteverde is Costa Rica’s most important cloud forest.

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Several species of rare birds are common here including bellbirds, resplendent quetzals, and emerald toucanettes.

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