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Costa Rica is the country with the highest density of biodiversity in the world, serving as home for more than half a million species, almost 4{16ae376c5c3bed0174e9fa25f4f0aaeeca9b5b9f044f93819bc693d8dbb00526} of the total estimated species in the world.
This country is one of the best places on the planet to explore the flora and fauna of nature. A quarter of its surface is protected in national parks and reserves, and these places contain an amazing variety of ecosystems, including rainforest, tropical dry forest, cloud forest, mangrove, Atlantic and Pacific coast, and miles and miles of offshore reefs .

Also protected by the parks and reserves of Costa Rica are the areas of geological and geophysical interest such as active volcanoes, caves, mountains formed as a result of the settlement of Teutonic plates, areas of historical and archaeological interest such as battlefields and PRE settlements. -Colombines, areas of beautiful scenery such as beaches and waterfalls and important conservation areas such as islands where the brown pelican nest and the nest of the magnificent frigate bird or enclaves with the last remaining dry forests of Mesoamerica, or beaches where the immense marine whales congregate.

To see the most abundant and rarest fauna, visit the national parks Corcovado, Tortuguero and Manuel Antonio. Pack those binoculars and fins; There is nature to experience in every pocket of this compact country.