The Térraba-Sierpe mangrove is one of the largest wetlands in Central America and the largest wetland of Costa Rica. It has 32,000 hectares and is highly diverse in terms of biodiversity, because it has six families of mangrove trees.
In this journey, while learning about the importance and benefits of the mangrove ecosystem, we will be able to observe some 40 different types of birds, snakes (mangrove boa, cat-eyed, and coral), titi monkeys or white-faced monkeys, caimans, crocodiles, and Jesus Christ lizards, among other species.
This mangrove is one of the largest sites of archaeological interest of the country. The area was inhabited by indigenous people 300 years BC. Also, this region is where the petro-spheres, declared by the UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage, are found.
Duration: 3 hours
Includes: Bilingual guide, beverages, and fruits.