Costa Rica has mainly two types of forests: dry tropical forest (In Guanacaste and Central Pacific) and humid tropical forest (in the Caribbean and South Pacific.) In both types of ecosystems it is possible to observe a great diversity of animal species, some of which are residents, while some others are migratory. Santa Rosa’s National Park in Guanacaste and the Cloud Forest of Monteverde, are some of the most well known places in the country and they attracts a lot of tourism. In both types of environments, it is possible to do activities like canopy and journeys in aerial tram.
Dry Tropical Forest:
– Parque Nacional de Santa Rosa- Palo Verde.
Humid Tropical Forest:
– Rain Forest Aerial Tram (Caribbean)- Monteverde – Monte de la Cruz- Sarapiqui-Jaco- Bajo de los Rodriguez- Turrubares- Corcovado.