Bosque Eterno de los Niños

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Place Category: AttractionsPlace Tags: flora and fauna, forest, one day tour, outdoor activities, trails, and wildlife

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  • Its name comes from the work of thousands of children all over the world (in forty-four countries) to collect funds that are invested in the acquisition of the lands forming the park. Nowadays, this park takes up 20.000 Ha of protected tropical forest, becoming the largest private reserve in Costa Rica. It was created with the purpose of protecting its lands and water, economic sustainability, the strengthening of environmental education programs and research. The reserve has two biological stations where you can stay, the Pocosol Station and the San Gerardo Station. They are projected to spend a holiday or carry out workshops and investigations, being ideal for traveling in a group. They also offer study rooms and guided walks along the trails of the tropical forests. There are trails for walks through the primary and secondary forest, education classrooms, nurseries and gardens of medicinal plants. The place is the focus of tropical studies by many naturalists and biologists worldwide, as well as being a benchmark for ecotourism since it attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors who act as a base in the local economy.

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