Costa Rica Attractions - Things to Do in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a world leader in conservation policies. Its protected areas encompass over 25 percent of the country’s total landmass - the highest in the world. Its network of national parks and nature reserves stretches over rainforests, tropical dry forests, cloud forests, marine areas, and wetlands. The parks and reserves seek to preserve and rehabilitate Costa Rica’s tropical ecosystems and maintain their vast biodiversity.

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One of the best ways to support Costa Rica’s progressive and sustainable conservation policies is to visit national parks and reserves during your visit. Community and conservationist groups manage many of the nature reserves, and the visitor fees and donations are used to maintain the trail systems, pay park staff, and purchase surrounding land for protected-zone expansion.

See our map of Costa Rica Parks, Rivers, and Reserves to see many national park and reserve locations.