First Protected Area in Costa Rica This beautiful national park is located at the outer tip of the Nicoya penisula and it holds the honor of being the first protected area of Costa Rica established in 1963.On the outer part of the park heading out to the Pacific Ocean is the Cabo Blanco island. The island is a bird sanctuary all covered with white guano, which gives it and the park its particular name of "Cabo Blanco".

For more information on the park and its surroundings, and for places to stay near the Cabo Blanco National Park visit
  1. Playa Cabo Blanco
  2. Hiking inside park
  3. Park House
  4. White-faced Capuchin monkey
  5. Sea view
  6. Higueron Tree
  7. Howler Monkey
  8. Trail inside forest
  9. Ceibo Barrigón Tree
  10. Forest trail
  11. Pochote tree
  12. Bridge
  13. Park guard
  14. Bats
  15. Bat House
  16. Reserva Natural Absoluta Cabo Blanco

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