The luxuriant Republic of Costa Rica is renowned for housing over 5% of the biodiversity of our planet as well as for having the largest number of national parks and protected areas known as nature reserves. Fervid nature and wildlife lovers frequently choose this country in Central America in order to explore to the fullest the natural beauty and biodiversity of the Carabbean lowlands. The consummate adventure for any tourist who wants to embrace the quintessence of nature s splendor is provided by a memorable trip to Cabo Blanco National Park in Costa Rica. Also known as the Cabo Blanco Absolute Natural Reserve, this legally protected area is located on the southern Nicoya Peninsula, very close to Malpais and Santa Teresa, two picturesque beach town in Puntarenas Province.
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