A walk through history and nature. The Santa Rosa National Park Costa Rica protects one of the few remnants of Tropical Dry forest in the world, being this habitat to thousands of plants and animals. This forest has two extreme phases in a year; the dry season from December – April and the wet season from May – November.
The Santa Rosa National Park has historical importance for Costa Ricans because this was the scenario of a battle in 1856 against foreign mercenaries that wanted to convert Central America into a slave nation, so this place is a symbol of freedom for all of us.
Experience the wonder of Costa Rica’s natural beauty with the Best Tours CR Rio Celeste Tour. Hike through the lush tropical rainforest and discover the stunning blue waterfall, a result of a very interesting visual effect. Take a short 2-hour hike to the Rio Celeste Waterfall or a longer 3-hour hike to see all of the park’s main attractions, including the Mysteries of Tenorio Trail, La Laguna Azul (Blue Lagoon), Los Borbollones (Natural hot springs), and El Teñidero. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see the breathtaking blue color change at El Teñidero. Make your Costa Rican vacation unforgettable with Best Tours CR, the best option for things to do near Dreams Las Mareas.
Rincon de la Vieja National Park is a must-see destination in Costa Rica. The park boasts beautiful hiking trails that take visitors through the lush rainforest and past the many waterfalls. The park is home to the Rincon de la Vieja volcano, which is the largest and most active volcano in Guanacaste and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can enjoy the sights of volcanic fumaroles, bubbling mud pit craters, clear water rivers, and many types of beautiful plants. The park is also home to various animal species such as jungle cats, monkeys, and agouties. If you’re staying at Dreams Las Mareas Costa Rica, be sure to check out Best Tours CR for the best options for things to do nearby and make the most of your visit.