Crisscross the tree canopy on swinging bridges suspended in the jungle.around Arenal volcano, go on a river safari, or hike trails to discover Costa Ricas winged wonders. With around a quarter of its land protected from development, Costa Rica is a bird lover’s delight.
With over 800 species of birds in Costa Rica, bird lovers can spend all day every day looking out for these beauties. Many of them are endangered or threatened species and there are several spots in the country that is a haven for birds such as Palo Verde National Park. You can see the biggest birds in Costa Rica, the smallest hummingbirds, herons, and much more. Make sure you get a good pair of binoculars and a long zoom so you can film or take great photos of them all!