Palo Verde National Park is a sprawling sanctuary encompassing extravagant waterways. It hosts the largest population of waterfowl and wading birds in Central America.
The marshes, pools, and floodplains of the park are frequented by numerous bird-watching trophy birds, including white-bodied jabirus, brilliant scarlet macaws, white ibis, wood storks, osprey, and tiger heron.
Also present are crocodiles, as well as Costa Rican mainstays like monkeys and iguanas.
Explore the park on a relaxing private boat ride that feels, rather deservedly, like an aquatic safari.