The Terraba Sierpe National Wetlands are a site of mingling.
Salt waters of the Pacific penetrate deep into the land, mixing with freshwater streams and the rivers Terraba and Sierpe. Mangroves and other amphibious plants form intricate islands of life and maze-like passages.
Navigating your way through this labyrinth, you might see anything from bull sharks and caimans to white-faced monkeys or raccoons. Sloths, coatimundi, Pacific green turtles, macaws, herons, and cranes also call this strange place home.