Would you like to explore the continental divide that separates the ecosystems of North and South America? Experience this and many other wonders in Los Quetzales National Park, one of Costa Rica’s natural treasures.
Designated as a National Park in 2005, Los Quetzales encompasses 5,000 hectares of land, housing three forest zones, 14 unique ecosystems, and a clear mission: to preserve the highland forests and protect the valuable water sources that flow in this natural haven.
The tour departs from the reception area in safari vehicles. An expert guide will accompany you, providing insights into the natural history of this unique region. You’ll also have the opportunity to spot endemic bird species. After a short walk, you’ll be treated to one of the most breathtaking panoramas you’ve ever seen. To the right, the majestic Talamanca Mountain Range and the imposing volcanoes of the Central Volcanic Range; straight ahead, the Central Pacific; and to the left, the Southern Pacific snaking its way toward the General Valley and the Osa Peninsula. Far in the distance, the towering Cerro Chirripó, Costa Rica’s highest peak, looms impressively on the horizon.
Reserve your spot in advance with our team or at the reception. We offer options for both small and large groups, making it perfect for families, couples, and solo adventurers.
The approximate duration of the tour is 5 hours and is available to all our visitors.