Boca Tapada

Boca Tapada is located in the lowlands in the north of Costa Rica, between the river San Juan and the city of Ciudad Quesada. This area is one of the few places where the great green macaw, threatened with extinction, nests. Typical for the region are the pineapple and heart of palm plantations. Of particular interest is the biological corridor Maquenque, a natural conservation area founded in 2005 that covers 123,552 acres (50,000 ha) of land and allows the use of its land for cultivation and living, but not urbanization.

Boca Tapada as a destination of the following tours