Piedras Blancas National Park
The Piedras Blancas National Park in the South Pacific of Costa Rica was created in 1994 to protect the remaining unprotected tropical rainforest in the area. Although it first belonged to the Corcovado National Park, it was declared an independent national park because of its size and location. Thanks to the constant precipitation, you can explore here a unique species diversity, of which many species are not yet investigated. The animals you can find in Piedras Blancas include jaguars, agutis, ocelots, macaws, black guans, hummingbirds and poison dart frogs.