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Hike through verdant rain forests, relax on tropical beaches, and climb volcanoes on a Costa Rica vacation. National parks and ecological reserves make up almost a quarter of this Central American country, which is home to over 800 species of birds. See the nesting grounds of sea turtles in Tortuguero National Park on the Caribbean coast, and spot caimans and river turtles in the park’s lagoons. The park is also home to spider monkeys, howler monkeys, white-faced capuchins, and sloths. On the Pacific coast, Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the country’s most visited parks and home to almost 200 species of birds. Iconic Arenal Volcano is Costa Rica’s most active volcano, and visitors can relax in the nearby hot springs and kayak on Lake Arenal for some of the parks best views. Don’t miss the opportunity to soar above the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve on a zip-line or walk through the tree tops on the parks canopy-level suspension bridges.