La Amistad International Park
La Amistad, meaning friendship, due to the fact that La Amistad International Park is a joint effort between Costa Rica and Panama. Additionally, La Amistad is the largest national park in Costa Rica and home to a rainforest located close to San Isidro. La Amistad is a perfect destination for expeditions into some of the world’s most rugged terrain. The park is extremely secluded and not often visited.
Primary, uncharted forests, untouched by man’s hand, It is estimated that two thirds of all wildlife residing in Costa Rica can be found in Parque Nacional La Amistad. Located on the southern end of the Talamanca Mountain range.
What to do?
La Amistad International Park is home to 263 amphibian and reptile species, 400 bird species, and a variety of mammals have been observed within the park. It is also home to a densely forested landscape and is suitable for the most experienced hikers, and which guides are highly recommended.
While hiking La Amistad, you will be able to see jaguars, monkeys, anteaters, and sloths.
Camping is allowed in several designated locations within the park, however there is no lodging available.
The entrance fee to the park is $7 so if you are feeling adventurous, love the outdoors, and an expert hiker then we highly recommend you take a trip and visit La Amistad International Park.