Veragua Rainforest, Costa Rica
The Reserve is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Tel: +506 2296-5056
Explore the natural wonders of Costa Rica’s breathtaking tropical rainforest at the all-in-one total rainforest adventure at Veragua Rainforest Research & Adventure Park! Surrounded by 100% rainforest, Veragua borders the spectacular La Amistad International Park (“Friendship International Park”) that is shared by Costa Rica and Panamá; it is the largest and most remote nature reserve in Central America.
Experience the vibrant rainforest canopy on an aerial tram or a zip-line (“canopy tour”). Enjoy the world´s largest nocturnal-ambience frog habitat. Journey into the forest on diverse walking trails, admiring the sights and sounds of wild flora and fauna. Feel the thunderous spray of a spectacular waterfall almost at your fingertips. Learn about exciting new species with researchers at the Veragua Biological Research Station.
Located less than one hour from the historic Caribbean town of Port of Limón, Veragua Rainforest Research & Adventure Park is a not-to-be-missed attraction when visiting Costa Rica’s Caribbean area. It is the perfect shore excursion for cruise visitors who only have a few hours to experience as many of Costa Rica’s wonders as possible, and who want to do so with minimal on-shore travel time. Please visit our Limon Shore Excursion section for more information.
Veragua Rainforest Research & Adventure Park encompasses 1,300 hectares (3,212 acres) of tropical rainforest with enchanting views of the seemingly endless mountains of the Talamanca Range. The region’s consistently pleasant climate makes a visit to Veragua Rainforest a fabulous experience all-year-round.
Limón, well known for its national parks, whitewater rafting and pristine beaches is now home to the newest tourist attraction, Veragua Rainforest Research & Adventure Park!
With world-class facilities, astonishing natural beauty, and a commitment to conservation and scientific research, Veragua Rainforest is the place to visit for the most complete, exciting and educational Costa Rican rainforest experience possible.
Christopher P. Baker
National Geographic Traveler Costa Rica.