Why should one visit Monteverde?
Because is one of the most outstanding areas in the world related to biodiversity and protection of the environment. There are canopy tours, hanging bridges, lifts, trails around the national park and around many other private reserves that have adopted as their own the conservation and protection of our forests.
The four different life zones of the reserve are inhabited by more than 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds, 500 species of butterflies, 120 species of reptiles and amphibians, 2500 species of plants (which 420 of them are orchids and 200 species of ferns), 500 species of trees and tenths of thousands of species of insects. (Source: CCT, Centro Científico Tropical).