National Parks


By María Pía Chaves. One of Costa Rica’s more diverse ecosystems is located in the Peninsula de Osa, in the country’s south pacific coast, a ten hour drive from the capital San José or a 37 min flight to Puerto Jiménez. The National Park boats 13 major ecosystems that range from highland cloud rainforest to [&hellip

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Corcovado National Park


The blue water of this coast provides exceptional challenge and excitement for seasoned, as well as occasional angles. International bill fishing tournaments in these waters routinely tie and break world records. Manuel Antonio is home to one of the most famous sites of Costa Rica: Manuel Antonio National Park. This park has been described as [&hellip

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Manuel Antonio National Park: Playa Manuel Antonio


The waters around Cocos Island are teeming with marine life, including sharks. Image by Jeff Rotman / Photolibrary / Getty Costa Rica’s thriving forests and abundant wildlife have made it a premier destination for eco-travelers, but the country’s lesser-known offshore environments teem with life and have just as much to set the spine tingling. Sadly, [&hellip

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Costa Rica’s top five marine adventures




We’re pleased to announce that starting in mid-August, Nature Air clients will have access to two new, super convenient options: Direct flights from the San José International Aiport (Juan Santamaría) to Quepos/Manuel Antonio and Tambor! New Flights = New Convenience We know that when you fly into Costa Rica (or out, boo!), convenience is king. [...]

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Nature Air to Fly Out of San José International Airport


The debate over Proyecto de Ley 17.383,which proposes to downgrade Las Baulas National Park to a wildlife refuge, revolves around three areas: legal precedent, expropriation, and science. The legal debate is actually quite one sided. First, Las Baulas was declared a national park by executive decree 20518 in 1991, followed by law number 7524 authorizing [...]

Preservation of Costa Rica’s Las Baulas National Park