|La Amistad International Park|
Location: On the Talamanca mountain range. It is considered the most extensive untouched tropical - forest - covered mountain system in the whole country. Importance: It is one of the parks that comprises the area of greatest biodiversity in Costa Rica, and it is the largest virgin forest in the country, where an extraordinary large number of habitats coexist: ferns and mixed forests, product of the differences in altitude, soil, climate and topography.
|La Amistad International Park - Costa Rica / Panama - Beautiful - Talamanca Range - La Amistad Reserves / La Amistad National Park.|
|La Amistad International Park Tourism Guide - Travel and Discover|
|National Park - Costa Rica National Parks and Reserves|
|Costa Rica La Amistad 2019
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