The campaign's goal is to build two trails that highlight the cultural and historical roots of Costa Rica and change the tour that's currently offered.
Guayabo National Monument
Building Caragra's Trail
ProParques seeks to buil a modular trail to permit better access to Guayabo National Monument and preserve this wonderful creation.
Declared National Monument in 1973 and World Heritage Civil Engineering Site, this park offers an access trail that goes from the entrance booth up to the main site; but due to protection measures, itsurrounds the archaeological structures preventing visitors from observing them in detail.
El The project aims at finding a safe way to enjoy this astonishing legacy by experiencing our ancestral culture in a closer way. The Monument is located 85 kilometers from San José and encompasses and area of 232 hectares. It is the most important archaeological site in Costa Rica.
Mounds, aqueducts, walkways, stairs, water storage tanks, tombs as well as other archaeological features can be observed.
La Visitation has fluctuated in 25,000 tourists per year and is increasing.
Santa Rosa National Park
Universal Access Trail and the building of Indio Desnudo Trail
The Indio Desnudo Trail project aims at constructing a 550 meters trail with universal access and a 580 meters natural trail to grant visitors the pleasure of enjoying its flora and fauna. Additionally, the installation of signs, the setting of rest areas and a lookout point are also part of this project.
The park is located 35 kilometers north from the town of Liberia and is shelter to La Casona Natinal Monument.
A national park since 1971, this beautiful site protects 38,000 inland hectares and 43,000 marine hectares.
Over the past few years, it has attracted over 40,000 visitors who enjoy the trails, multiple forest species and wide variety of animals.