La Amistad International Park.
The project was conducted in the public use area of Altamira Station, where park administration is located and there is space equipped with trails and camping areas.
Home to Costa Rica's largest protected wilderness lands and distinguished by its natural and cultural value, La Amistad International Park has been recognized in our country and internationally.
In 1983 UNESCO declared it a "World Heritage Site of Humanity," due to the importance and diversity of the ecosystems it protects.
It is a refuge for species requiring large areas for reproduction and survival. Its environment has 4% of the variety of terrestrial species in the country and is estimated to contain 90% of the flora known in Costa Rica.
Its forests also harbor many species of animals like the tapir, puma, jaguar, ocelot, capuchin and others at risk of extinction.
Among the actions implemented are:
$ 6.992 US dollars.