The Natural Wonder of Caño Negro:
Nestled near the Nicaraguan border in Costa Rica’s Alajuela province, the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge stands as a beacon of biodiversity. Recognized as the world’s third most important wetland, it’s a sanctuary for an array of rare species ranging from majestic jaguars to migratory birds. Covering over 800 hectares, Caño Negro’s lagoon also shelters unique fish like the robalo and guapote. This refuge not only offers an immersive experience in wildlife but also serves as an educational testament to balanced eco-tourism. Whether accessed by road during the dry season or explored by boat in the rainy months, Caño Negro promises unparalleled natural wonders.