Caño Negro Nature Reserve: Paradise Utopia

By BobbyRica | December 10, 2009

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Costa Rica is known for being one of the most eco-friendly tourist spots in the world due to the sustainable provisions of the country. The country works hard to restore and develop its natural resources and it shows. So one wouldn’t be surprised to see the same beautiful landscapes and luxuriant surroundings if you visit Costa Rica half a century from now. You can always come back to the country and discover a lot of nature places that you have yet to experience. One of those is the Caño Negro Nature Reserve.

This particular wetland in Costa Rica is located in the province of Alajuela and near the Nicaraguan border and has an 800-hectare lagoon that runs through the area. Aside from these natural gifts bestowed to the land, the Reserve serves home to a variety of flora and fauna known to man, which is a treat to every botanist planning on visiting the country. Due to its bountiful collection of plants, the wetland is a regular stopover to most of the birds in the area. In fact, birds love the Reserve so much that over 200 types of birds have been found and discovered in the place. Talk about staying together.

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However, the Caño Negro Nature Reserve bears importance because it hosts the rarest and most unique plants and species of birds. Only in this wetland will you find the Cayman (a reptile belonging to the crocodile group), Grackle (a type of bird originally found in Nicaragua), Giant Bear Ant (a bear or an ant? You decide), and a variety of iguanas, monkeys, pumas, and fishes that are bountiful and awesome enough to make you piss all over your piss, for some reason.

Overall, the Caño Negro Nature Reserve is not merely a display of Costa’s Rica natural resources, but primarily a fulfilling trip reminding each and every one of us that nature is meant to be taken care of. There is so much beauty in the world and it is our role to maintain their precious states.

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