Santa Rosa National Park, Province of Guanacaste

(3.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This park is probably only worth going if you make it to the campsite at witches rock on the beach. But unless you have a real tough big 4x4 car (not a SUV) and are an experienced off road driver you ...  more »
  • We had a half days bird watching which took in Santa Rosa NP. When we arrived the weather was OK spotted a few lifers, then it rained, this is probably the driest area of Costa Rica and it rained. On ...  more »
  • The Santa Rosa NP is located in northwest Costa Rica, an area that's usually dry. It also has habitats that are different from anything you're likely to find in other parts of the country. If you're p...  more »
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  • An incredible conservation park, very welcoming and supportive of research teams, including our university study abroad trip from Philadelphia University to understand the EcoDiversity in tropical dry forests. I hope to get to return one day.
  • Many things to do and see! Nature, views, trails, beach, animals...
  • Huge, beautiful dry forest and national park. Access roads are well paved and easy; lots to do within.
  • The bumpy trail heading to the beach was worth the price of admission alone. We saw some deer and monkeys on a short hike.
  • An awesome and beautiful place, the beach, the forest, the animals!!! A place to visit more often