Santa Rosa National Park, Province of Guanacaste

Santa Rosa National Park is located in Province of Guanacaste. To visit Santa Rosa National Park on your holiday in Area de Conservacion Guanacaste, and find out what else Area de Conservacion Guanacaste has to offer, use our Area de Conservacion Guanacaste day trip site .
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  • Preserving the dry forest is very important and I wish we were able to see more of it. Last year's storm washed out the road so the Los Patos trail is closed. I would recommend camping in the park in ...  more »
  • The Park us gift a pair of deer visit while we had lunch in the forest. Visit la Casona, Costa Rica, brings ls stories told by our teachers to reality. Perhaps from small one sees it as a world away from our reality, but to be there history becomes part of the transformation of our lives.
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  • Attended this park early in the morning. And I mean early, we arrived from Playas del Coco at 0630hrs. It paid off. Firstly, the trails are very nice and well laid out. The sounds of the forest at thi...  more »
  • Uninteresting national park, comparing to the other national parks in Costa Rica. And the most important thing - about 90% of the park was closed (Jan 2018) and we were told it might be open again in March. Too bad they didn't told that at the entrance. We paid 15$ per person and we there there only for one short trail... Was a really waste of time..
  • Excellent park persevering nature not a lot of access allowed only on the northern side when roads have dried out we normally go by boat
  • So much sea life sea turtles, dolphins, fish and yes crocodile's. The surf was awsome and nobody around. Make sure to pay the $15 to the national park day pass. All the roads to witch's rock are washed out from hurricane as of 11/05/17 so the only access is by boat....
  • Like previous comments, most parts are closed. There is a very short trail which can be finished in 30 mins. Nevertheless, we paid 35 usd doe 2 persons.
  • Not a nice experience to our latest adventurous mountain bikers from Germany, we did arrived late and no one was at the first entrance, we did realized that the second entrance had the guards ready to leave but they charged us anyway even with the place closed because we did use their 7 km of road. A really bad example of how Costarican organizations are stilling money from tourists. Also the guard Marcos Bustos had a very rude attitude when discussing the charge with a sarcastic smile. Anyway we paid for them since wasn’t their fault. We did continued our adventure to all over Costa Rica having fun and leaving the past behind.
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