Searching for birds and big cats in the wild is all well and good, but at the La Paz Waterfall Gardens - set on the banks of the Rio La Paz - you'll find them all conveniently in one place. This guarantees some spectacular close ups of many of the country's most rare and endangered species, from ocelots and pumas to toucans and innumerable species of butterflies. The Gardens are understandably one of Costa Rica’s most visited attractions, with some of the nation’s rarer birds and mammals on display. A series of trails here links the five waterfalls on the river and from the viewpoints along the way,
you can see great views of the falls from above and underneath. Colourful gardens surround the paths and it is easy to spend a whole day wandering around this delightful natural attraction. Visit La Paz Waterfall Gardens alongside a naturalist guide and tick off each incredible animal sighting as you make your way along the meandering pathways.

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