Nature at all heights
Apropos pigs: Costa Rica is the habitat of more than one hundred animal species, some of which can be found in the many national parks. A visit to Chirripò National Park is a very special experience. The park includes Costa Rica’s highest mountain, Cerro Chirripò, which rises to an elevation of 12,532 ft. (3820 m). Tropically infused natural reserves, such as Piedras Blancas National Park featuring springs, rivers, sand beaches and cliffs, await visitors to the country’s south.