Bordering the Tortuguero National Park along Costa Rica’s beautiful Carribean Coast, the village of Tortuguero is known for its ecotourism and its extensive network of canals. It is set amidst tropical lowland rainforests, magnificent rivers, and pristine beaches. A definite highlight of the area is taking the unique once in a lifetime opportunity to watch baby green turtles hatch along the shoreline. Visitors can look forward to a wide selection of exciting activities such as: visiting the Tortuguero National Park which is home to over 300 species of bird, a variety of flora and diverse fauna. Other popular activities include: hiking, sport fishing, canal tours, canopy tours, and kayaking. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit and explore the nearby Barra del Colorado Wildlife Refuge, the Cariari National Wetlands, and theTurtle Museum at Sea Turtle Conservancy.