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Entering Santa Elena, Monteverde

Residents in Monteverde, one of Costa Rica’s most prominent tourism destinations, will meet on Friday in the capital with government officials at Casa Presidencial to demand the construction of an asphalt road to that community. They also will meet on Monday with officials from the Comptroller General’s Office to assess infrastructure needs in the region. Monteverde

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Mobile Picture of The Day

Beautiful sunny day in Monteverde, Christmas is in the air, view from our office in Santa Elena, Monteverde Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve Facts This famous reserve, whose complete name is “Monteverde Biological Cloud Forest Reserve”, has very unique characteristics and boasts an invaluable ecosystem for the Costa Rica territory. Some relevant facts are:– 877 species

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Monteverde Costa Rica

The spectacular Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve attracts scientists, bird watchers, and wildlife lovers from all parts of the world. Inside the reserve you can explore the virgin forests and multi-century old strangler fig trees on your way to a viewpoint which sits on the continental divide. On a clear day you can see both the

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Monteverde Costa Rica

Welcome to Monteverde Strung between two lovingly preserved cloud forests is this slim corridor of civilization, which consists of the Tico village of Santa Elena and the Quaker settlement of Monteverde. A 1983 feature article in National Geographic described this unique landscape and subsequently billed the area as the place to view one of Central America’s most famous birds –

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Monteverde Reserve

The Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve  is one of the most developed and well-maintained natural attractions in Costa Rica. The trails are clearly marked, regularly traveled, and generally gentle in terms of ascents and descents. The cloud forest here is lush and largely untouched. Still, keep in mind that most of the birds and mammals

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Monteverde Facts

Facts About Monteverde – Mean temperature: 61-64° F (16-18° C) – Annual rainfall: 118 inches – Dry Season: December to March – Location: 140 miles (225 km) northwest of San José. Generally, this takes about 3.5 hours by car and 5 hours by bus. – Population: 6,750 – Altitude: 5,900 feet (1,800 m), although the

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