Exploring the world's gardens: La Paz Waterfall Gardens

Exploring the world's gardens: La Paz Waterfall Gardens

May 9, 2014| by administrator


With 40 acres of wildlife refuge, 10 animal exhibits, five waterfalls and two and a half miles of walking trails, it’s no wonder La Paz Waterfall Gardens in Alajuela, Costa Rica was named the number one visited privately owned ecological attraction in Costa Rica. These gardens feature a wide array of different species including over 100 species in its wildlife preserve, 24 species in its hummingbird exhibit and 30 species of snakes in its serpentarium. Other exhibits and wildlife include an insect exhibit, monkey habitat, butterfly observatory and butterfly gardens, cloud forest and rainforest, frog exhibit, as well as a two-toed sloth and a jaguar. Visitors are also strongly encouraged to catch their own dinner in Trout Lake and visit La Paz, the most famous waterfall in Costa Rica.

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