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Rancho Humo, The Guanacaste Wetland and Conservancy Project Reserve

Rancho Humo, a natural experience:

 

Rancho Humo is a private reserve of 2640 acres located at the heart of a major conservation area, which includes Palo Verde National Park. Here you can experience numerous ecosystems: mangrove, wetlands, dry tropical rainforest, pastures, a large variety of flora and fauna including herons, black crowned night herons, hawks, ducks, roseate spoonbills, wood stork, and the largest and most exotic aquatic bird in Guanacaste: the Jabirú. The ecosystems part of Rancho Humo have been subject to restoration (since 2007) with the intent of returning the landscapes to their natural habitat that was altered by men.

Taking a experienced tour to the heart of a beautiful birds santuary:

  • TEMPISQUE RIVER –PALO VERDE NATIONAL PARK, In the mighty Tempisque River, we board a boat that takes us to the heart of Palo Verde National Park, is located in the low riverbank of the Tempisque River, is made up of an ecosystem of flooded plains, bordered by rivers and by a chain of limestone fiords.
  • ISLA PAJAROS – bird sanctuary. One of the marvels of Costa Rica, a sanctuary of migratory and resident birds in the Tempisque river bank.
  • WETLANDS: Restoring Paradise
    A sophisticated canal system maintains water at an ideal level to preserve and develop the ecosystem. Wetlands are areas where water is the main element controlling the environment and the flora and fauna connected to it.
    Here you can experience numerous ecosystems: mangrove, wetlands, dry tropical rainforest, pastures, a large variety of flora and fauna including herons, black crowned night herons, hawks, ducks, roseate spoonbills, wood stork, and the largest and most exotic aquatic bird in Guanacaste: the Jabirú.
  • FAM EXPERIENCE:
    Ranch Humo it is no longer exclusively a cattle ranch, but you can live in the flesh the traditional farm activities of Guanacaste.
  • TYPICAL LUNCH: Guanacaste flavor
    Your visit to the province of Guanacaste will not be complete without tasting our typical regional cuisine.

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