The Bosque de Paz Biological Reserve is located in the Continental Divide of the Central Volcanic Mountain Range, between the popular Poas Volcano National Park and the less explored but marvelous Juan Castro Blanco National Park; which is better known as the National Park of Water. The weather conditions provided from the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean make Bosque de Paz an ecological treasure. The foggy and rainy climate favors the biodiversity, both of plants and animals.
At Bosque de Paz, God´s creation is spread among majestic mountains, waterfalls, rivers, century-old trees filled with orchids and bromeliads. You will find countless species of birds and mammals, which year by year multiply thanks to our family’s mission and dedication to protect, regenerate, and conserve this forest.
This sketch will serve to awaken your desire to discover the wonders of nature found at Bosque de Paz. We will try to give you a clear description of each of our five comfortable and well-marked trails which travel into the marvelous jungles of the rainforest; home of countless bird, bat, insect, reptile, and mammal populations.