Tortugero National Park

Tortugero National Park

In the far northeastern corner of the country, this park is accessible only by plane or boat, and is home to many amphibians and birds that exist nowhere else in the country. It’s also one of the world’s foremost turtle nesting beaches, with Olive Ridleys and leatherbacks regularly coming ashore to lay their eggs. 

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