Golfo Dulce is certainly one of Costa Rica’s most biodiverse areas, containing practically 50 % of the natural world within the nation. Thought of a tropical fjord, the realm receives as much as 200 inches of rainfall yearly, and each the jungle and the shoreline are teeming with life. Golfo Dulce offers a habitat for a wealth of marine species, together with endangered sea turtles, a number of sorts of dolphins and migrating humpback whales. Inland, the area is house to a number of sorts of monkeys (spider, white-faced, squirrel and howler monkeys), plus anteaters, coatimundis, dart frogs and lots of of avian species, together with scarlet macaws, toucans, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, wooden creepers and trogons. These excited about studying about agriculture within the area can take a tour of a conventional cacao plantation at Kobo Farm and study in regards to the historical past and tradition of this tropical crop, which traces again to the traditional Mayans.