Costa Rica has the greatest biodiversity in the world’s square kilometer. Its territory of only 51,000 km / 2 is home to more than 500,000 different species of animals and plants, about 5% of the world’s biodiversity. Thanks to a policy directly oriented towards green tourism, Costa Rica is one of the few countries to have classified more than 25% of its territory in protected zones and national parks.
A population is a government in line with ecotourism so that we can all benefit in harmony from this little piece of green paradise. About 10% of the world’s butterflies live in Costa Rica.
The country is known as the “capital of hummingbirds”, it has more than 52 different species listed on its territory. By 2018 it had more than 20,000 species of spiders, a world record! Sea turtles come to nest each year on some Pacific beaches. We can also see a very large population of dolphins, whales and incredible marine biodiversity.