Monteverde is a small town, capital of the district of the same name, number 9 of Puntarenas, northwest of Costa Rica.

It is located on the western slopes of the Cordillera de Tilarán, approximately three-hour drive from the Central Valley of Costa Rica.

Monteverde is considered an important ecotourism destination in Costa Rica. The area is perhaps best known for the Monteverde Biological Reserve and many other private reserves, which attract a large number of tourists and naturalists interested in the mountains and tropical biodiversity.

Newsweek 100 places to remember before they disappear, Monteverde appears as # 14 America. It has also been considered one of the Seven Wonders of Costa Rica by popular vote, and has been called by the National Geographic “the jewel in the crown of cloud forest reserves.”

The population of Monteverde is between 250-750 people, usually bilingual (English-Spanish). Neighboring most developed is Santa Elena, which has about 6,500 permanent residents.

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Extremo Bungee Monteverde Costa Rica

Has one of the most beautiful views of the area and the country in terms of rainforest refers, you will see this during the tour with our extreme activities; mixing the majesty of these along with the extreme adventure of reaching the highest altitudes and admire the...
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Arguably the main attraction of Monteverde, the massive 10,500 hectares (26,000 acres) of Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve is based 70,000 tourists a year

Arguably the main attraction of Monteverde, the massive 10,500 hectares (26,000 acres) of Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve is based 70,000 tourists a year. It is known as the site with the largest number of orchids in the world, with 34 of its 500 newly...
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Because rainforests and jungle are recognized by the metropolitan area by ​​Monteverde cloud forest

Because rainforests and jungle are recognized by the metropolitan area by Monteverde cloud forest; Monteverde has become an important part of the tourist route in Costa Rica, despite the difficulties of access. It was recently voted one of the "7 Wonders of Costa...
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Tourism is a growing sector in the economy of Monteverde

Tourism is a growing sector in the economy of Monteverde. Having grown from less than a hundred visitors per year in 1975 to about 50,000 in the mid-1990s to 250,000 in recent years, much of the economy is increasingly dependent on tourism. An increasement in hotels,...
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