The Los Guatuzos Wildlife Reserve, not far from Islas Solentiname, is one of the most extensive wetland areas in Central America. With two distinct climate zones, namely tropical humid forest and tropical dry forest, the diversity of wildlife here is incredible. Besides a staggering 408 bird species, the reserve is home to endangered species like the spectacled caiman, the green iguana, river turtles, jaguars and tapirs. Slowly navigating Rio Papaturro, you'll see the abundant flora and fauna from the boat, and will also visit an observation platform for a stunning birds-eye view of the reserve.
Los Guatuzos is best visited in the morning, leaving from the Solentiname Islands.
- Aquatic transportation
- Local Guide
- Entrance fees