PALO VERDE NATIONAL PARK, COSTA RICA
Unusual guides to the most beautiful natural parks in the world
An episode from the series TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF NATURE
Costa Rica is located between two oceans and claims more than 27 national parks. However, some of these are somewhat less attractive and, therefore, get less visitors.
In the national park of Palo Verde, the absence of tourism allows wildlife to live without meddling from humans.
But the consequence of this isolation is that the animals are poached. To fight against it, rangers have to patrol every night.