2. Monteverde Cloud Forest

Low hanging clouds hover and provide trees and plants with much-needed sustenance. Monteverde Cloud Forest is a biodiverse ecosystem that was established in 1972. It covers over 35,000 acres with has over 1,600 animals living inside, including jaguars, ocelots, and quetzals. There are over eight miles of trails for visitors to explore alone or with a guide.

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