Nature Without Borders
Peninsula Papagayo is an extraordinary biological corridor, offering an unparalleled closeness to nature in one of the world’s most peaceful and biodiverse destinations. Surrounding the peninsula is the vast Área de Conservación Guanacaste (ACG), a designated UNESCO World Heritage site comprising approximately 400,000 acres of protected wildlife area on land and sea. It is home to an extraordinary variety of life forms including 7,000 plant species, 900 vertebrate species, 500 bird species, and 8,000 species of butterflies and moths.
Globally important for the conservation of tropical biological diversity, the ACG contains four of the tropic’s five main ecosystems, as well as key habitats for endangered and rare plant and animal species.