Caño Negro – Butterfly Farm
Butterfly Farm in Caño Negro
A group of local families from Caño Negro offer the visit of a Butterfly Farm during which the history of the site, the number of species, the reproduction process, the objective of conservation and the process of the artisan production are explained, while at the same time the great variety of orchids in the garden can be enjoyed. The families have managed to reproduce and protect species that are in danger of extinction.
Caño Negro and the Arenal Huetar Norter Conservation Area
Caño Negro itself is part of the Arenal Huetar Norte Conservation Area and consists of a system of rivers and lakes that hosts a biodiversity of great importance being food supply for a variety of species, including migratory birds coming from northern countries. Here you can find the largest population of caimans in the country and it is also home to the Gaspar fish, which is considered as a living fossil.
Duration: 1.5 hours
Inclusive: Entrance fee, guide and refreshment
Level of Difficulty: Low
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1 Person: 10 USD
2 Persons: 20 USD
3 Persons: 30 USD
4 Persons: 40 USD
The price for 4 or more persons each is 10 USD.
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