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LAGO COTER PRIVATE BIOLOGIC RESERVE

These Private Biological Reserve belongs to ECO LODGE, and is a great turistic atraction for the guest hosted in the hotel, also allow them to enjoy the natural beauty of the country.
Propper to the geographic position these place work out as the habitat of a great number of emigrative birds that make a stop here to feed themselves and rest, spending a few amounts of weeks every year in our region, we also have different species originaly from these area.

Indian's Palenque

The adveture starts with a two and a half hours hiking, in which you can enjoy some plants like; Bromelias, Palmas, Gambas Roots, Guarumo, Helechos and Selajinelas, also you can heard the birds sinqinq all the road up to the Indian's Palenque, where you can approach to their culture, habits, religion and food. After these cultural interchange, you can continue with the hike and keep enjoing the natural beauty of the rain forest, until you get to the hotel.
Indin's Malekuss's Palenque: These is one of the few indians group that still exist in Costa Rica. They live near by Coter Lake Private Biological Reserve, thats why they have built a little palenque in the pathway, representing in a descriptive way their habits, their history and offerig to all the tourist art and crafts, which had become their first income.


 


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