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Tirimbina is an educational, scientific and ecotourism destination amidst forests and rivers of the northern region of Costa Rica.
Owned by a non-profit organization to conserve the rainforest and to provide environmental education and scientific research, this private Wildlife Refuge protects 345 hectares of mid-elevation forest (pre-montane) and its trails pass through several ecosystems of the forest and river.
Only a third of the Tirimbina forest is used for ecotourism and environmental education, leaving the majority of the reserve intact. There are deluxe, standard and student rooms some with air condition small, private terraces with rocking chairs and view of the gardens; some others have bunk beds and ceiling fan.
There is a fully equipped, communal kitchen area available and a full service spacious restaurant with buffet style service, in a natural atmosphere where visitors may relax, watch TV, eat or simply have a cup of coffee. A great spot to watch birds.
Conservationists and researchers from around the world visit Tirimbina to study important relationships among species while enjoying its amazing surroundings and nearby tours.