Palo Verde National Park is the perfect destination if you are interested in a guided wildlife tour in Guanacaste. Bordering the Tempisque River, Palo Verde National Park is one of the last true tropical dry forests and is a very important hub for native animals. From mangroves, swamps, lagoons and grasslands, there are 15 different kinds of habitats in the park. Home to a variety of native animals, specifically birds, the Palo Verde boat tour is a wildlife enthusiasts dream! The Palo Verde boat tour is especially great for those interested in bird watching as it is a key spot for migrant birds from the Americas. Birds that have been spotted include: Great Curassows, Scarlet Macaws, White Ibis, Roseate Spoonbills, Anhingas, Jabirus, and Wood Storks, among many others. Crocodiles, white-nosed coatis, white-tailed deer, howler and capuchin monkeys are also commonly seen. If you are looking for a great day trip and are interested in a guided wildlife tour, this is a great option. It is highly recommended for families, senior citizens and anyone who has difficulty walking long distances.