Childrens Eternal Rainforest
The Childrens Eternal Rain Forest, known by locals as Bosque Eterno de los Ninos, actually began as a school project amongst Swedish children who sought to save a piece of the rain forest. The effort exploded into a fund raising effort that expanded over 44 countries, eventually culminating into this 54,000 acre piece of protected rain and cloud forest. Today, this is the largest private reserve in the world stretching from Monteverde to Arenal Volcano National Park.
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The Childrens Eternal Rain Forest offers visitors a subtle self-guided 1 mile hike down Bajo del Tigre trail through secondary forest. Visitors can gain knowledge about the reserve along this trail at any of the 27 information stations scattered across it.
There is plenty of wildlife within the reserve including 121 species of mammals, 154 types of reptiles and amphibians, 425 species of birds, 3,000 plant and 800 tree species, and over one million kinds of insects.
The Childrens Eternal Rain Forest connects with Arenal National Park, combining to protect over 110,000 acres of land.