Isla Pajaros, Costa Rica

Pajaros Island is located in the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica. It is one of four unpopulated islands included in the national park system as a biological reserve to protect seabird-nesting colonies and spare it from tourism or other development. There are no facilities for visitors or walking trails on the island.

Pajaros Island is almost completely round and dome-shaped. It's composed of the same kind of sandstone and luttie as Guayabo Island. The vegetation consists of a low-growing forest and patches of second-growth grass. The predominant species are guava, crown fig and stinking toe. Resident animals include rock oysters, crustaceans like barnacles, and birds outcast from other groups.

Things to see and do

* Bird watching

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Costa Rican colón (CRC)
Language – Spanish
Population – 0
Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA Style
Time – GMT minus six hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 506

Port Location - The port of Puntarenas, Caldera, is one of the main ports in the country.

Travel Links – The easiest way to see the Guayabo and Negritos islands is to take one of the daily cruises from Puntarenas to Tortuga Island, since the route taken on these excursions passes by these islands. Likewise, the ferry from Puntarenas to Paquera also passes near Guayabo Island.

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