Costa Rica Braulio Carrillo National Park
It is located northeast of the Central Valley on the Central Volcanic Cordillera, between the massifs of the Poas and Irazu.
It was created by Law No. 8357-A, April 5, 1978. The Braulio Carrillo covers over 44,000 hectares, is one of the largest protected areas in Costa Rica, most of the landscape consists of high volcanic mountains, densely wooded and innumerable rivers running through deep canyons.
Identifies several extinct volcanoes, the Chompipe to 2259 m altitude, 2139 m above Turu to sea level, Cerro Cacho Black Barva to 2250 m and which has several craters collectively known as Tres Marias at an average altitude of 1725 m .
As for the visitor services information, a park ranger station, trails, restrooms, drinking water, signage and several natural viewpoints.