Tapir Valley is a 100-hectare nature reserve near Tenorio National Park and the village of Bijagua de Upala, about an hour from Liberia.
This reserve was established in 2006, and the restoration work has provided habitat for an incredible diversity of species. Over 426 species of birds, 35 species of amphibians, and 30 species of reptiles have been recorded here.
Tapir Valley provides daily birdwatching, nature, and tapir tours by reservation.
It is the best place in northern Costa Rica to see the endangered Baird's Tapir and the shy Tody Motmot.