This is the largest archaeological site yet found
in Costa Rica. Largely unexplored, the area contains ancient trails,
water tanks and homesites, as well as petroglyphs estimated to be about
an ancient of the Pre-Columbian era, situated in the midst of the cloud
forests and rain forests of Costa Rica. A stroll through the Guayabo
area reveals raised stone foundations, and stone paved roads of unknown
length leading off into the surrounding dense foliage.