Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

Steeped in history, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve initially dates back to the early 1950’s when a group of Quakers from the United States left their homes in Alabama and arrived in Monteverde at a time when the region was just beginning to be settled. In order to avoid being drafted into the Korean War, the Quakers established a simple life in the area, primarily based around dairy and cheese production, before its 328 hectacres became acquired by George Powell in 1972.

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