Guanacaste National Park is a 50-acre parcel of tropical forest, located 2 miles from Belmopan in the Cayo District of Belize. The park gets its name from the Guanacaste or Tubroos tree, one of the largest trees found in Central America. It can reach a height of over 130 feet with a diameter in excess of 6 feet. Other trees you will see in the park are Rain tree, Mammee Apple, Bookut, Quamwood, Cotton Tree, Cohune Palm, and Mahogany, the national tree of Belize. Over 100 species of birds live in the park and an abundance of wildlife make this their home. The tour requires about 1 hour.