Animal Rescue Centre, Chocolate Lady and Waterfall
Puerto Viejo or Cahuita
What could be better than a day playing with monkeys, learning how cacao become chocolate and hiking to a pristine waterfall? Three of our favorite local activities combined to make a truly memorable day on your vacation. No tour on Sundays.
Hike to the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve
The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is the largest of the private protected areas, with over 25,730 acres (10,415 hectares) of land. More than 500 species of orchids cling to the limbs of enormous trees. Vines, ferns, mosses and lichens fill every other available space
Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge
Birdwatchers and nature lovers, the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge tour is for you! This all day trip takes you to the mighty Rio Frio, part of the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge near the Nicaraguan border. This reserve is one of the most important in the world with more than 200 bird species.
Tortuguero Canal Wildlife Watching
Puerto Viejo or Cahuita
See the Tortuguero Canal by boat on this day trip from Puerto Viejo or Cahuita! Your bilingual guide will pick you up at the reception of your hotel. This tour is also available in Spanish, German and French. In a comfortable mini-van we will first do a small city tour through Limon to learn about the Caribbean port city. We will then continue north of Limon city to the Tortuguero Canals.
Damas Mangrove Boat Tour
This Damas Mangrove Boat Tour will be sure to be the highlight of your time in Costa Rica. Looking for experts? We use world-class, highly trained, bilingual guides and naturalists. They’ll steer you peacefully and comfortably in our high-tech, ultra-quiet estuary boats!
Nauyaca Waterfalls Horseback Riding
Nauyaca Waterfalls Horseback Riding is one of our most popular tours. It begins with an approximately 45-minute ride up to “Don Lulo’s house”. After breakfast and observing animals in the family’s mini-zoo, the ride continues for another 25 minutes. Then, you’ll arrive at the breathtaking Nauyaca Waterfalls, the ideal place for nature and adventure lovers.
Rainforest and Chocolate Adventure
Visit Tirimbina Rainforest Center and embark on the rainforest and Tirimbina Chocolate Adventure! Discover the wonders behind one of the world’s most tantalizing foods — chocolate! The cacao tree originated in Mesoamerica and has a rich and extraordinary history. En route to this amazing place, we will make a stop at La Virgen del Socorro (a private reserve). We’ll also lunch at the local restaurant owned by Doña Marielos.
Palo Verde Boat Tour
Palo Verde National park it is an exceptional place for birdwatchers and nature lovers in general, a two hours boat trip will introduce us into these important ecosystem, gigantic crocodiles, monkeys, iguanas and more wildlife that you ever imagined may be spotted.
Dolphin Watching and Snorkeling Samara
Looking for adventure? Grab your swimsuit and let’s go snorkeling in Samara! Get ready to feel the fresh ocean breeze and see stunning views of the Pacific coastline. We’ll head out to sea in a motorized catamaran in search of dolphins and other kinds of sea life.
Sensoria: Land of Senses
Explore the Land of Senses in the heart of Costa Rica! Suddenly you will find yourself in a tall, lush green forest, when minutes before we were driving for what seemed like endless dry plains of Guanacaste region. You can look forward to a refreshing fruit juice made for you as you are welcomed into our sacred forest.
Tropical Dry Forest Canopy Tour Papagayo
Canopy Tour Papagayo, what better way to enjoy the Tropical Dry Forest than effortlessly gliding through it! You’ll feel as the birds do while they fly over this beautiful environment. Or, as the monkeys do when they swing of the tree branches
Santa Rosa National Park and Liberia City Tour
The Santa Rosa National Park is the most important monument in the dry forest of freedom after independence. “La Casona” is where in 1856 the Costa Rican army beat a group of filibusters that tried to conquer the whole central American territory.
Carara National Park to Manuel Antonio
Arenal or Monteverde
Carara National Park is one of the most popular National Parks of Costa Rica. It’s especially beloved by bird watchers. In fact, it is a must-see for anyone interested in tropical biology! Situated between the dry forests of the north and the humid forests of the south, you’ll get to see flora and fauna from both habitats. This is incredibly unique!