This wonderful adventure package is action packed so you can get the most out of your visit. Explore the beauty of Mother Nature, feast on tropical delicacies, learn about local culture and let go of your daily routine. This is a perfect choice for anyone looking to maximize their day!
Duration: 10 hours
What to bring: Swimsuit, hiking or running shoes, sandals, change of clothing, binoculars, camera, sun block, money and hat
Includes: Transportation, Bilingual tour guide, welcome cocktail and refreshing aromatic towel, horseback riding tour, canopy tour, water slide adventure, hot springs and volcanic mud bath, gourmet lunch or dinner, organic farm tour, equipment and insurance
What better way to enjoy the Tropical Dry Forest than gliding through it as the monkeys do when they swing off the tree branches? Several cables will take you through the forest from platform to platform so you can enjoy different perspectives of the forest. Adrenaline included!
Duration: 4 hours
What to bring: Hiking/running shoes or strapped sandals, binoculars, sun block, hat and camera
Includes: Water bottle, fruit juice, guides, transportation
Enjoy the beautiful colors of the water and observe the underwater reef and exotic fish as you row the smooth waters of Tamarindo. This is the perfect tour for families.
Duration: 3 hours
What to bring: Bathing suit or clothes that can get wet, sandals, sunscreen and waterproof camera
Includes: Transportation, bilingual naturalist guide, kayak, life vest, paddles, snorkeling equipment and beverages
We’ll begin our journey after an introductory briefing to remind you how to ride our gentle horses. On horseback, we will experience a unique ride through the typical forest, mountain trails, beaches and mountain hills of Guanacaste lands.
What to bring: Long pants, closed shoes, repellent, sunscreen and hat
Includes: Horses, equipment, guide, beverages, entrance fee and insurance
Palo Verde National Park is an exceptional place for birdwatchers and nature lovers.
The hydrologic characteristics of the Tempisque River has created conditions to form these internationally important wetlands where you will be able to observe crocodiles, monkeys, iguanas and more wildlife than you ever imagined. After our nature tour, we will visit the town of Guaitil to check out traditional pottery artisans.
Duration: 5 hours
What to bring: Hiking shoes, running shoes or sandals, binoculars, camera, sun block, hat, sunglasses, mosquito repellent and money
Includes: Lunch, water bottle, fruit juice, guide, transportation, entrance fee to the park
This park is the most important monument for the protection of our dry forest and to symbolize our freedom after the independence. Here “La Casona” is located, where in 1856 the Costa Rican army compound by countrymen beat a group of filibusters that tried to conquer the whole Central American territory.
Santa Rosa National Park’s dry forest contains 2% of worldwide biodiversity, where you can see monkeys, birds, deers and much more. After the hike, we make our way to Liberia City. Historically, Liberia has been called “La Ciudad Blanca” because of its white adobe houses, white dirt roads and its people who dressed all in white because of the extreme heat.
What to bring: Hiking or running shoes, camera, spending money, sun hat
Includes: Bottled water, entrance fee, lunch in Liberia
Tamarindo is one of the most popular surf destinations in Costa Rica. Long sandy beaches, reefs and warm water create an ideal environment for experienced surfers as well as beginner surfers.
From Tamarindo, there is easy access to Avellanas, Playa Grande and Playa Negra.
All you need is some swimming knowledge. Children must be over 10 years old.
Duration: 2 hours
What to bring: Ability to swim and a good sense of humor! Plus swimsuit, change of clothes, sunscreen.
Includes: Bilingual guide, equipment and rash guard. Transportation NOT included.
Departure according to tide. (Client must call us a couple of days prior to provide the pick up time)
Silently glide along Costa Rica’s Gold Coast while passing some of Guanacaste’s exotic bays, white sand beaches and tropical jungles. Scan the seas for dolphins, sea turtles, flying fish or even a breaching whale. Stop in a tranquil bay, drop anchor and frolic in the blue Pacific. Snorkel in the bay or run down the deserted white sand beach while the crew prepares your lunch or dinner. Bring your camera and capture the moment everyone throughout the world talks about!
* Departs from El Coco & Tamarindo
Includes: Transportation, guide, snorkeling equipment, light lunch and drinks
What to bring: Sunglasses, suntan lotion, hat, bathing suit, waterproof camera, sandals and beach towel
Your vacation in Costa Rica will not be complete without visiting La Fortuna area with its active volcano and its Humid Forest. The best way to enjoy this volcano will be taking the hike near Arenal Volcano National Park to walk on the first lava flow (1968), The view from the Arenal Lake is gorgeous and a great hike. We’ll follow our adventure with a delicious lunch at the hot springs restaurant, then enjoy time to relax your mind and body as you rejuvenate in one of these therapeutic volcanic hot water springs, surrounded by mother nature, rain forest, volcano and magnificent infrastructure of pools, waterfalls and wet bars that will make your visit to this place something to write home about. On the way back to Guanacaste, dinner will be served at a local restaurant in Tilarán Town.
Duration: 12 hours
What to bring: Swimsuit, rain poncho, hiking or running shoes, sandals, change of clothing, binoculars, camera, sun block, mosquito repellent, some money for lockers and hat
Includes: Lunch, dinner, water bottle, fruit juice, guide, transportation, entrance fee to the park and the hot springs
Floating for 2 hours on a raft down the Corobicí or Tenorio Rivers (depending on water level) you will immerse yourself in a special ecosystem called The Dry Gallery Forest. Gigantic kapoks and fig trees line the river and are home to many species of monkeys, birds, iguanas and crocodiles that live along the river bank and in the treetops.
What to bring: Swimsuit, strapped sandals, change of clothing, binoculars, camera, sun block, mosquito repellent, sunglasses and hat
Includes: Water bottle, lunch, guide and transportation
A beautiful river that rises at Tenorio Volcano at Guanacaste mountain range, its pure and white water makes it the best river in the Guanacaste region for rafting. Combine almost 20 kilometers of rapids with magnificent landscapes surrounded by tropical forest and you have yourself one incredible day! *Children must be over 12 years old.
Duration: 8 hours
What to bring: Strapped sandals, mosquito repellent, sun block, hat and sunglasses
Includes: Water bottle, fruit juice, fresh fruits, lunch, guide and transportation
Discover the best routes in Guanacaste. Nearby the beaches of Tamarindo, Langosta and Avellanas to the beautiful dry forest, enjoy the altitudes of the mountains surrounded by panoramic views the North Pacific Coast. As a natural complement to our tour, you will enjoy the variety of native flora and fauna. To make it perfect, stop for a refreshing swim at Playa Bahia de Los Piratas.
What to bring: Comfortable clothing, bathing suit and towel, sneakers or water shoes, insect repellent, sun block and camera
Includes: ATVs fully equipped, safety helmets, bilingual guides, refreshments during the tour, round-trip transportation. Transportation included in Tamarindo area.
Our trip to Nicaragua begins very early in the morning to avoid lines at the border. Once across the border, we will stop for a delicious breakfast near Rivas. We continue our way to Granada. In Granada, we will visit the most important monuments of the city in a horse drawn carriage and stop at one of the best viewpoints for the magnificent Nicaragua Lake. After lunch we drive toward Masaya, a very typical Nicaraguan Town and we will visit the active Masaya Volcano National Park. We will finish with a visit to the local market before we return to Costa Rica.
Departure: 5:00am. Return: 8:30pm.
What to bring: Passport and ID, comfortable clothes, hat, camera and repellent
Includes: Transportation with AC, bilingual professional guide, all tours described, entrance fees at the park, beverages, breakfast, lunch, insurance and exit taxes
In this tour, we will begin with some horseback riding to the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano Park. Afterward we continue with a Canopy Tour and rappelling. After lunch, there is a challenging water tubing trip and then we will finish at the Hot Springs where we will rejuvenate ourselves with the therapeutic volcanic mud and relax a bit from this adventure filled day.
Duration: 9 hours
What to bring: Swimsuit, hiking or running shoes, strapped sandals, change of clothing, binoculars, camera, sun block, mosquito repellent, sunglasses and hat
Includes: Lunch, water bottle, fruit juice, guides, transportation and the entrance fee for the combo tour
With over 850 species of birds, Costa Rica is a great place for birding. With your experienced naturalist guide, you will be able to view some of the following eye catching species: The Cattle Egret, Crested Caracara, Laughing Falcon and the Squirrel Cuckoo just to mention a few. Our experienced guides carry binoculars and field handbooks to help you understand and learn about these magnificent birds. Witnessing these spectacular birds is optimal in the early morning or as the day cools into the evening when they are most active.
What to bring: Running shoes, binoculars and camera
Includes: Transportation, coffee, snacks, bottled water and fruit juice
After a drive through the wide open and semi-dry scenery of the pacific lowlands, you will start to see the green hills. This means we are getting near the cloud forest of Monteverde, where Selvatura Private reserve is situated. At Selvatura, we have the option of either gliding throughout the cloud forest with the Canopy Tour or something with less adrenaline but very educational – walking the trail that is connected with 8 Hanging Bridges above the tree canopy and then to the Hummingbird Gallery.
Duration: 15 hours
What to bring: Hiking or running shoes, warm clothing, rain poncho, binoculars, camera, sun block, mosquito repellent, sunglasses, hat and money
Includes: Lunch, fresh fruits, water bottle, fruit juice, guides, transportation and the entrance fee for the Selvatura tour