This is an informative two-mile long trail that weaves throughout Manuel Antonio National Park and takes it's visitors on an educational journey to get to know the exotic plants and animals that live there. This is a great activity to see monkeys and enjoy the beach from a whole new perspective.
See an interesting and important part of the nature in Costa Rica - a Mangrove estuary. Once you settle into your kayak we will head out on the Paquita River and float along the soft currents in the shading mangrove estuary. Keep an eye out for monkeys, snakes, birds and ant eaters!
Go kayaking and snorkeling on the beautiful Pacific Ocean, just off the coast of Manuel Antonio. See beautiful underwater creatures and stunning tropical landscape and then finish the tour off with an on-boat barbeque.
Learn the art of surfing in beautiful Manuel Antonio. The Surf School in Manuel Antonio is one of the best in the area, offering fun and quality surf lessons to people of all ages and all skill levels! Everyone can learn how to surf!
Get your adrenaline pumping with this exciting white water rafting adventure on the way to your next vacation destination! Costa Rica is well known as the whitewater rafting capital of the world due to its abundant and exciting rivers and its growing number of outdoor enthusiasts. Go rafting on the beautiful Tenorio river and then your van will be waiting for you to take you to your new destination on Playa Samara!
This is the fastest and a very scenic way to travel between the Arenal Vocano and the cloud forests of Monteverde. This transfer operates in either direction and you get great views of the Arenal Volcano and the unspoiled and tropical Lake Arenal.
How many opportunities do you have to see real live crocodiles in their natural habitat? The Tarcoles River, located between Manuel Antonio and La Fortuna or Monteverde is the perfect place for seeing Crocodiles in Costa Rica. In fact, this spot is known to have one of the greatest populations of crocodiles in the entire world! The crocodiles here are massive, the largest reaching 7 meters long! You will see them swimming in the water or sunbathing on the river banks. Prepare to be ...