This trip combines three of our favorite local activities in Puerto Viejo, on the Caribbean Coast! We’ll start the day off with a fun visit to the Jaguar Animal Rescue Center that serves as a refuge and rehabilitation center for many local animals including wild cats, monkeys, snakes, sloths and much more. Get up close in personal with these beautiful animals and prepare for some good photo ops! Then, we’ll hike to the famous and breathtaking waterfall, and see or...
On the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica sits the protected Cahuita National Park, best described as a nature lover’s playground full of land and sea adventures. The Cahuita Boat, Snorkel and Hiking trip provides you with some of the best activities in Costa Rica – a boat tour on the Caribbean ocean to a famous snorkeling site that sits by the coral reef, followed by a rainforest hike in Cahuita National Park.
The Gandoca- Manzanillo Refuge Jungle Hike is a great way to see the amazing and lush rainforests in the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica! You’ll see trees covered with lichen, bromeliads, orchids and mosses creating an abundance of life and beauty.
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 San Jose/La Fortuna/Monteverde is the perfect place for this. In fact, this spot is known to be have one of the greatest populations of crocodiles in the entire world. The crocodiles here are massive, the largest reaching 7 meters long and you will see them swimming in the waters, or sunbathing on the river banks. Prepare to be amazed!
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. After receiving safety instructions from your professional guide, you’ll strap on your helmet and head down the thrilling rapids of one of the most famous rivers in Costa Rica on the Tenorio River.