If you are visiting San Jose, this will be a great respite from the bustling city or a great tour on the way to your next destination. You will be immersed in nature in three ways: driving in an open-air safari vehicle, hiking trails on foot, and floating above the treetops on an ariel tram. You will learn a lot about the nature and culture of Costa Rica!Read more
Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge Tour is a true jungle experience. It starts in Los Chiles, a small town that sits on the riverside bordering Nicaragua. Birdwatchers and wildlife explorers enjoy this tour because you get a chance to see a variety of flora, fauna and plant life.Read more
Come take a walk on the wild side as we hike and rappel our way through the Costa Rican jungle during this unbelievable Canyoning adventure! From it’s lush flora, breathtaking terrain, and spectacular wildlife, this canyoning tour in Costa Rica is geared towards the outdoor enthusiast and adrenaline junkie alike.Read more
Hop on board our ocean catamaran to explore the crystal clear waters surrounding the Manuel Antonio National Park. This is one truly wild part of Costa Rica, as the land has been kept in conservation for many years. We’ll search for dolphins and whales, and admire the underwater paradise with snorkels and masks.Read more
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This is the perfect combination for those that love pedaling.Lets explore the rugged beauty of this side of Costa Rica? Immerse yourself in These 2 hours of mountain bike through this dirty road surround by wildlife and after be ready for an unique adventure on the peaceful waters of the Lake Arenal . You will have remote natural views of the Arenal Volcano and the Arenal Lake along the way.
Red-eyed frogs, iridescent blue butterflies and neon yellow snakes…say what??
As a country with largely varied terrain and ecosystems, Costa Rica has become home to many unique animals and plants species. The Danaus Ecological Reserve in La Fortuna, Costa Rica has three main objectives which are conservation, education and research.