WE HAVE THE INSIDER'S SCOOP ON THE BEST SIGHTSEEING IN COSTA RICA.
This is a two-hour walk along the famous hanging bridges, treetop walkways that crosses through the Monte Verde Cloud Forest. Then choose from these options to cap off the perfect day:
Hummingbird Garden, Butterfly Garden & Insect Museum. Imagine yourself in a beautiful garden with hundreds of hummingbirds flying cheerfully around you! Visit one of the largest butterfly gardens in the Americas, and finish with a visit to the Bio-Art Insect Museum, one of the most complete insect collections in the world.
Zip Line Canopy Tour. Looking for some real adventure? Try flying through 15 cables and 18 platforms, one of the longest canopy tours in Costa Rica.
Coffee Tour. Visit a real coffee farm and learn about the cultivation and processing of how authentic coffee is made with methods used by generations.
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The first stop will be to a hidden gem not found in any guidebooks you’ve seen. The magnificent Llanos del Cortez waterfalls, surrounded by a sandy, gold speckedled beach and lush rainforest where you can swim and relax.
Stop at the Las Pumas Wild Life Rescue Centre, where you can check out jaguars, pumas, ocelots, macaws, otters, monkeys, toucans and more! Relax during the short drive to an authentic Costa Rican lunch where you'll enjoy the beautiful views of the Miravalles Volcano.
Enjoy a two-hour hike along the slopes of the Tenorio Volcano and marvel at the variety of flora and fauna in the surrounding tropical rainforest. Walk along four hanging bridges over the forest canopy and take this excellent opportunity to observe birds, butterflies, bromelias, orchids. This place is truly paradise - Contact us to schedule a full immersion in the splendor of the tropical rainforest!
Monkeys, birds and crocodiles, oh my! This adventure is a MUST! Enjoy Palo Verde National Park, which protects over 33,000 acres and is known for its ecological diversity, preserving wetlands and providing a refuge for a myriad of wildlife.
Drive through back roads, sugar cane fields, local towns, see the locals digging up the sand used for the concrete.... an unforgettable cultural experience. Board a covered motor boat for a 2-hour ride down the slow moving Tempisque River. Be on the look out and ready to take some one-of-a-kind photos1 The mangrove swamps and the marshy lagoons provide a welcoming habitat and nesting ground to the greatest concentration of waterfowl and shorebirds in Central America.
Over 300 bird species including the black-crowned night herons, jabirus stork, spoonbills, egrets, ibis, grebes, black-bellied tree ducks, scarlet macaws, keel-billed toucans and parrots have been recorded. There are plenty of options after your safari - get in touch with us to customize your experience!