Category Archive for "Walks"

Venado Cave Spelunking

Journey into the depths of the earth on this Venado Caves spelunking tour near Costa Rica’s Arenal Volcano. On your 2-hour spelunking tour you’ll get an in-depth guided journey down through limestone caves believed to be between 15 and 20 million years old. Get up close to prehistoric marine fossils and subterranean creatures as you…

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Hike at Rio Celeste National Park

The Rio Celeste National Park is a beautiful 1.5 hour scenic drive from the Arenal Volcano through rural villages. The Río Celeste National Park is near the Tenorio and Miravalles Volcanoes and is becoming an increasingly popular area to visit in Costa Rica. Once we arrive, we will begin a hike through the dense, lush, tropical rainforest…

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San Jose Home Brew Pub Crawl

The interest of Craft or homemade beer in Costa Rica has grown over the years thanks to the influence of the international beer market. With so many types of beer from light beers and Lagers to Pilsners and dark beers, this tour is ideal for those who want to get a taste of a variety of different kinds – Costa Rica style! Luckily for us, most…

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Parasailing

ake off from the beach or choose a dry takeoff and landing right from our platform winch boat!
An unbelievably unique experience you need to try! You can also take a few steps on the beach and finish with a nice refreshing splash in the Pacific Ocean. Parasailing with us is fun, easy and relaxing.

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Manuel Antonio National Park

We wilI begin our trip toward our route traversing the mountains that border the central valley, we will use route 27 where following will take the coastal South route, on the way we will stop to have a delicious Costa Rican breakfast…

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Maleku Village

Learn about the culture, language and traditions of the Maleku community’s past, in order to understand them in the present and help continue their legacy into the future!…

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Ride to the waterfall

This activity is an auto – guide adventure in the wilderness. Your journey will begin by riding in a cart pulled by a tractor until you arrive at the lookout over the Pino Blanco waterfall. Then you will embark on your hiking expedition to La Fortuna waterfall, a hanging bridge and other surprises until you arrive at the riverbank…

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Night Walks

When night falls, some species look for a place to rest while many others become active. You may have observed the tropical forests during the day but exploring it at night is a completely new experience with a different ecosystem of animals…

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Bird Watching

As the sun rises, you will walk along the Gallery Trail that is home to over 380 species of birds. The trail weaves through lush, green forest, past tranquil lakes and through pastures of grazing cows and horses and the walk is at a comfortable, slow pace. Adults and children of all ages and fitness levels can enjoy the trip…

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Natural History Walks

Explore the primary forest and see the insects and mammals of the 1443 acres of protected area.
Each plant, insect and animal is involved in many intricate processes and all these together form a perfectly balanced ecosystem. This walk is a peaceful way to explore and gain a deeper appreciation for the incredible nature surrounding you.

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