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  • Hiking & Diving Combo

     Begin your trip by exploring the area of Arenal, famous for its majestic volcano and myriad of eco-tours.

    From the overland adventures of Arenal you will be taken to the Costa Rican Pacific where you will stay in one of the country’s most exclusive properties and scuba dive near the world famous Catalina Islands! The hotel also offers access to some of the best surfing beaches around and features a spa to help relax you after all the adventure.

    Itinerary

    Day 1: Welcome to Costa Rica!

    Fly into San José, where one of our representatives will meet you and show you to your private transfer. From here, travel to La Fortuna where you will be staying at Montaña de Fuego Hotel.
    Montaña de Fuego Hotel

    Day 2: Hiking tour with hot springs

    This is a nice hiking tour where you will see the Arenal Volcano in all its glory. See exotic animals and plants as a guide points out interesting facts about the area. Finish your day by relaxing at Ecotermales Hot Springs, your relaxing adventure of the day
    Montaña de Fuego Hotel

    Day 3: Arenal to Tamarindo Beach

    After breakfast you will take a private transfer from Arenal to Tamarindo, where you will be staying at Tamarindo Diria Hotel.
    Tamarindo Diria Hotel

    Day 4: Hang out by the hotel

    Relax in your room at Tamarindo Diria or hang out by the pool. You can also take a short walk to the beach or indulge yourself with the restaurant’s culinary delicacies.
    Tamarindo Diria Hotel

    Day 5: Scuba diving

    Go on a scuba diving tour! See angel fish, jacks, snappers, grunts, octopus, and eels as you dive in spots with depths ranging from 40 ft. to more than 100 ft!
    Tamarindo Diria Hotel

    Day 6: Dive, dive!

    Go scuba diving off the coast of Flamingo. See the magnificent Catalina Islands and discover the richness of the ocean life.
    Tamarindo Diria Hotel

    Day 7: Enjoy the town

    Make the most out of your stay at Tamarindo Diria or visit the local shops and restaurants in Tamarindo. Or Depends your fly, we can drive back to San José (it takes about 5 hours)
     Tamarindo Diria Hotel

    Day 8: Head home

    A private transfer will take you to the Liberia Airport or San José where you will board a flight back home.

        Package Includes:

    • Exclusive Airport ‘Meet and Greet’ service—we´re there as you get off the plane so you have a stress-free arrival
    • Private transfer to Montaña de fuego Hotel with an English-speaking driver
    • Two nights lodging at Montaña de fuego hotel, including breakfast during your stay
    • Hanging Bridges and Ecotermales Hot Springs for 2
    • Private transfer to Tamarindo Diria hotel with an English-speaking driver
    • Five nights lodging at Tamarindo Diria including breakfast during your stay
    • Two-tank Scuba Dive tour for 2
    • Private transfer to the airport

     

     

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  • HOT SPRINGS

    Hot Springs are the most relaxing adventure in Costa Rica, if you you to Guanacaste you can not miss the mudbaths

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  • JUNGLE & BEACH

     This package is for those who want to get to know Corcovado National Park and its incredible tropical jungles, islands and endless tropical coast, but also spend a few days of beach in the beautiful area of Manuel Antonio. The package can be customized to fit the customer’s needs

    Itinerary

    Day 01: Arrival

    Arrival at the International airport. Our tour guide will meet and greet at the airport and transfer to Bougainvillea Hotel in Heredia.Overnight at Bougainvillea Hotel, Standard Room.

    Day 02: San Jose – Corcovado

    After breakfast your Costa Rican Safari tour guide will pick you up for your transfer to the local airport in San Jose for your flight to Palmar Sur. From there we will drive you to Sierpe for a thrilling boat trip to the Drake Bay area.

    Overnight at Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge, Deluxe Bungalow, all meals included.

    Day 03: Corcovado National Park

    Familiarize yourself with the intricate workings of the rainforest on a day hike into Corcovado National Park and spend the rest of the day exploring on your own, relaxing or on a scheduled activity.

    Overnight at Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge, Deluxe Bungalow, all meals included.

     Day 04: Caño Island

    The tour starts with a 40-minute boat ride to the ‘Coral Garden’. At certain times of the year, you may also see pilot or humpback whales, and dolphin along the way. The snorkeling site is located within a marine reserve, and is a good place for spotting a wide variety of fish and marine mammals, including – if you are lucky – manta rays, turtles and small white-tipped sharks.

    We usually snorkel for around an hour. Caño Island was once an important ceremonial site and burial ground for the pre-Colombian Indians. It’s possible they abandoned the area when pirates began arriving – the first, according to legend, being Sir Francis Drake back in 1579. The island is now a National Park.
    There are no facilities, and visitor access to the interior is prohibited while important infrastructure work is carried out. However our boat can take you close to the shore, and you are welcome to wade ashore and stroll along the beach.

    Overnight at Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge, Deluxe Bungalow, all meals included.

    Day 05: Casa Corcovado – Manuel Antonio

    Morning boat transfer back to Sierpe, then private road transfer to Manuel Antonio, Quepos.
    Considered to be Costa Rica’s most beautiful park, with enchanting white-sand beaches ideal for swimming, and tropical rainforest forest alive with wildlife. Watch for the monkeys and iguanas who share the park with you. Most hotels are small and intimate, set high on a hill overlooking the rain forest, endless beaches and the national park. Options abound here! Whether you are looking for a romantic honeymoon hideaway or an action-packed visit, this premier destination has the answer.

    Overnight at Tulemar hotel, breakfast included.

    Day 06 & 07: Manuel Antonio

    Days free to relax or take advantage of the many tours available in the area. Open for optional tours.

    Overnight at Tulemar hotel.

    Day 08: Manuel Antonio – San José

    Today after check out, we we will drive for about 3 hours to your hotel near the airport

    Overnight at Hampton In, breakfast included.

    Day 09: Departure

    Departure. Transfer will be provided to the International airport.

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  • La Paz Waterfall Gardens

    150.00$

    Five Waterfalls , Cloud Forest and rain forest, safe hiking trails, aviary with  numerous species of birds, toucan feeding, insectexhibit, butterfly observatory and monkeys

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    Five Waterfalls , Cloud Forest and rain forest, safe hiking trails, aviary with  numerous species of birds, toucan feeding, insectexhibit, butterfly observatory, monkeys (white face and spiders) hummingbird garden with 26 documented species, hummingbird hand feeding in the mornings and afternoons, serpentarium, jaguars, pumas, ocelots, margays, tica house with petting zoo and oxcart,ranarium (frog exhibit) orchid and heliconia exhibit.

    All of these offered at one place, makes this park the best full day tour from San José.

    Time to say Bye and Pura Vida to our new friends!

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  • Nature Lovers

    Our fantastic tropical paradise, with huge swaths of cloud forest, rain forest and beautiful beaches protected in world-famous parks and reserves. With our expert Costa Rican Safari Trip Leader, we enjoy nature walks in Monteverde, whose sheer diversity of terrain supports six different ecological zones, follow hanging bridges suspended high in the forest near Arenal Volcano, hike to the base of the cascading La Fortuna waterfall, and soar through the cloud forest on a zip line. Our grand finale is Tortuguero National Park, where tropical waterways shelter a fascinating range of wildlife, from manatees to three-toed sloths.

    Itinerary

    Days 1-3 
    Monteverde Cloud Forest

    Set at a cool 4,700 feet, Monteverde is a pioneering private nature reserve established in 1972 and now encompassing more than 35,000 acres. Its dense cloud forest is home to about 100 species of mammals, 1,200 species of amphibians, and 400 species of birds, including the resplendent quetzal, sacred bird of the Mayas and Aztecs. In the reserve’s Jardin de las Mariposas, we discover more than 40 shimmering species of butterflies, and we hike nature trails in the private Curi-Cancha Reserve, with its hummingbird garden and view of the continental divide. Keep your camera handy for sightings of white-faced capuchins and howler and spider monkeys. We also have the option of an exhilarating ride on the canopy zip line.

    Days 4-5 
    Arenal Volcano

    A perfect cone rising 5,300 feet from gentle green hills, Arenal is one of the most active volcanoes in the Americas. It first became active in 1968 when it erupted in spectacular fashion and is now protected as a national park. We cross hanging bridges right into the high rainforest canopy below Arenal, hike to the picturesque waterfall called La Catarata de La Fortuna, and watch for the nighttime glow and red lava flows of Arenal from our boutique resort hotel.

     Days 6-9 
    Tortuguero National Park

    Tortuguero protects more than 50,000 acres of lowland forest, mangroves and tropical beaches on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast. In this emerald world, we head out by boat to explore a maze of tranquil black water canals overhung with rainforest. They provide a rich habitat for caimans, manatees, monkeys, three-toed sloths, river otters, and dazzling birdlife including all six species of kingfishers found in the New World. Tortuguero is also one of the best places in the world to see turtles. Green sea turtles nest here (July-October) as well as leatherbacks (March-May), and we’ll visit the Green Turtle Research Station. Our riverside lodge offers us fantastic access to this wildlife haven. Depart on Day 9, or join one of our exciting extensions.

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  • One Day Scuba Diving

    106.25$

    Five Waterfalls , Cloud Forest and rain forest, safe hiking trails, aviary with  numerous species of birds, toucan feeding, insectexhibit, butterfly observatory and monkeys

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    Five Waterfalls , Cloud Forest and rain forest, safe hiking trails, aviary with  numerous species of birds, toucan feeding, insectexhibit, butterfly observatory, monkeys (white face and spiders) hummingbird garden with 26 documented species, hummingbird hand feeding in the mornings and afternoons, serpentarium, jaguars, pumas, ocelots, margays, tica house with petting zoo and oxcart,ranarium (frog exhibit) orchid and heliconia exhibit.

    All of these offered at one place, makes this park the best full day tour from San José.

    Time to say Bye and Pura Vida to our new friends!

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  • PACKING FOR COSTA RICA

    You may not have some of the items listed below. Unless it is something that seems essential to you, Costa Rican Safari is not suggesting that you buy it. It is not our goal to send you to spend a lot of money at your local outdoor gear or clothing store.

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    Traveling is already an investment, and we don’t want to encourage you to buy something you will use once and then forget in the closet.

    There are very cool fabrics and gadgets being developed for adventuring these days, and some of them may be things that you will get a lot of use from, starting with your vacation to Costa Rica.

    That said, we encourage you to think about how much you really need something before purchasing. A good example is the river shoes, they would be great on a rafting trip, but if this is your first and only rafting trip this half decade, then you will do fine with a pair of old sneakers that are already in your closet and will stay securely on your feet. If you don’t want to take them home with you, you can leave them behind and lighten your luggage.

    The first thing to keep in mind when beginning to pack is the length of your trip. This will obviously affect the amount of clothing you choose to bring, and not always in the most obvious fashion. Laundry services will be available to you at most of your hotels; thus while six pairs of underwear for a six day trip might make some sense, twelve pairs of underwear for a twelve day trip begins to look like paranoia. You can probably do six pairs, and have laundry done at the midway point.

    Packing List:

    • Casual clothing for traveling in cities
    • Shirts –long and short sleeved
    • Sweater, light fleece or jacket
    • Trousers – cotton hiking pants or light weight pants (jeans not recommended-too slow to dry)
    • Hiking shorts
    • Socks – bring extra in case feet get wet
    • Underwear
    • Swimsuits, 1-2
    • Light Rain Gear – poncho, raincoat, or small umbrella
    • Hat(s) – with visor for rain and sun protection (the bigger the visor, the more protection)
    • Small, lightweight flashlight with new batteries for hiking at twilight and moving between buildings at more remote Eco lodges.
    • Camera and extra memory cards, batteries and chargers
    • Your personal toiletries
    • Ziploc bags for spill able toiletries
    • Extra prescription glasses (if applicable), our guides tell us that people loose and break their reading glasses all the time.
    • Sun glasses
    • The necessary prescription medication (if applicable) for your trip, add 6 extra days just in case see recommendations here
    • Travel First Aid- See list of suggested items.
    • Plastic bags for wet items that have not had time to dry  (stuff them in a suitcase pocket somewhere)
    • Sunscreen 30+SPF
    • Insect repellent
    • Plastic water bottle – especially for hikes
    • Binoculars (8×42) recommended, 7×32 minimum (getting a closer look at wildlife is really rewarding)
    • Chargers for all electronic devices. Especially your camera and if you plan on using it your phone!
    • Extra camera battery
    • For European travelers: a 220V to 110V outlet adaptor
    • If you are bringing anything with a 3 prong plug (like an Apnea monitor) then bring adaptors to plug 3 prong (which are not common in Costa Rica) cables into 2 prong outlets
    • For heat sensitive travelers, especially those coming between December and May, we recommend a gel bandana, which is great for keeping cool. An example can be found here
    • Field guides. Our naturalists recommend Birds of Costa Rica by Richard Garriques, for both portability and content. The link to it on Amazon is here
    • A map can also be an enjoyable addition to have, we recommend the following waterproof one. Believe it or not this is much cheaper to buy beforehand than in Costa Rica.
    • If you are used to hiking with a walking stick, bring a collapsible one
    • SNORKELING: If you are snorkeling it is NOT necessary for you to bring your own equipment unless you use a prescription mask.
    • Should I bring my big, very expensive camera?
      • Yes: if you have an interest in wildlife photography, even an amateur´s one. You are going to have some unique opportunities for photographing birds and animals, on the go and from a distance. Our guides will find you the wildlife, and we often receive beautiful photographs taken by our guests. If you have been looking for a chance to see what your new camera can do then this will be a great opportunity. Our guides say they often hear a guest lamenting that he or she chose not to bring his best camera, in order to keep it safe.
      • No: if your goal is more to take pictures of your travelling companions having fun, or if you are someone who just likes to snap quick shots of the world around them without worrying about “the lighting”. You will probably be better off with a simple point and click digital that you can keep somewhere easily accessible, as opposed to having to stop and pull a monster camera out of your backpack every time you want to take a picture.
    • Bring long tube socks with good strong elastic at the top for wearing with rubber boots
    • It’s a good idea to bring dry wick clothes

    What not to bring:

    Excessive amounts of jewelry: You will probably not wear it, but only worry about it as you move it from one hotel safe to another.

    What if I get Sick

    What medication should I bring?

    First of all we want to say that it’s unlikely that you will need it, but if you happen to get sick while you are in Costa Rica, we have top of the line medical care, hospitals and drug stores throughout the country.

    Costa Rican Safari has English speaking doctors on call 24 hours a day that are available for a telephone consultation if needed.

    We have staff that is also are available for emergencies 24/7. When you arrive, we will be giving you a card with the emergency numbers below on it. This is just a precaution, don’t worry about it; just put in somewhere that you won’t forget, like in your wallet with your driver’s license and then if you need it you’ll know where it is.

    Be sure to be up to date also on your tetanus inoculation, but in case you won’t be able to do so; it is something you can easily get here if it becomes necessary.

    Here are a few tips:

    • Pre-existing conditions: It’s helpful for us to know if you have any pre-existing condition before you get here. That way when you let us know that you’re not well, we can brief the doctor before you speak with him.
    • Let us know as soon as you start to feel bad. You will be in some remote areas, the sooner we know that you aren’t feeling well, the better positioned we will be to help you.
    • Be careful with the sun: More people have changed their vacation plans because of sunburn than any other accident. The sun’s ultra violet rays are much more direct and stronger in Costa Rica because it is only 10 degrees north of the equator. Many locations are at high altitudes which means you’ll be exposed even more. You may not feel you’re getting badly sunburned until it’s too late. It can also happen in overcast conditions. Please use a minimum protection 15 sunscreen and/or wear a hat with a wide brim. Some people prefer long sleeves and long pants. They both work. If you’re a person that doesn’t get sunburned in the temperate zone please make sure to protect yourself in Costa Rica, you WILL get a sunburn here. Sunglasses are also recommended.
    • Be careful with dehydration: After sun burn, dehydration is probably the next most frequent reason for interrupted vacations. While you are in Costa Rica you will require much more water than what you are used to. If you do not have to go to the water closet often, you are not drinking enough water. We recommend that you drink at least 8 – 8 oz. glasses of non-carbonated liquid every day. Especially when you’re hiking, keep you bottle on hand and sip continuously. Reduce the amount of things in your day pack and make room for more water! This is especially important if for children, keep an eye on them, and make sure they are drinking non-carbonated drinks and they are asking to stop for the restroom often.
    • Stick to your medication schedule: To stay healthy while you are on vacation, it’s important that you stick to the medication schedule that you are currently on.
    • When packing, be sure to bring enough of the medication you take on a daily basis for every day of your vacation, plus an additional amount sufficient for up to 6 more days.
    • Severe Allergies: If you have severe allergies to anything, such as nuts, bee stings or shellfish for example, it’s very important that you carry your own Epinephrine auto-injector (EpiPen). Please be aware that EpiPens are not available in Costa Rica. If you forget it, don’t panic, we can put you in touch with a doctor that will recommend alternatives; it’s just that the alternatives are not as convenient as the EpiPen. Remember that your EpiPen won’t do much good from the bottom of your suitcase while you are out exploring. Be sure to put it in your pocket before excursions, and also to let your guide know where you’re carrying it.
    • Dietary Restrictions:Be sure to let us know if you have any dietary restrictions that we should be aware of.  Hotels and lodges in Costa Rica are quite good at providing special dishes, but a little advanced notices is much appreciated.
    • Apnea Monitors: If you use an Apnea Monitor, there are two important steps. Let us know ahead of time so we can be sure to purchase the distilled water that you will need for the machine. It’s easy to find in San Jose but can be a challenge to find in remote areas. Second, we have found that most of these machines have 3 pronged plugs. You will find that most hotel rooms have 2 pronged plugs so please bring an adaptor. They’re easy to find here, but it does mean a detour to the hardware store.
    • Diabetics: If you are a diabetic, you will want to bring a good supply of the necessary items, depending on the system you use for managing your blood sugar. If you take pills bring plenty, keep them in a zip lock and put them in your carry on. If you use an insulin pen, be sure to bring enough to cover the units you will need while here plus an additional few days just in case. Bring extra insulin pen needles or syringes as well as plenty of test strips for your glucometer (which should have a new battery).
    • We are happy to stop at the local store so you can buy your favorite sweet to deal with hypoglycemia, but be aware that glucose tablets are not available here.
    • If you use a pump be sure to bring plenty of pump patches and the catheters you will need for the trip.
    • If you are a diabetic who likes to keep your insulin on ice at all times, please be sure to let us know ahead of time. In your hotels and vans it will not be a problem, but there may be some long transfers where special arrangements will have to be made.

    General First Aid

    On a more general level, something for:

    • Headaches
    • Mild allergies
    • Antacid
    • Motion sickness
    • Upset stomach
    • Sore throat
    • Anti-bacterial ointment
    • Sun burn
    • Itchy bug bit, be sure to bring repellant containing either DEET (30%-50%) or picaridin (up to 15%).
    • It’s always useful to have hand sanitizer handy

    Repellant: To DEET or not to DEET?

    DEET is certainly toxic, and there have been studies linking it to complications with pregnancies. If you are pregnant you should use another option. It is also far and away the most effective option against bugs. In Tortuguero, we provide guests with repellant that is 30% DEET. Our staff also use it, without hesitation. One recommendation is to purchase repellant wipes; this allows you to apply it without spraying it in the air and minimizes the chances of inhalation.

    Another thing about DEET is that it can be corrosive, and if it is on your hands and you are handling binoculars or your camera, or if you spray it on and catch your watch, the chemicals may start to eat away at the plastic on those items.

    A final note, please don’t touch the wildlife with DEET on your hands! If DEET harms plastic, it is certainly not good for frogs or anything else you might touch. Please wipe your hands thoroughly before touching any plant or animals if you have recently applied repellant.

    We know… if DEET is bad for frogs and plastic, what’s it doing to me… as we said above, it is far and away the most effective option against bugs.

    People often ask whether they should apply sunscreen or insect repellant first, in our opinion a base layer of sunscreen will offer you some small amount of protection from the chemicals of DEET, and thus is the better alternative.

    If you are really opposed to putting chemicals on your skin, an interesting alternative one of our guides mentioned is Buzz Off Clothing, this is clothing designed to be bug resistant, and also lightweight. You can look for it online.

    If you do go this route, remember to go for the options that will keep you the coolest. And forget about fashion.

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  • Scuba Diving & Arenal Volcano

    Divers come to Costa Rica for the incredible variety of tropical marine life and the thrill of swimming with schools of big fish. Costa Rica is becoming very popular for the people who enjoy the sport of scuba diving. The visibility in these warm waters ranges from 20 to 80 feet! (6 to 24 meters).

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    COSTA RICA – 7 NIGHT BEACH, DIVE AND VOLCANO ADVENTURE

    PACKAGE includes 4 nights accommodations at Villa Sol including all meals and beverages including alcohol.

    –  2 nights accommodations at Arenal Manoa including 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner.

    1 night accommodation at Best Western Irazu including breakfast.

    3 days 2-tank guided boat dives.

    Hot Springs evening, Canyon Rappelling, Whitewater rafting.

    Package includes all ground transportation from San Jose roundtrip, hotel tax and service charges. Options to add on zip line tour, wildlife cruise or pottery tour.

    FROM $1,569 PER PERSON DOUBLE DIVER

     

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  • TRANSPORT

    Costa Rican Safari providing reliable, safe, and comfortable transport options in Costa Rica for all budgets. Be sure to try our Costa Rican Safari Connection Tour and Transfers! Our drivers are friendly and punctual, and our vans are brand new so you can fully relax and enjoy your transportation in Costa Rica. We can help you book Adventure Connections, shuttles, private vans, domestic flights, rental cars, ferries, van-boat-van options and more.

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  • VOLCANOES & BEACH COMBINATION

    This itinerary is the delightful union of the volcanoes and the consistently sunny north-western beaches of the Guanacaste Province. Seamlessly blending eco-adventure, wildlife viewing, and cultural experiences with the chance to relax and unwind.

    Itinerary

    Day 1: Arrival and stay overnight in San José. Optional City Walk for early arrivals.

    Day 2: Scenic drive via large coffee plantations to celebrated Poás Volcano, the largest active crater in the world, and to impressive La Paz Waterfall Gardens, where beyond magnificent cascades, tour includes rescued wildlife exhibits in a rainforest setting with monkeys, butterflies, hummingbirds, toucans, frogs, wild cats,  and many birds and animals.

    Day 3: From San Jose to Arenal Volcano passing through Grecia, a picturesque hamlet considered one of the cleanest in Latin America and home of a gorgeous metal church; Sarchí, known as the Cradle of Costa Rican Artisans because the abundance of workshops that work in fine woods, and the outstanding Zarcero Topiary.

    Day 4: Day trip in Arenal Volcano.  We offer the service of one full day of transportation from your accommodation to selected variety of attractions, such as La Fortuna Waterfall nested into a canyon covered by rainforest, hike old lava trails in the slopes of Arenal Volcano, take a horseback ride through impressive landscapes, enjoy a rainforest chocolate tour, immerse yourself into Costa Rican farm culture in an organic cultivate land, visit a wildlife refuge or take a rainforest canopy bird view through amazing walk ways hanging from the trees. Our staff will be available from 8 am until 5 pm to drive you around but the entrance fees are not included in this offer.

    Day 5: From Arenal Volcano to Monteverde Cloud Forest via Van-Boat-Van across Arenal Lake, witnessing the dramatic changes from low-land rain forest to high-land misty forest locations, and saving 5 hours of driving around the lake. A night stroll in this mystical forest could be organized upon arrival (optional $25 per person).

    Day 6: Day trip to visit Monteverde Cloud Forest Adventure Park. Our private transportation will take you there, that place offers a nice  combo: the highest Suspension Bridges over the forest canopy, an amazing Aerial Tram to reach the highest point of this mist forest to start descending in the safest and most thrilling Zip Lining in the country.

    Day 7: From Monteverde to  Manuel Antonio at Central Pacific coast, set high above the celebrated National Park, boasting world-class views and beaches. We will stop on the way in the famous Crocodile Bridge.

    Day 8: Day trip in the National Park spotting plenty wildlife: monkeys, sloths, iguanas, toucans, and more; plus free beach time afterwards. Just imagine sparkling white sandy beaches, shimmering blue water and the fresh ocean breeze. There are plenty options for relaxation and adventure on the public Manuel Antonio beach.

    Day 9: Leisure day at the beach, you can also take half a day trips in the area such: Kayak tour along magical coastline, Spice Tours into the forest, White Water Rafting, Jungle Horseback riding, or sail away in the ocean on a Catamaran for snorkel and dolphin watching in the morning or enjoy the sunset in the afternoon.

    Day 10: back to San Jose Airport.

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    Waterfall Rappel

    143.75$

    Rappelling tours are a thrilling way to experience the Costa Rican outdoors, including waterfalls, canyons and rock faces.

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    Rappelling tours are a fun, safe and exciting way to experience some of Costa Rica’s most magnificent landscapes. The sport, also known as canyoning, involves a controlled descent down a rock face using a secured rope. Oftentimes this descent is within boundaries of a waterfall, making it a memorable – and yes, moist – activity that even the most advanced thrill-seekers will enjoy. Rappelling tours are often held in conjunction with other adventure activities such as zip lining, white-water rafting, horseback riding, and more. Professionally trained Canyoneers manage the tours, so no experience is necessary.
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  • WW RAFTING & WILD LIFE

     White Water Rafting and Wildlife Package. This off the beaten path jungle and river vacation package is an opportunity for you to see the real Costa Rica at budget prices. World class river rafting, exotic rain forest animals, turtle nesting July, August and September & unimaginable beauty

    Itinerary

    Day 1: Departure from any hotel in San Jose city area. After crossing the scenic Braulio Carrillo National Park, you will arrive at the dock, where we will hop on the boats that will take you to Mawamba lodge in Tortuguero. All the meals included. In the later evening, guided tour into the town of Tortuguero, a cozy small Caribbean village located on the ocean. Overnight at Mawamba Lodge.

    Day 2: After breakfasts, guided tour into the national park and its canals by boat, accompanied by the local naturalist bilingual guide. Return and time at leisure at the lodge. Optional ( $ )tours include jungle canal kayaking, canopy and other options like turtle watching when it is season.

    Day3: After breakfasts, departure by boat to the docks. Lunch is included at Rio Danta Restaurant or other local restaurants in Guápiles. Transfer to the infamous San Martin put in section, where we will commence the journey down the powerful Pacuare River. The action packed class III and IV rapids are super exciting, whitewater amidst tropical jungles, cliffs and gorges. Arrival at the Rio Tropicales Lodge and overnight. All the meals are included.

    Day 4: Breakfasts and second day of white water adventure. Some of the famous rapids you will encounter during this section include Double Drop, Upper Huacas, Lower Huacas, Cimarron, and Dos Montañas. Arrival at the take out point in Siquirres. Lunch and later departure by van to San Jose. You can also choose a transfer to La Fortuna or the South Caribbean.

    IMPORTANT NOTES

    • The order of the type of transportation may vary, and the return by boat and land is also recommended, if you wish to connect another destination after.
    • The schedule of the itinerary may change due to weather conditions.
    • Baggage is limited to 25 pounds per person for all packages. Luggage heavier than that will pay a fine to the local airline.
    • Alcoholic drinks, soda or bottled water and turtle spawning tour are NOT included in the package price..

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