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San Jose & Central Valley

Sarapiqui Safari Float

A peaceful paddle on a beautiful river through the rainforest encountering monkeys, sloths, iguanas, crocodiles & many tropical birds.
Duration: Approx. 4.5 hours (plus transportation)
Includes: Transportation, certified bilingual guide, equipment, lprofessional gear, tropical fruit, lunch
Recommended: Shorts, t-shirt, water shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, camera, binoculars
Level: Easy. Minimum age 4 years.

La Paz Waterfall Gardens

Enjoy scenic vistas of coffee plantations, fern and flower farms on the way to La Paz where you will walk along trails leading to 5 spectacular waterfalls. Enjoy a scrumptious lunch and visit the hummingbird gallery, serpentarium, bird house, butterfly garden and frog exhibit.
Duration: Approximately 8 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, lunch
Recommended: Hat, comfortable clothing and walking shoes, sunscreen,
repellent, camera
Level: Easy
 

Doka Coffee, Poas Volcano & La Paz Combo

Begin with a tour of a working coffee plantation and enjoy a special tasting. Continue on to see the Poas Volcano and cloud forest, and then finish at La Paz Waterfall Gardens with a visit to the butterfly farm, hummingbird and orchid gardens, and the five waterfalls.
Duration: Approx. 8 hours, 7:00am – 3:00pm
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, entrance fees, breakfast and lunch
Recommended: Hat, comfortable walking shoes and clothing, windbreaker, sunscreen, repellent, camera
Level: Easy.

Cloud Forests

Sky Trek Monteverde

Sky Trek is a thrilling zip line circuit that begins with an open-air  gondola ride from the ground to the heights where you’ll be dropped at an observation area for fantastic views. From here you’ll begin the exhilarating adventure of zip lining down the mountainside, across canyons and in between treetops. This is the most thrilling zip line in the country!
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation from your Monteverde hotel, all equipment and expert guides
Recommended: Hiking shoes, comfortable clothes, windbreaker or raincoat, sunscreen, insect repellent
Level: Moderate to difficult

Monteverde Cloud Forest

Founded in 1972, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve is among the most famous reserves in the world holding 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity. The geographical, topographical and climatic conditions have determined the surprising biodiversity found in the Monteverde Reserve. In this magical forest you find four ecological “Live Zones” with different ecosystems for hundreds of species of mammals, birds, butterflies, amphibians, reptiles, insects and arachnids, as well as a large variety of plants like mosses, vines and trees.
Duration: Approx. 4 hours
Includes: Transportation from your Monteverde hotel, bilingual guide, entrance fee
Recommended: Comfortable walking shoes and clothing, rain jacket, camera, binolulars, insect repellent
Level: Moderate

Coffee Tour

Unveil the mystery of coffee! Learn how a small seed becomes one of the most loved beverages in the world in a place that highlights the best of Costa Rican traditions and culture.
Duration: Approx. 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, entrance, coffee tastint
Recommended: Comfortable clothing and walking shoes, light jacket, insect repellent
Level: Easy

Arenal Volcano

Arenal Volcano Hike

This amazing light hike will take you to the very base of the volcano (still at a safe distance), to witness the magnificence of the almost perfectly conical 5479 ft tall Arenal Volcano.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, naturalist guide, water, entrance fees
Recommended: Long pants, windbreaker, hiking shoes, camera, binoculars, sunblock, repellent
Level: Easy

Caño Negro

A floating safari through tropical rainforest, pastures and marsh in the country’s most biologically diverse refuge surrounded by monkeys, sloth, caimans, turtles and multitudes of resident and migratory birds and water fowl.
Duration: Approximately 9 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, boat tour, typical lunch
Recommended: Light clothing, comfortable shoes, camera, binoculars, sunblock, and repellent
Level: Easy

Hanging Bridges Mistico Park

A series of 15 bridges of aluminum, galvanized steel and concrete, each from 5 to 100 meters long, trail through the rainforest with imposing treetop vistas of the volcano.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, entrance fee
Recommended: Light clothing, hiking shoes, camera, binoculars, sunblock, repellent, rain gear
Level: Moderate

Penas Blancas Safari Float

A peaceful paddle through the rainforest encountering monkeys, sloths, iguanas, crocodiles and numerous tropical birds.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, naturalist guide
Recommendations: Shorts, t-shirt, water sandals, sunblock, repellent, camera, binoculars, towel and rain gear
Level: Easy

Rio Sarapiqui Rafting III-IV

Non-stop adrenaline pumping whitewater! Experience over 30 continuous rapids with names like “The Terminator” and “Dos Locos” while surrounded by deep, lush jungle.
Duration: Approximately 8 hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, fruits, lunch
Recommended: Shorts or swimsuit, water shoes, towel, sunblock and change of clothing
Level: Challenging (Minimum age 12 years)

Venado Caves

Hike through an underground river and waterfalls deep into the heart of ancient caves adorned with stalactites, stalagmites, corals, marine fossils and whimsical stone formations.The hike into and out of the caves is 1.5 hours each way.
Duration: Approximately 5 hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, flashlights, helmets, cords, rubber boots, entrance fee
Recommended: Long pants, t-shirt, hiking shoes, towel and change of clothing
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 8 years)

Arenal Volcano Hike & Hot Springs

A short hike on a trail close to the volcano followed by a healthy and relaxing soak in natural hot spring pools. Choose from Eco-Termales, Perdido Springs and Tabacon Hot Springs.
Duration: Approximately 6 hours
Includes: Transportation, naturalist guide, entrance fees, dinner
Recommended: Long pants, windbreaker, hiking shoes, swim suit, camera, binoculars, sunblock, repellent, rain gear
Level: Easy

Canopy Ecoglide & Tarzan Swing

A combination of adventure, nature & adrenaline in the primary forest treetops at the foot of Arenal Volcano. Zipline through the canopy then take a flying leap into space on the exhiliarating Tarzan swing. Minimum 2 persons.
Duration: Approximately 3.5 hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, entrance fee , equipment
Recommended: Long pants, hiking shoes, camera, binoculars, sunblock, repellent, rain gear
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 6 years)

Horseback Ride to La Fortuna Waterfall

Journey by horseback through the bucolic countryside, then hike about 1/3 mile to the La Fortuna Waterfall where you can swim in the fresh natural pool. Minimum 2 persons.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, horse, guide, entrance fee
Recommended: Long pants, t-shirt, hiking shoes, Swim suit, towel, camera, binoculars, sunblock, repellent
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 6 years)

Pure Trek Canyoning & Waterfall Rappel

Hike on beautiful trails deep in a Rainforest Slot Canyon and rappel 4 waterfalls and 1 canyon wall. The ultimate!
Duration: Approximately 5½ hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, equipment and lunch
Recommended: Fast drying clothes (surf shorts or outdoor synthetics), adventure sandals, tennis shoes or light hiking shoes, sunblock, camera, towel and change of clothing
Level: Moderate. Minimum age 5 years.

Sky Tram/Sky Trek Combo Tour

Ride the Sky Tram open air gondola up a rainforest covered mountain in the Arenal Reserve to a spacious observation deck to enjoy spectacular views of the volcano, lake and Tilarán mountain range. From here the exhilarating zip lining adventure down the mountainside begins. Seven zip lines stretch across canyons and in between treetops, ultimating returning you to the starting point.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, equipment, entrance fee
Recommended: Comfortable clothes, hiking shoes, sunscreen,
repellent, rain jacket
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 8 years)

Tour features and prices are subject to change without notice. Most tours have a minimum of 2 to 6 participants. Additional transfer cost may apply from some hotels.

ATV Tour

An adrenaline-filled hour crossing pastures and rivers on specially designed 4-wheeler paths to a private crocodile farm, followed by a refreshing dip in the river. Return by another fun route. Minimum 2 persons.
Duration: Approximately 3 hours
Includes: Transportation, naturalist guide, professional equipment, entrance fees, refreshment
Recommended: Light clothing, long pants, hiking shoes, swim suit, towel, camera, sunblock, and repellent
Level: Moderate

Club Rio Outdoor Center Multi-Adventure

A combination of unique adventures along the beautiful Arenal River: Enjoy hot springs, hiking trails, river pools, plus choice of 2 activities including inflatable kayaking, river tubing, horseback riding, climbing wall or guided nature walk. Jungle Cat and Wildlife Sanctuary tour also available – add $30 per person.
Duration: Approximately 4 to 6 hours
Includes: Authentic Costa Rican lunch, entrance fee
Recommended: Swim suit, change of dry clothes, long pants for horseback riding, rain gear, river shoes with a heel strap, hiking shoes, sunblock, repellent
Level: Easy to Moderate depending on chosen activities

Kayak on Lake Arenal

A pleasant paddle learning or using basic kayak techniques on the beautiful lake with spectacular views of the volcano.
Duration: Approximately 4½ hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, equipment, life jacket
Recommended: Swim suit, water shoes, sunblock, and
waterproof camera
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 8 years)

Rio Balsa Rafting II-III

Up to 2 exhiliarating hours of white water action on this beautiful tropical river, ending with a refreshing swim. Great option for families and beginners!
Duration: Approximately 5 hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, fruit, snacks, beverages & towels
Recommended: Shorts or swimsuit, water shoes, towel, sunblock and change of clothing
Level: Moderate. Minimum age 8 years.

Sky Tram/Sky Walk/Sky Trek Combo

Extend your Sky Trek experience with Sky Walk hanging suspension bridges for another perpective on the rainforest with stunning views and two waterfalls.
Duration: Approximately 7 hours (including Sky Trek)
Includes: Transportation, guide, equipment, entrance fee
Recommended: Comfortable clothes, hiking shoes, sunscreen, repellent, rain jacket
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 8 years)

Caribbean Zone & Tortuguero

Pacuare River Rafting

This river has been officially declared a Wild and Scenic River, and offers some of the finest white water in Latin America, winding deep inside of one of Costa Rica’s most impressive primordial rainforests. You will traverse 18 miles of remote and scenic waters that course through a wilderness of dense vegetation covering the sides of steep gorges that rise above the riverbanks. The thick undergrowth provides shelter for jaguars, ocelots, monkeys, sloths, and numerous other species of animals and birds.
Duration: Full day, approx. 8 hours
Includes: Transportation, certified professional guide, all equipment, breakfast, picnic lunch
Recommended: Water shoes, change of dry clothes, sunscreen, insect repellent
Level: Class III-IV, moderate-difficult. Minimum age 12 years.

Tortuguero National Park

Cruise the jungle canals of Tortuguero looking for local flora and fauna, including monkeys, crocodiles, caimans and simply as many animals, plants and trees that you can see. After exploring the tropical network of waterways, you will also visit the town.
Duration: Approx. 4 hours
Includes: Boat, bilingual guide.
Recommend: Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, Insect repellent, comfortable clothing and sneakers, camera, binolilars.
Level: Easy.

Turtle Nesting Tour

The Atlantic Green Turtles have been coming to the Caribbean beaches of Tortuguero for centuries to lay thier eggs. When the baby turtles grow to adulthood they return to the same beach where they were hatched. For hours they lay their eggs, then cover them carefully and make their way back to the sea. The very peak of this spectacle takes places during the months of July to September.
Duration: Approx. 4 hours
Includes: Bilingual guide
Recommend: binoculars, comfortable clothing
Level: Easy

Central Pacific & Manuel Antonio

ATV Adventure

Explore primary and secondary rainforest alongside the scenic Rio Cañas on fully automatic ATVs. Stop by waterfalls and cool off in the natural pools. Each driver is equipped with a motor helmet, visor and a 330cc Polaris Trailblazer (for single riders) or a 350cc Yamaha Grizzly (for double riders).
Duration: Approximately 4½ hours (including 2 hours drive time)
Includes: Transportation, all equipment, guides, fresh fruit, water, “typico” lunch
Recommendations: Long pants, closed toe shoes, swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, repellent, camera, rain poncho
Level: Moderate (minimum age 18 to drive)

Ocean Kayak Paddle & Snorkel

An open ocean paddling adventure along the striking Manuel Antonio Coastline. Snorkel an active coral reef nestled close to the shore of Biesanz Bay and observe exotic boobie & frigate birds nesting nearby. For experienced kayakers.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guides, single or double open-seat kayaks, snorkeling gear, fruits and juice
Recommended: Water shoes, swimsuit, t-shirt, towel, change of clothes, hat, camera, sunscreen, repellent
Level: Moderate

Kayaking Isla Damas Estuary

Spend a few indulgent hours paddling with the currents as your highly trained, bilingual naturalist guides reveal the protected inland waterways of the Damas Estuary and mangrove habitat.
Duration: Approximately 5 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guides, single or double open-seat kayaks, all equipment, juice, fruit, and “tipico” meal
Recommended: Water shoes, swimsuit, t-shirt, towel, change of clothes, hat, sunscreen, repellent
Level: Moderate

Private Surf or Stand-up Paddle Lessons

Your lesson begins on the beach with a stretching warm-up, detailed safety instruction and basic demonstration. Then enter the sea with your instructor and start catching waves! Enjoy fresh fruits and drinks during short breaks where your instructor provides feedback to apply when you return to the water to test your newly acquired skills. 1 Student per Instructor.
Duration: Approximately 3 hours, 8am, 11am & 2pm Location: Manuel Antonio or Isla Damas Beach
Includes: Transportation, bilingual instructor, all equipment, fruits & juice
Recommendations: Swim suit, sun protective clothing, strong waterproof sunscreen, t-shirt, shorts
Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced – for all ages

Santa Juana Mountain Adventure

A guided nature, conservation and cultural expedition along the lush, jungle-shrouded slopes of the Fila Chonta Mountains. Enjoy a guided rainforest hike, swim beneath waterfalls and enjoy a campesino lunch at the Santa Juana Pueblo.
Duration: Approximately 7½ hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual licensed nature guide, fruit juices, & campesino style lunch including homemade Empañadas and Santa Juana sun dried organic coffee.
Recommended: Sunscreen, repellent, hiking shoes, swimsuit, water shoes, towel, binoculars, extra t-shirt, rain poncho
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 6 years)

Manuel Antonio Park Tour

Explore the famous Manuel Antonio National Park with an experienced nature guide, hiking along lush trails winding through the park, identifying all the varied plants and wildlife.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours. (Closed Mondays)
Includes: Transportation, naturalist guide, entrance fees, fruits & juice
Recommended: Hiking shoes, swimsuit, camera, binoculars, sunscreen, repellent, rain poncho
Level: Easy

Isla Damas Estuary & Mangrove Boat Tour

Glide through the mangrove channels along the gentle currents of the coastal tides in high-tech, ultra-quiet estuary boats. See families of white face monkeys, sloths, egrets, crocodiles and many more species of wildlife. Good for all ages.
Duration: Approximately 5 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guides, fruits, juice, “tipico” meal
Recommended: Comfortable clothes, hat, sunscreen, camera and repellent
Level: Easy

Rafting Rio Savegre Class II/III

A 13-mile paddle down the pristine Savegre in sturdy rafts with stops at local swimming spots and breathtaking waterfalls. An adventurous, family-friendly trip for adults and children over 8 years who are relatively fit to paddle and walk on river rocks.
Duration: Approximately 7 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guides, safety kayakers, all equipment, breakfast, and lunch, fruits & juice
Recommended: Sturdy water shoes, swimsuit, t-shirt, towel, change of clothes, hat, sunscreen, and repellent
Level: Moderate

Rainmaker Canopy Bridges

Hike along dappled rainforest paths and across 6 incredible suspension bridges in the mountains near Manuel Antonio with your naturalist guide. Stop along the trail to photograph beautiful waterfalls and learn about the unique plant species and myriad forest inhabitants. Enjoy a refreshing dip in a crystal clear waterfall pool at the end of the walk.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours (with a 2 hour hike)
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guides, bottle of water
Recommended: Sunscreen, repellent, hiking shoes, swimsuit, towel, binoculars, camera, extra t-shirt, rain poncho
Level: Moderate

Sportfishing Charters

Serious anglers consider Quepos, Costa Rica to be one of the world’s top fishing destinations, with world records to back it up. During the months of December through April it is common to release multiple sailfish and blue-striped marlin daily. Dorado, wahoo and yellowfin tuna are always plentiful.
Duration: Half day (coastal), approximately 4 hours, full day (deep sea), approximately 7½ hours
Includes: Transportation, all equipment, bait, captain & mate, drinks, fruit & snack lunch
Recommended: Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, boat shoes, camera
Level: Moderate

Canopy Zipline & Rappel Tour

Traverse from tree to tree, platform to platform on double suspension cables through primary tropical jungle. The course consists of 14 platforms, 9 zip-lines and 2 controlled rappels. A “Superman” line and “Spider Free Fall” are also available as tour add-ons.
Duration: Approximately 4½ hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, equipment, breakfast or lunch
Recommended: Comfortable clothing, hiking shoes, sunscreen, repellent, change of clothes in rainy season
Level: Moderate (Ages 5 & up)

Catamaran Sail & Snorkel

Cruise into the open sea on a modern catamaran sailing vessel in search of dolphins, whales, sea turtles, manta rays and numerous sea birds of the Manuel Antonio Marine Preserve. Snorkel in protected Biesanz Bay and enjoy a feast of fresh fruits, grilled fish brochettes, pasta salad and drinks
Duration: Approximately 4½ hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual captain, biological guide, snorkeling equipment, a delicious meal, life jackets
Recommended: Swimsuit, towel, water shoes, sunscreen, hat, camera, change of clothes
Level: Easy

Rafting Rio Naranjo Class III/IV

A high-octane, half-day adventure beginning where the Naranjo River drops steeply from the mountains & charges through unspoiled jungle gorges, ending finally at sea level. For experienced rafters. Available April – December only.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guides, all equipment, safety kayakers, snacks & drinks.
Recommended: Sturdy water shoes, swimsuit, t-shirt, towel, change of clothes, hat, sunscreen, and repellent
Level: Moderate to Difficult (minimum age 12 years)

Tocori Waterfalls by Horseback

Begin with an hour long ride through the tropical rainforest on the private ecological reserve of the Don Gilberto family. Enjoy a guided nature walk through the jungle, then a refreshing dip in pristine pools of the 2 stunning Torcori waterfalls. Return to the Rancho by horseback for a delicious homemade meal hosted by Doña Eli Gilberto.
Duration: Approximately 5½ hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual naturalist guides, lunch, all equipment, fruits and juice
Recommendations: Comfortable clothing, long pants, hiking shoes, hat, swimsuit, towel, change of clothes, sunscreen, repellent, camera, binoculars, rain poncho
Level: Moderate (ability to ride at an easy pace for 2 hours)

Tour features and prices are subject to change without notice. Most tours have a minimum of 2 to 6 participants. Additional transfer cost may apply from some hotels outside Manuel Antonio.

South Pacific

Whale Watching

Snorkeling at Cano Island

Corcovado National Park Tour

Guanacaste

ATV Tour

Embark through the forests on quadrunner ATV’s to some of the areas most beautiful beaches, including Brasilito, Conchal, Puerto Viejo and Flamingo. Climb to the hilltop to enjoy spectacular ocean views and visit local villages.
Duration: 2 to 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, ATV, bilingual guide, and safety equipment
Recommended: Hiking shoes, comfortable clothing, swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, insect repellent, rain jacket
Level: Moderate

Catamaran Sail & Snorkel

Sail the Pacific coastline on a luxury 66 foot catamaran, and snorkel, kayak, fish, frolic on secluded beaches or just relax on the comfortable craft with an open bar and ample snacks.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours (8:30am or 1:30pm) Includes: Snacks, beverages, bilingual staff, activities
Recommended: Swimsuit, cover-up, towel, boat shoes, hat, camera, binoculars and sunscreen
Level: Easy

Colorado River Rafting (II-III)

A lively ride through an impressive natural canyon on easy Class II and III rapids, followed by a dip in one of the river’s scenic swimming holes. No experience necessary.
Duration: Full day, approximately 8 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, equipment, entrance fees and lunch
Recommended: Shorts, t-shirt, swimsuit, water shoes, sunscreen, repellent, camera, binoculars, towel, rain poncho and change of clothing
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 10 years)

Tamarindo Mangrove & Estuary Boat Tour

Cruise through the narrow canals of the Tamarindo Wildlife Refuge which protects the large estuary, mangrove forest and tropical dry forest. Learn about the unique ecosystem and observe rare and abundant wildlife.
Duration: Approximately 3 hours (times depend on tides)
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, fruit and juice
Recommended: Light clothing, beach shoes, hat, camera, binoculars, sunscreen, repellent, rain poncho
Level: Easy

Buena Vista Canopy & Natural Spa

Zip through the forest near Rincon de la Vieja volcano on 10 ziplines spanning 12 platforms. Cool off in the 1200 ft. waterslide; then horseback ride to the thermal springs to enjoy rejuvenating treatments of hot volcanic mud and mineral water.
Duration: Full day, approximately 10½ hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, entrance fees, lunch Recommended: Hiking shoes, long pants, T-shirt, swimsuit, towel, change of clothing, hat, camera, sunscreen, insect repellent, rain poncho
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 5 years)

Congo Trail Canopy Tour

Fly high over the tropical dry forest canopy on zip lines in the little town of Artola.
Duration: Half day, approximately 5 hours
Includes: Transportation, guide, and equipment Recommended: Comfortable clothing, hiking shoes, insect
repellent and sunscreen
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 5 years)

Corobici River Float (I-II)

A fun paddle through the tropical dry forest encountering monkeys, lizards and exotic birds.
Duration: Full day, approximately 8 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, equipment, entrance fees and lunch
Recommended: Shorts, t-shirt, swimsuit, water shoes, sunscreen, repellent, camera, binoculars, towel, rain poncho and change of clothing
Level: Easy (Minimum age 6 years)

Palo Verde National Park/Rio Tempisque

A floating safari on the Tempisque River through at least 12 different wildlife habitats including mangroves, marsh, saltwater and freshwater lagoons. See howler monkeys, iguanas, crocodiles, anteaters and multitudes of birds. Great for all ages.
Duration: Approximately 8 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, boat tour, lunch
Recommended: Light clothing, comfortable shoes, hat, camera, binoculars, sunscreen, and repellent.
Level: Easy

Tour features and prices are subject to change without notice. Minimum 2 to 6 participants, depending on tour. Additional transfer cost may apply from some hotels (including Andaz, Four Seasons, JW Marriott, RIU and Secrets Papagyo).

Guaitil Pottery and Shopping Tour

Visit the small village of Guaitil where the villagers make clay pottery of all sizes and shapes by hand, decorate them with the earth’s natural colors and fire them in giant, wood-burning ovens, just as their ancestors, the Chorotega Indians, did.
Duration: Half Day, approximately 4 hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, fruit and drinks Recommended: Light, comfortable clothing and walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, camera and cash for purchases.
Level: Easy

Guachipelin Adventure

A full day of adrenaline in the steep canyon of the turbulent Rio Blanco where you will zipline, rappel, rock climb, ride Tarzan swings and cross hanging bridges… all before lunch! Afterward, there is river tubing and horseback riding to the volcanic mud pools of Rincon de la Vieja for a dip in the thermal springs.
Duration: Full day, approximately 10½ hours (7:30am to 6pm)
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, entrance fees, lunch
Recommended: Hiking shoes, long pants, T-shirt, swimsuit, towel, clothing change, hat, sunscreen, repellent, rain poncho
Level: Difficult (Minimum age 10 years)

Rincon de la Vieja National Park

Hike through ancient forest and across barren, rocky, volcanic mountains to encounter geothermic wonders such as fumaroles, hot mud pools and eerie steam holes, and visit a 195 ft. waterfall. (The park is closed on Mondays.)
Duration: Approximately 8 hours (with a 2-hour hike)
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide and lunch
Recommended: Light clothing, hiking shoes, hat, camera, binoculars, sunscreen, repellent, rain poncho
Level: Moderate (Minimum age 8 years)

Tenorio River Rafting (III-IV)

Test your courage as you plunge through twists, turns and 10 miles of intense, challenging Class III & IV rapids on this river of stunning beauty. For experienced rafters in good physical condition, this trip is pure magic!
Duration: Full day, approximately 8½ hours
Includes: Transportation, bilingual guide, equipment, river snacks, and lunch
Recommended: Shorts, t-shirt, swimsuit, rubber soled water shoes, sunglasses with secure head straps, tightly fitting hat, sunscreen, repellent, camera, towel, rain poncho and change of clothing
Level: Difficult (Minimum age 14 years)