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Experience the natural beauty of Costa Rica, and get an up-close look at some of the nation's most colorful birds. Enjoy scenic transfer to Caño Negro from La Fortuna, where you cruise by boat into the Rio Frio. Search for native birds, mammals, and flora before heading back to land for an authentic lunch.
Spend a half day learning about local wildlife and conservation during this once-in-a-lifetime Costa Rican volunteer opportunity. Enjoy the lush landscapes just outside La Fortuna and have the chance to observe some of the country's most exotic species. Prepare food, and help maintain the grounds as you learn about local wildlife from area experts. This 3.5-hour tour of the property is sure to be a memorable part of any Costa Rican adventure!
The tour begins with a 20-minute drive from the hotel to the Peninsula section of the National Park, near Lake Arenal. Here we will begin a 1.5 km (1 mi) long walk along an easy trail for about an hour. Throughout the tour you can enjoy excellent views overlooking Lake Arenal and the Tilaran Volcanic Mountain Range in the observation bays that are found along the trail. At the end of the walk, we will have the opportunity to climb to the observation platform of approximately 12 meters (40 ft) high for a closer and amazing view of the volcano, and receiving a full explanation of its history, activity cycles, geological formation among other relevant data.At the end of the trail, we will enjoy a snack of fresh fruit before taking our boat for a tour along the forested shores of Lake Arenal and islets to try to find some animals. This is the ideal place to take scenic photographs of the volcano. Add a visit to the hot springs of your choice for an additional cost
Combine two popular activities in one on this guided tour. First, visit Santa Rosa National Park and learn about this tropical dry forest and the wildlife and plant life that call it home. Following that, head to a local restaurant for lunch, and then stop in Liberia for a tour of the city and to shop for souvenirs.
Discovering the wonderful secrets hidden in this forest means finding a wildlife sanctuary; the high density of biodiversity makes this trails a unique place for observing species spotted along the way.When going on the self-guided tour, pay special attention to the different layers of the rainforest, from the treetops, the understory and the forest floor; this way you will be able to appreciate many of the species housed by this spectacular biological corridor.
A truly awe-inspiring experience. A private shuttle will pick you up at your hotel between 6 pm-7 pm (exact times may vary throughout the season) and take you to a nesting beach near Samara where you will be guided to watch turtles come ashore, dig nests, lay eggs and if you are lucky, see babies hatch. Popular year-round this 3 1/2 hour tour is something you will remember for a lifetime and perfect for my ages.
Traveling in Costa Rica doesn't get more authentic than this 30-day volunteer experience at an organic farm in Tenorio National Park. Work alongside locals and learn about organic agriculture as you tend livestock, pastures, orchards, and specialty gardens. It's a great way to practice Spanish, learn new skills, and make cross-cultural connections that you can't get on typical vacations. In exchange for working 20 hours per week, all of your food and lodging is covered for the entire 30 day period.
The Sloth Park is located 600 meters from the central park of La Fortuna, this park has approximately 20 hectares.and the trail is approximately 2 km, it will take approximately 1 hour and a half to 2 hours to travel it completely, while there, you will getThe opportunity to find 4 to 5 sloths, different species of birds, snakes, beetles, spiders and frogs such as the famous red-eyed frog, the blue jeans frog and a lot of biodiversity of tropical forests.The search for sloths is the center of attraction in this park, since visitors can have a very good opportunity to see 4 specimens, sometimes very close and sometimes a little further, however, distance is not a problem, The guides are very well equipped with binoculars and telescopes to detail the characteristics of the sloths, in addition to the guidesHe will give a talk about the natural history of the park, especially about the habitat and customs of the lazy.
Witness a unique experience that has been taking place for thousands of years. See the process of turtles coming up to the beach, creating their nest, laying their eggs, covering them back up and heading back to the water to be rejoiced with the male turtle.