Enjoy a full-day tour to Monteverde where the clouds meet the woods and take an exhilarating walk through the famous cloud forest on hanging bridges. Sky Walk uses trails and a series of suspension bridges for a more relaxing introduction of the flora and fauna of the forest. It allows a vision of the forest from a different perspective which starts with a hike on the ground and then taking you to explore the treetops, a hardly discovered habitat called the “canopy” with a professional guide.
Discover the natural beauty and heritage of Nicaragua with a full-day tour that travels round-trip from northern Costa Rica. Visit the active Masaya Volcano and the extinct Apoyo Volcano, cruise by boat to small islands on Lake Nicaragua, and view picturesque Spanish colonial architecture in Granada. You’ll benefit from border-crossing assistance and hassle-free transportation that allows you to make the most of your day.
For those who have extra time in their schedule, a day trip to Nicaragua from Costa Rica is possible. This small-group tour takes care of all the logistics and takes you to see one of Central America’s most active volcanoes—Masaya—as well as the colorful city of Granada and the small islands of Lake Nicaragua. This hassle-free adventure includes transport, breakfast, lunch, entrance tickets, and exit fees for your convenience.
This safari along the banks of the majestic Tempisque River and through Palo Verde National Park will give you the option to see exotic birds, incredible crocodiles, iguanas, mammals, wild monkeys and much more.Indulge in a fantastic, authentic typical Costa Rican lunch. An added extra, exclusive to Costa Rica Unique, enjoy a mini coffee tour and tasting, learn about indigenous Chorotegan culture and their amazing pottery techniques. Bring home your own real Costa Rican pottery!
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.
Visit Palo Verde National Park in a private tour, here you will see12 different habitats, this national park is home to howler monkeys, iguanas, coatis, anteaters, crocodiles, and lots of wild birds such as the Roseate Spoonbill, the Tiger Heron, the American Wood Stork, the Boat-billed Heron, among many, many others. Then enjoy the boat ride through the Tempisque River, the most important river in Guanacaste, while an expert, bilingual guide shows you the beauties of the area. After the boat tour, enjoy a delicious traditional Costa Rican lunch at a local restaurant, to finish your exciting day.