Increase your odds of seeing sloths in the wild with this sloth-spotting tour from Puerto Limon. Head to two natural environments known for their large sloth populations: Cahuita National park and the Tortuguero Canals. Traveling with a guide also provides the benefit of commentary so you can learn about local wildlife as you go.
1. Surfing in Costa Rica is one of the best things to do. 2. You can surf in Costa Rica all year round. 3. Costa Rica is more than a surfer’s paradise.4. You will visit Tamarindo, a good hub for boat trips to places like Witch’s Rock and Ollie’s Point, which are farther north and best accessed by boat. From Tamarindo, Playa Langosta is only 10 minutes south, Playa Grande is 25 minutes north. Nosara is less than 2 hours south and Malpais/Playa Santa Teresa is about a 3 and a half hour drive south down the Nicoya Peninsula.
The beaches of Tortuguero National Park are a famous nesting ground for endangered green sea turtles, while the park’s dense rain forest is home to monkeys and a variety of bird species. This canoe tour avoids the use of a motor and provides a silent and eco-friendly mode of transportation, which allows you to see native wildlife up close while your guide navigates through Tortuguero’s freshwater creeks and lagoons.
Exotic boat tour on the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua for plant observation and wild life in its natural habitat, with stops to know important aspects about the maineconomic products of Costa Rica plus a Limón City Tour on the main historical buildings.
Discover Costa Rica’s exotic wonders while in port in Limon on this 5-hour tour of the Cahuita National park. Enjoy a nature walk through the Brisas de la Jungla rainforest; spot wildlife such as howler monkeys, sloths, red dart frogs, and toucans; and visit a traditional banana plantation. Port pickup and drop-off is included.