Experience Costa Rica’s spectacular nature on this night time excursion to the Monteverde Cloud Forest. After a convenient hotel pickup, learn about the region’s wildlife from an informative local guide and watch the forest come alive at night. Spot bats, frogs, and rare creatures like kinkajous, ocelots, porcupines, and olingos.
Depart your cruise ship for an adventure that combines nature trails, hanging bridges, and ziplining. A must-try for nature lovers and thrill-seekers, the combination of activities lets you see the jungle from the forest floor and immerse yourself in the tree canopy above. Plus, round-trip transportation from Caldera Port lets you skip the hassle of renting a car or navigating public transportation.
If you would like a historical and detailed tour with hands-on experience, then we invite you to join our farm tour where you will learn and experience traditional farming in Monteverde, a variety of gardens, farm animals and local cuisine.
This tour is a unique experience which provides visitors with a true cultural understanding. Our philosophy was born from our local Monteverde family who wanted to give clients an exclusive excursion different than conventional tours. We aim to provide our clients with a extraordinary experience by fully immersing them in this vibrant culture. This tour begins with a walk to a hidden Strangler Fig Tree, where there is an option to climb inside of it. Here, we have the chance to meet Capuchin White Face monkeys and Howler monkeys, who are both frequent visitors to the area. After spending time at the tree, we will go towards the upper part of the mountains, passing the original central town of Monteverde. This is where the Quakers settled in the 1950s and founded the cheese factory as well as the Quaker school. We will then catch a ride to an organic coffee farm in the bordering town of San Luis.
Learn with SinwaTour of Flora and Fauna that are hidden in the Cloud Forest Reserve of Santa Elena. The Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve is located in the Caribbean part of the continental divide, at an average height of 1600msnm, with a predominant climate due to the trade winds of the Northeast, with an approximate annual precipitation of 4000mm³, an average temperature of 18 ° C Relative humidity around 100%. It is found in the humid montane forest (Holdridge) living area.
For more than 64 years the Torres family has had the blessing of seeing three generations grow in a land where 6 families currently live. The economic activity for many years was dairy farming but in more recent years, the family has been venturing into agrotourism to diversify the economic income and still maintain the traditional agricultural activities of the farm.The tour lasts approximately two hours and thirty minutes.