The combination of 2 places in the central Costa Rican Pacific with an incalculable natural wealth, will make you and your companions enjoy a real day of vacation. With the wet-dry transition forest, a point of great importance for the enlistment of birds, in addition to the Tárcoles River, which is the habitat of one of the largest populations in Central America.
Discover the beauty and diversity of Costa Rica’s rain forest with a combo tour at a private ecotourism reserve. Observe canopy wildlife and soak up spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean on a leisurely aerial tram ride, and then get your blood pumping as you soar across the jungle on 10 exhilarating ziplines. Enjoy a guided nature hike through the rain forest, and wrap up your 2.5-hour tour with a visit to a serpentarium and medicinal garden. The tour includes round-trip transport from your Jaco hotel.
Visit Carara Adventure Park on an action-packed day tour from Puntarenas. Travel by air-conditioned minivan to the privately owned reserve, which contains lush rain forest and sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean. Experience the rain forest canopy up close as you fly down the zipline course, which features 12 cables and three hanging bridges. Then take a 1-hour boat cruise to look for crocodiles, monkeys, and more.
We provide personal service, this tour is unique in our area so we are the only operator running it with all the many sights. new fleet, certified nature guides and very professional. Unless requested differently we will arrange small group tours in order to ensure total satisfaction of our services.
Come and visit a unique tourist destination in Costa Rica that is just 30 minutes away from Jacó. Jungle Crocodile Safari offers a tour that is specially designed for adventurers and bird watchers, yet safe for the whole family.
An ATV tour of Carara National Park lets you explore off-the-beaten-path of this Costa Rican gem. After a safety and instructional briefing, take your ATV on a guided tour along rugged jungle trails, past teak plantations, and over 14 river crossings, stopping to admire views and beaches along the way. Then, head down the Tarcoles River on a boat tour for a chance to spot crocodiles, monkeys, and more.