Make the most of your day at Puerto Limon with this jam-packed shore excursion that gives you a memorable taste of Costa Rica's Caribbean highlights. Spot wildlife on a rain forest trek, visit a working banana plantation, and cruise down the biodiverse Tortuguero Canal. You’ll also take a scenic drive along the coast, explore the region’s diverse culture on a Limon city tour, and hunt for souvenirs at local shops.
See the wonderful wildlife that Costa Rica is famous for on this shore excursion to two top natural attractions on the Caribbean coast. Look for monkeys, sloths, flocks of migratory birds, and more on a cruise through the Tortuguero Canals. After exploring these rich wetlands, see where jungle meets the sea on a hiking tour of Cahuita National Park, a protected habitat bordered by sandy beaches and the country’s largest coral reef.
Swim, hike, and snorkel in Cahuita National Park with this day trip from Puerto Viejo de Talamanca. From tropical fish to sloths, monkeys, and butterflies, expect to see wildlife on both parts of the trip—a naturalist guide helps you spot animals you might miss on your own. Fresh fruit is included to keep you refreshed before getting dropped off at your hotel.
Explore the Cahuita National Park in the Limón Province on this guided hike. Learn about the history of the park, which is located on the southern Caribbean coast and was founded in 1970 to protect the coral reef. Spot wildlife in their natural habitat as you travel through one of the oldest national parks in Costa Rica. Plus, visit Cahuita's hidden waterfall.
Experience the diverse plant and animal life on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica with a naturalist guide who leads a half-day hiking tour in the Gandoca-Manzanillo Refuge. Walk along rugged dirt trails that wind through a lush rainforest with animals such as monkeys, toucans, sloths, lizards, and a variety of birds. Your guide shares informative and entertaining commentary, and the tour ends at a pretty beach.
Learn about Costa Rica’s indigenous Bribri culture on a half-day tour from Puerto Viejo that features the Uatsi Indigenous Reservation and natural attractions nearby. Your guide shows you how locally grown cacao is made into chocolate, and leads a hike to a waterfall in the rain forest. See the Sixoala River, which divides Costa Rica and Panama, as you delve into the highlights of the Talamanca region.
Experience a guided tour to the Volio waterfall hidden in the rainforest, where you will get an insight into the flora and fauna of Talamanca. You have the opportunity to swim and relax. Then you will visit an indigenous Bri bri family that has been producing traditional chocolate for generations
This trip combines two activities: a visit to the Jaguar Rescue Center and a visit to Punta Uvas sightseeing point.The Jaguar Rescue Center rehabilitates mistreated, injured and/or confiscated animals, which are then reintroduced to their natural habitat in protected areas. Visitors have direct contact with monkeys, wild cats, sloths, raccoons, anteaters, marsupials, reptiles, amphibians, etc.What to Bring: Close Toed Shoes, comfortable clothes that can get dirty, repellent, sunscreen, Swimsuit, towels, camera,water and a bit of cash for beverages at Jaguar Rescue Center
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Get ready for an unforgettable experience! While you walk into the forest, you will wonder about the exotic vegetation. Most of the trees are covered with mosses, lichens, bromeliads, orchids and other plants that cascade from the branches of these gigantic trees creating a backdrop for life in the jungle.