Make the most of your time (and your money) with an all-day pass to Diamante Eco Adventure Park, which includes access to ziplines, hanging bridges, ocean activities, a native botanical garden, and the largest animal sanctuary in Guanacaste Province — all in one location near the region’s most popular cities. This pass also includes lunch, fruit drinks, and coffee so you can stay all day.
Explore Rincon de la Vieja National Park with a 1-day pass that includes buffet lunch, and discover the remarkable volcanic landscape at your own pace. Get the ultimate adventure experience as you go deep into the forest on a canopy tour, then take an inner tube down the Río Negro, slip into a steaming thermal pool and ride a horse through the park. Enjoy full access and total independence to design your own experience.
If seeing wildlife is a top goal while in Costa Rica, this private tour of the Corobici River, Llanos de Cortez waterfall, and a nature reserve at the base of Tenorio Volcano is a great pick. Visit three beautiful natural settings with a guide who shares fun facts and helps you spot animals like sloths, parrots, lizards, and more in their natural habitats. Lunch is also included, giving this tour extra value.
Sloths are the #1 animal on the “must see” list that people want to see when they come to Costa Rica. And this tour gives you your best chance to see them if you are staying in Guanacaste! After a short hike to Guanacaste’s most stunning waterfall, you will head north to look for sloths, and there is a pretty good chance you will see some of the beautiful dart frogs, toucans, scarlet macaws and other animals – all in the wild, nothing caged on this tour. Enjoy these great spots with your private, naturalist guide who will share useful tips and interesting facts revealing their love of Costa Rica and its rich history -- and they make it FUN!HIGHLIGHTS • Best chance of any tour from Guanacaste to see sloths, toucans and frogs • Cortez Waterfall Hike • Hot, Tico-style Lunch with Natural Fruit Juice • Private vehicle and naturalist guide accompany you and your party
Explore one of the world’s most diverse collections of species gathered in one place with a visit to the animal sanctuary at Diamante Eco Adventure Park in Guanacaste. From adorable three-toed sloths to scaly reptiles and sleek jungle cats, see an amazing array of animals rescued by the Costa Rican Ministry of Wildlife, and learn about the park’s conservation projects. The naturally designed habitats include hummingbird gardens and a large butterfly observatory teeming with jewel-toned beauties.
Get an up close look at Costa Rica's hidden natural wonders with this river floating,volcano hot springs and mud baths tour. On this tour you will observe the burners of Miravalles Volcano’s active crater with volcanic mud pots which temperatures range from 40 degrees to 100 degrees Celsius. You will be able to watch closely the fumaroles, hot stones and crystallized sulfur among other scenic beauties.The river floating is the perfect way to explore outside the city and see what makes Costa Rica a top attraction for nature lovers.Experience the beauty of Costa Rica's natural landscapes Follow a local guide through stunning rugged terrain Round-trip hotel transport and lunch included
In our Eco Adventures Park, our visitors will enjoy the natural beauties while pumping adrenaline, flying through the forest in the Canopy Las Pavas; walking on Los Higuerones Hanging Bridges, sliding down on the La Selva, a 1380 ft. (420 m) water slide; watching the Waterfalls or submerging in the Pacaya Hot Springs & SPA. You can also take a horseback ride or ride in a traditional tractor pulled carriage.
Rancho los Coyotes is perfect if you want to experience costarican culture and wildlife all in one! After a 1 hour and 45 minutes drive in the countryside, where you will see melon, sugar cane and rice plantations, you will arrive to an old farm where the "abuelas" (grandmothers) will serve you a great breakfast or lunch (depending on the arrival time - or both if you are very hungry!).During the two hour boat safari you will see different types of birds, crocodiles, white faced monkeys and iguanas!After the first activity we will go back to the farm to see how the old farmers used the traditional trapiches (sugar cane mills) to produce cane juice and make jiggery (tapa de dulce). The juice is collected, boiled and poured into molds, where it hardens into blocks. This is perfect to make a refreshing drink or sweet desert.After the cultural demonstrations you will get some free time to walk and see the museum or the farm animals before heading back to your villa.