6-en-1 excursión combinada: lo más destacado de Puerto Limón

Cahuita, Costa Rica

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6 horas (aprox.)
Recogida en el hotel incluida
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Español y 1 más

Descripción general

Saque el máximo provecho de su día en Puerto Limón con esta completísima excursión por la costa que ofrece una experiencia memorable de Costa Rica lo más destacado del Caribe. Los animales en la caminata por el bosque tropical, visitará una plantación bananera, y navegue por el biodiverso canal de Tortuguero. Además, podrá realizar una excursión panorámica por carretera a lo largo de la costa, podrá explorar la región diversidad de la cultura en una excursión a Limón, y recuerdos en las tiendas locales.
  • Combo de excursión en tierra desde el puerto de limon.
  • Experimenta seis actividades diferentes en un solo día.
  • Explore la selva tropical de Costa Rica en una caminata guiada y un crucero por el Canal Tortuguero
  • Visita a una plantación de bananos en funcionamiento.
  • Disfruta de hermosas vistas en un paseo por la costa
  • Descubre la ciudad de Limón en un recorrido turístico.
  • Recoge recuerdos únicos en las tiendas locales
  • Recogida en el puerto y entrega incluida
Reúnase con su guía y conductor cuando el barco atraque en el puerto de Limón por la mañana, y embárquese en un recorrido de 6 horas de aventura combinada que le presenta a la región natural y cultural. Con una energía diferente del resto del país, la provincia de Limón cuenta con un rico patrimonio cultural con raíces afrocaribeñas, Bribri, Cabécar, asiática, italiana, Centroamericanas.
Excursión por la ciudad
Admire las escenas del bullicio urbano de Limón en una breve excursión turística.
Excursión por el boque tropical 
Adéntrese en el exuberante mundo del bosque tropical costarricense en un fácil sendero de 0,6 millas (1 km) a través de un bosque secundario atravesado por lechos de arroyos. Esté atento a la vida silvestre nativa, incluyendo perezosos de tres dedos, mariposas, tucanes, colibríes y coloridos anfibios como la rana dardo rojo.
Plantación bananera
La industria bananera desempeña un papel importante en la economía de Costa Rica, ya que el pequeño país es el segundo mayor productor de plátano del mundo, con el 80% de las plantaciones ubicadas en la provincia de Limón. Visite una granja de plantación bananera y la casa de embalaje para aprender cómo la fruta se cultiva, cosecha y es exportada a todo el mundo.
Crucero por el canal el Tortuguero 
Disfrute de la tranquilidad del bosque tropical en un crucero de 1 hora por esta vía fluvial de la biodiversidad en un recipiente fluvial. Aprenda sobre el ecosistema circundante mientras un guía le mostrará interesantes especies de plantas y le ayudará a buscar animales, como monos aulladores, murciélagos y cocodrilos tumbados en las riberas.
Eche un vistazo a productos locales y recuerdos únicos para llevarse a casa en algunas de las animadas tiendas de recuerdos de Limón. 
Trayecto por la costa 
Empápese del hermoso paisaje de la costa del Caribe en el trayecto entre las distintas actividades.

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Kathryn K
, mar 2019

We barely made it to the tour because although we were told “PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE THE PIERS ENTRANCE” we finally found the tour group OUTSIDE THE PIER ENTRANCE on the STREET!! It was raining off and on, we wish we had been told to BRING RAING GEAR including proper footwear! The rainforest was wet although the guide told us it was the dry season. Ok we get that but we didn’t get to do much in the rain, saw barely anything in the rainforest which was more like a long walk on a beach trail, didn’t go on a banana plant tour, stopped at a place for a quick bite of local fare. After dropping off 80% of the group back at the port, foir of us went on to the boat tour. This was interesting and we did see a few sloths, plus other local animals and birds (the two tour guides didn’t seem all that interested until we pointed some out) we then got back on the tour bus and ended up back at the cruise port. By that time it wasn’t raining and we never got our walking tour of the city. We feel this tour was not worth the money we paid. The tour guide did a good job of trying to make this tour work but it was soured by most of the group who spent all the time they were there complaining that they weren’t on their PRIVATE TOUR and were split up from the rest of their group. It wasn’t very enjoyable for the rest of us at all!! This tour seemed very unorganized and was not worth the money we paid for what was advertised.

Joseph L
, mar 2018

This tour was a prime choice for us. Everything is good and goes as planned with exception of the banana plantation, There were no facility nor process plant visit.

Annie C
, mar 2018

Our tour guide Reynaldo is very friendly and professional. See more stuffs compared to the regular cruise shore excursions. Pickup and drop-off at the port pier, very convenient!

, mar 2018

An excellent tour that really gave you a feel for the eastern part of Costa Rica. Our guide spoke excellent english and was very informative of all facets of the economy and of life in this country. We did get rained out in the rain forest portion ------ but no fault of the tour. It is hard to see wildlife with many people around I heard this from other tours also ----- but in the Tortuguero Canal our guides and boat driver had sharp eyes and pointed out sloths, lizards and a spider monkey while many other tour boats drove on past us. The banana plantation experience was highly informative. We had lunch at a nice restaurant. I'm not a shopping fan so I will leave out that small portion. Would recommend this to anyone

Nadene H
, feb 2018

This tour was a prime choice for us. We visited a banana plantation, walked through a rain forest that was surprisingly next to the beach, and took a boat ride to see wildlife. We saw multiple monkeys, 2 and 3 toe sloths, birds, and a young crocodile. The tour guide was very knowledgeable, shred life in Costa Rica and was very friendly. Wear good shoes for hiking and a camera is essential. You will enjoy this tour.

, feb 2018

So called rain forest trek was only a short walk along the coast with trees. There wasn't much to see. We saw a few monkeys and couple butterflies. Our bus stopped at the side of the road of a banana plantation. Our tour guide spent about 10 minutes to explain how usually a banana plantation cares and packs bananas. We didn't even have a chance to get out of the car to see or visit a banana plantation. Cruising down the canal was fun but again there was not much to see. They did give each one of us a box of fresh cut fruits which were delicious.

Marlene W
, dic 2017

Alberto and his driver met us promptly went we got off the boat. There were only four of us on this tour which made for a very intimate experience. During our all day tour we saw tons of birds on the river as well as sloths and howler monkeys. The rainforest is located in a national park adjacent to the coast. A wide and easy pathway with our viewing pleasure of howler monkeys, capuchin monkeys, raccoons!, lizards, leaf cutter ants, sloths and a small yellow viper snake-yikes. Amazing how our guide could spot with his laser a critter that would have escaped our eyes. Had lunch including rice and beans at a local establishment. Last stop was for souvenirs' where our driver locked the keys in the mini bus with the engine running. Thank goodness at a site that had a tool box as wrenches were required to unbolt the door so we could get back in! We laughed as this twenty minute delay made for a few laughs and coining our trip the 7 and 1 combo tour! Highly recommend this trip with plenty of time of sightsee and return in plenty of time to our ship.

Patricia M
, nov 2017

Very nice day which an articulate tour guide

, abr 2017

Interesting tour with an informative Guide. We now know the background on bananas. Rain forest walk was really neat, and we got to see snakes, insects, monkeys, sloths, raccoons, and a variety of birds. Would have been nice to have some water available like other tours offer. Lunch was pathetic a real let down. If you take your own water and snacks, this is a good tour to take.

, mar 2017

A very knowledgable tour guide who did a great job of guiding and informing us . Seeing the native animals and reptiles on the canal was amazing. Walking through the rainforest was an experience we all enjoyed. A tour I would highly recommend.

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