Simply put, Costa Rica is a natural paradise - and there's plenty to keep you enthralled! More tours available, call us for more details and to book.
You will enjoy a tour in the best tour in the city of San Jose, with panoramic views of the most emblematic places. In Doka, you will learn all about coffee, its production, varieties of plants, the geography of the area and the traditional ways of cultivating the bean.
In addition, you will be able to visit the impressive Poas Volcano, the first national park created in Costa Rica in 1971. An unforgettable and unique place, whose main crater is 300 meters deep and has a diameter of approximately 1.32 km, being the largest geyser type crater in the world with access to visitors. Finally, the La Paz Waterfall Gardens are its butterfly and bird observatories, the impressive hummingbird gallery, the aviary, the old house, a ranarium and serpentarium.
This is a great option for those travellers who are visiting the country for the first time and would like to know it in the best way possible having a little taste the food, the customs of the country and experiencing how friendly the Costa Ricans are.
The area of the Tortuguero National Park is only accessible by boat or by a small aircraft. You will be entering by boat, through the different waterways along and the abundant flora and fauna located in the middle of the Tropical Rainforest definitely turn this place into a true ecotourism paradise. Tortuguero will provide a panoramic view of how the Caribbean side of our country lives. Next destination will be taken you to the Northern Plains, where the famous Arenal Volcano is located, with its almost perfect conic shape, immense in an area with a gran Variety of attractions and activities to do, making the area a must place to visit.
The journey continues to the Monteverde area, which has captured the worldwide attention of biologists, conservationists, and ecologists and has been the setting for extensive investigation over the past 45 years. The area is known for its spectacular scenes and the diverse rich tropical cloud forest.
Definitely, Costa Rica is an exotic country, which offers to you a great variety of nature; with this programme, you will visit the north plains where the impressive Arenal Volcano will welcome you with its majestic, almost perfect volcanic cone. In addition, you will be delighted at the Hot Springs where you will find several pools that are heated directly from the volcanic veins of the Arenal Volcano. The next stop will be Monteverde. It is an area of great wealth where 3,021 species are known. Including 755 species of trees, besides being considered site on the planet with the greatest diversity of orchids. Over 500 species, of which there are 34 endemics. No doubt a paradise for nature lovers, and at night you will see that a new world wakes up in the cloud forest offering a unique experience of contact with nature. Then, you will visit Manuel Antonio, a paradise that mixes lovely white sand beaches with jungle and rain forest full of wildlife. Manuel Antonio National Park, since it has a charming combination of lush tropical forest and beautiful beaches with clear waters listed on Trip Advisor (Travelers Choice) as the best beach in Central America and its park has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the twelve most beautiful national parks in the world. Finally, you will enjoy in a unique place in the whole world, Corcovado National Park surrounding, this area of the South Pacific of Costa Rica is currently called "The Final Frontier" or "The Navel of Life”, as described by National Geographic as "the most biologically intense place on Earth". This region is home of 350 species of birds, 150 species of mammals, over 100 species of reptiles and amphibians, about 5500 insects, and 500 species of trees. Staying in this area will allow you to have a deeper contact with nature, especially for those seeking a unique and eco- tourism holiday.
Costa Rica can boast more than 850 species of birds (including a high number of regional endemics) in an extremely small area, approximately the same size as Wales. It is one of the most biodiversity places on the planet thanks to its position between North and South America, Costa Rica offers to birders great bird-watching opportunities within relatively short distances, involving very diverse habitats in the six ornithologist regions of the country, from sea level to high mountains above 11.000.
Many of Costa Rica’s year round avian inhabitants are colorful, tropical varieties, such as hummingbirds, parrots, toucans and trogons. Others are drab, shy and secretive like the ant-birds and wood-creepers.
From December to April, you can add winter-resident migrants from North America to your list. There is an excellent field guide and a good site guide with sketch maps of birding trails and local species lists.
Tours include accommodation, ground and boat transfers, ground transportation, meals and refreshments, sightseeing and admissions. You’ll spend the tour in excellent hotels, and you’ll be in the hands of a professional, bilingual-speaking tour guide.
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