Tours

The snorkeling tour is a great way to explore Cahuita's coral reef surrounding the tip of the National Park referred to as Punta Cahuita. The park was established in 1978 and has continued to be the only national park in Costa Rica to rely solely on donations. Donations received are put towards keeping the park in up most condition, free of littering and maintaining the safety of the wildlife and visitors in the park. The reef in the National Park is filled with over 240 marine species including wildlife such as tropical fish, mollusks, nurse sharks and lobsters.

The Snorkeling and Hiking Tour is an Archeological, ecological and biological combination to make the most of Cahuita National Park, its history, its marine biology of rainforest flora and fauna. 1067 hectares of protected rainforest and 600 hectares of coral reef form part of the Park ecosystem.

The Bribri Indigenous Territory Tour is an excellent way to spend the day experiencing the richness of the Pre Columbian culture of Costa Rica. You will have a cultural, anthropological and natural immersion in the Watsi Bribri Community in the foothills of the Talamanca Mountains.

After a morning pick up at your hotel in Cahuita at 8:30am, the tour begins with a hike in the rainforest which will lead you to a waterfall. You will observe the tropical flora and have the opportunity to see red frogs and maybe other inhabitants while you relax and enjoy a refreshing swim in the natural pool.

The Day Tour to Bocas del Toro Islands is a great way to experience an enchanting area in Panama on Costa Rica´s doorstep for those who do not have enough time to stay in the archipelago.

For a day surrounded by breathtaking beaches and wildlife, The Cahuita National Park Tour is the best choice. The park was established in 1978 and has continued to be the only national park in Costa Rica to rely solely on donations. Donations received are put towards keeping the park in up most condition free of littering and maintaining the safety of the wildlife and visitors in the park. It is a highlight of the area extending from Cahuita to Puerto Vargas for a total of 8.1 Kilometers. The National Park is 58,836 acres of biologically diverse Marine Park containing wildlife that moves continuously according to the climate, temperature and lunar stations.

Tortuguero is often called "The Amazon of Central America" because of its canals and abundance of wildlife. According to National Geographic, 5% of the world wildlife is found in Tortuguero. The area is also famous for turtle nesting which occurs between early June and mid-October.

The Kekoldi Indigenous Reserve Tour is a biological and anthropological experience traveling an old highway and immersing in the jungle where most tourists don't go. The path was the main road for the Kekoldi Bribri Community and other Indigenous tribes in the region for trading purposes.

The kayak tour is a great ecological way to explore Cahuita National Park and its wildlife.

1067 hectares of protected rainforest and 600 hectares of coral reef form part of Cahuita ecosystem. The National Park was established in 1978 and is the only one in Costa Rica to rely only on donations since then. Donations received are invested to keep the area in good condition, free of litters, and to maintain the safety of the wildlife and visitors.

The Pacuare River is ranked among the top five rivers in the world for great rafting according to National Geographic. This 18-mile one day run includes a total of 52 rapids. Few rivers in the world can offer you so many.

The Iguana Farm, Cacao House and Waterfall Tour is a great combination to receive a multifaceted overview of the Caribbean region. This 3-hour adventure includes three stops on the foothills of the Talamanca Mountains to develop your knowledge of the Indigenous tribe in connection with the cacao tradition and the jungle wildlife.

The first stop is the Iguana Farm run by a Kekoldi family who are an indigenous tribe related to the BriBri. The Iguana Farm was founded by a Canadian Foundation to prevent the extinction of the Green Iguanas. They were going close to extinction due to human consumption and trade as house pets. The Kekoldi wanted to protect them by allowing them time to reproduce in order to reintroduce them into their natural habitat.

The Irazú Volcano National Park Tour is a great combination of the majestic Irazú Volcano with the transfer to San José. You will feel revitalized after observing the breathtaking views from the volcano.

Before the Spanish conquest, the Irazú Volcano was known by the natives as "Istarú" that means "mountain of thunder and quakes". Now, this active volcano located near Cartago city is called "The Colossus" due to the quantity of disasters it caused in the past. Until now, the Irazú Volcano has a total of 23 eruptions to its credit, the first one was in 1723. Several rivers such as Reventazón, Sarapiquí, Sucio and Toro Amarillo are part of the Volcano surroundings.

The Canopy Tour is a half day adventure and immersion in the forest and between the treetops of a farm located about 30 minutes from Puerto Viejo, in the community of Carbón 1.

The first cable, one of the most spectacular (285 meters length, 80 meters altitude), will carry you directly to the heart of the forest where you will do a hike with a naturalist guide to learn about the fauna and the flora of the primary forest and how indigenous communities use these plants.