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  • Manuel Antonio National Park Combo Tour from San Jose

    1. Manuel Antonio National Park Combo Tour from San Jose

    On your way to Manuel Antonio, stop to have breakfast in a local restaurant located next to the biggest fruit market in the country where you'll be able to observe the large variety of tropical fruits in Costa Rica. Continue your journey with a stop at the popular crocodile bridge where you will have the chance to observe one of Costa Rica’s biggest crocodile’s populations.    Search for scarlet macaws in their natural habitat on Tarcoles Beach, a common sight in the area. Then, stop at the Jaco Bay lookout point and take pictures of Costa Rica’s most popular coastal town. Once in Manuel Antonio, hike the rainforest trails of the national park with your guide for about 1 hour and search for local wild animals commonly observed here, including monkeys, sloths, toucans, agoutis, and more.   After hiking, enjoy free time to relax on the pristine beaches of the Manuel Antonio National Park...

    Amazing tour!! Fernando Moss was great a great guide, very knowledgeable about the area and animals. Would highly recommend!

  • Manuel Antonio National Park: 3-Hour Guided Tour

    2. Manuel Antonio National Park: 3-Hour Guided Tour

    Discover Manuel Antonio National Park, a small biological island established in 1972 by the Costa Rican government to preserve its precious wildlife. Though Manuel Antonio National Park is the smallest park in the country, it’s also the most visited due to its charming combination of rain forests, beaches, coral reefs, and wildlife. After being picked up from your hotel by your excerpt driver-guide, get ready to explore a diverse range of fauna spanning 109 species of mammals and 184 birds. As you explore, look out for raccoons, coatis, agoutis, sloths, white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys, and the famous Titi monkey, an endangered subspecies unique to the park. Be led by your guide on a breathtaking walking tour through the jungle and experience the secrets and wonders of this amazing ecosystem. See kingfishers, the yellow crowned night heron and many more bird species. Benefit from as...

    Amazing tour through one of the most beautiful national parks in Costa Rica. You can learn a lot about local species and even have a bath in one of the most gorgeous and wild beaches in the world.

  • Manuel Antonio Quepos Zip Lining Tour

    3. Manuel Antonio Quepos Zip Lining Tour

    During your 2-hour journey, you will be perched on one of 20 platforms high above the jungle floor with dramatic views of the valley. A series of 10 zip line cables reaching up to 450 meters (1,475 ft) take guests throughout the unspoiled rainforest canopy on an exclusive tour. Breathtaking mountain and valley views can be captured while resting at a vista high upon the hill. At the end of the tour, you will be given the choice to finish on the last cable or to do the Rappel platform and Tarzan Swing at no additional charge. Upon conclusion of your canopy tour, guests gather for a full Costa Rican meal, fruit and drinks. While resting and refueling your bodies, guides will share photos of your exhilarating zip line adventure on the large screen TV.

    great adventure and the staff is amazing! had a lot of laughs along the way and they always made us feel safe. recommended 100%

  • Manuel Antonio: Night Jungle Tour

    4. Manuel Antonio: Night Jungle Tour

    This rainforest night tour is operated in the amazing Rainmaker Park. Rainmaker is one of the most important and impressive rainforest ecosystems in Costa Rica, this is where the extinct harlequin frog reappeared and was rediscovered thus becoming an important field of research and scientific studies for herpetologists worldwide. This night walk takes about 2-hours to 2.5-hours and is led by a professional and expert certified guide. During the expedition you may see bats, Jesus Christ lizard, spiders, owls, high varieties of frogs, snakes and many interesting insects. You will use special equipment for the night and a flashlight for a better appreciation during the activity to help you see the jungle life more clearly.

  • Manuel Antonio National Park Tour

    5. Manuel Antonio National Park Tour

    The park alone offers 3 unique hiking trails that differ in level from smooth and flat to quite sharp and steep. On this tour you will have the best nature guides with you who will help you understand the environment. The track you’ll take is actually smooth and charming and is around 2 miles long. During the walk your guide will describe the species you’ll see, and you’ll be able to take beautiful pictures or simply enjoy the scene. Among the best parts of this excursion is that the Manuel Antonio National Park hosts 3 of the 4 current monkey species of Costa Rica. Half way through the hike you’ll enjoy a relaxing break at the 3rd Beach situated on the southern part of the national park. You’ll have around twenty minutes to relax on the beach or in the calm waters of the bahía. During the hike it is very possible to see birds, reptiles, and sloths, as well as plants and insects such a...

  • Quepos: Mangrove Kayaking Tour

    6. Quepos: Mangrove Kayaking Tour

    As you quietly watch this unique environment your guide will describe everything concerning the flora and fauna found in this amazing area. This tour goes throughout the mangrove wetlands and offers a great chance to observe migratory marine birds. The Damas Island kayaking tour takes you through the natural canals and provides an ideal opportunity to observe many birds such as herons, kingfishers, ospreys, and frigates birds.This Manuel Antonio tour lasts about 2 hours, and refreshing Costa Rican meals are arranged before or after the excursion, depending on the tides. This tour does not require prior experience. Single or double kayaks are available. Youngsters should be at least 8 years old to paddle their own kayak alone.

    What an Amazing way to see nature from an up close perspective. Very beautiful, informative, and never felt unsafe at any time. Highly recommend if your more leisure and not up to all the other higher adrenaline activities you can choose from in the area. What a fantastic adventure my wife and I were able to share on our Anniversary.

  • Quepos: Horseback Riding to the Shaman Waterfalls

    7. Quepos: Horseback Riding to the Shaman Waterfalls

    During the 40-minute drive to the town, your guide will share interesting information about the history of Quepos and the area in general. Once you reach Londres, you will set foot on a picturesque property, where you can find restrooms, stables, a corral and an open-air waiting area. You will receive riding instruction, safety tips, and also get some practice time before heading out to explore the Costa Rican rainforest. This tour allows you to learn the exotic secrets that lie within primary rainforests, riding at a maximum altitude of 600 meters (1900 ft). The ride lasts about 2.5-hours (round-trip) and will be highlighted by amazing valley views, verdant vegetation and numerous wildlife species such as birds and reptiles. At the end of the trail there is the beautiful Shaman waterfall where you will be able to rest for about 30 minutes. Lie on the grass or take a swim, or even both!...

  • From Jaco: Full-Day Manuel Antonio National Park Tour

    8. From Jaco: Full-Day Manuel Antonio National Park Tour

    This park is the most famous in the country due to its wide variety of flora and fauna specimens, and also because Forbes ranked it in the top 10 most beautiful parks in the world. The park alone offers 3 unique hiking trails that differ in level from smooth and flat to quite sharp and steep. On this tour, the best nature guides will be with you, and will help you understand the environment. The track you’ll take is actually smooth and charming and circles in the park making your walk around 2 miles long. Through the walk, your guide will describe the several species you’ll see, and you’ll be able to take beautiful pictures or simply enjoy the scene. Among the best parts of this excursion is that the Manuel Antonio National Park hosts 3 of the 4 current monkey species of Costa Rica. On this hike, enjoy a relaxing break at the 3rd beach situated on the southern part of the national park...

    Sylvia, our guide, was fabulous! She was incredibly knowledgeable and adapted our tour to our interests.

  • Quepos: Damas Island Mangrove’s Boat Tour

    9. Quepos: Damas Island Mangrove’s Boat Tour

    Be sure to keep your eyes wide open, in order to identify the countless birds, monkeys and reptiles on this tour. The roofed boat utilized are environmentally friendly, comfy as well as risk-free. Because of the boat design it is easy to interact with white faced monkeys as they, from time to time, love to hop on board. As you are observing this luxuriant atmosphere, your guide will describe the flora and fauna seen in this amazing and impressive area. This tour explores the natural canals and offers a perfect chance to see marine birds such as kingfishers and frigate birds among others. Your journey will go through briny waters glimpsing the tropical islands  and pass under natural tunnels created by trees. This is why you are going to enjoy this haven of nature. Lunch is served at the end of the tour. Transportation back to you hotel is included. This tour is for all ages and physica...

    The tour itself was great BUT we gave it 4 stars bc we didn’t see very many animals. Just a few birds and iguanas that we would’ve seen most anywhere else in CR. But like I said everything else was excellent from transportation, to our guide Guiner who was an avid birder, to the boat driver, and lastly dinner which was typical CR meal and incredibly delicious!!

  • Quepos: Ocean Kayaking and Snorkeling

    10. Quepos: Ocean Kayaking and Snorkeling

    You will leave the pier and take a relaxing yet adventurous 2.5 hour round trip in your kayak. During your nautical journey you will navigate past islands where you can observe many types of marine birds and their nesting grounds. You are also able to snorkel and  spot amazing wildlife living below the water.  Water visibility depends on the season. You are most likely to spot parrot fish, starfish, angelfish and if you are lucky a sea turtle or two! This adventurous tour allows you to discover stunning examples of nature, above and below the ocean’s surface; from pelicans to flying fish, you can see it all. Upon returning to the pier, you’ll head back to base camp to enjoy a little conversation over a delicious homemade meal. 

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What people are saying about Quepos

This tour was AWESOME! Well paced, on time, our guide was Ken and he was super thoughtful and kind. He even overheard my mom tell another guest how much she loves the plantains here (fried bananas), and he ordered an extra side of those for her at lunch. It totally made her day. The park was amazing- we saw deer, different kinds of monkeys, crabs, iguanas and other lizards, a snake, sloths, just so much! The beach breeze felt nice and was super relaxing. The trails in the park are really organized and fun to walk through. On the way to the park we also stopped by a bridge to see crocodiles, and Ken brought banana pieces to throw in to the river so the crocodiles would move (they did!!). Also the pick up was on time. The company also sends an email with a list of things to bring, such as extra clothes (in case it rains or if you want to swim), so pay attention to that!! It's really important! Everything was just A+, will definitely book with this company again when we come back! Thanks!

Fernando Moss was a GEM! he took his time to unfold the richness of Costa Rica's history, culture, cuisine, political landscape, economic and industrial identity. I thought the tour would be the usual surface coverage of the basic things that I could google but he paid attention to detail, he was extremely knowledgeable and hospitable. I especially liked the history of Limon; as a Caribbean native that really helped me to feel connected to Costa Rica on another level. I am especially interested in Caribbean History and how it will forever impacted countries like Costa Rica's identity; adding richness. I loved every second of it! The food was just so amazing! My expectations were definitely exceeded! Great job Fernando and Get Your Guide! I will make sure my friends and family know about you when they come to Costa Rica!

It was the best activity we had in our entire time in Costa Rica. The team worked so hard and you could see their passion for their job so much. The rafting was really fun and the day was perfect all round. The price-performance ratio is perfect. You get so much for it. We would do it again with this team anytime. It is worth it

Amazing tour!! Fernando Moss was great a great guide, very knowledgeable about the area and animals. Would highly recommend!

Sylvia, our guide, was fabulous! She was incredibly knowledgeable and adapted our tour to our interests.