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Guanacaste Full-Day Jungle Boat Cruise and Coffee Tour

1. Guanacaste Full-Day Jungle Boat Cruise and Coffee Tour

For wildlife travelers, Costa Rica is a veritable playground and this 8-hour scenic tour lets you play in one of the country’s great landscapes. Escape the hustle and bustle of modern-day life and explore lands that provide shelter to a vast array of wildlife. Part of the Palo Verde National Park, encompassing one of the most important wetlands of Central America, throughout the year the rivers, mangroves, and marshland see resident and migrant water birds join white-tailed deer, coyotes, white-nosed coatis, howler monkeys, white-faced monkeys, and more. As you cruise, look out for iguanas and crocodiles. Your will see hundreds of birds take flights or rest in trees as you float slowly along the Tempisque River. After lunch, visit the Beneficio Matambú home of Diriá Coffee, and learn the different processes of coffee production, from the bean to the cup, as well as what happens to the solid and liquid wastes. Naturally, your day would not be complete without a taste of some exquisite Diriá coffee.


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What people are saying about Tamarindo

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

Fun but a lot of driving

The guides/drivers were great, the van was air conditioned and clean. Just expect a lot of driving to get from hotel to Jungle Boat and then to get to coffee plantation. Next time I would break it into two separate tours. Tour company was great and professional. Would use them for other tours as well.

Guide and driver knowledgeable and professional.

Driver was an excellent driver. Guide was very knowledgeable and pleasant. Tour was great on nice boat which felt safe near alligators. Driver and guide constantly alert for animals. We saw alligators, shore birds, very active moneys and iquanas