This tour begins with a drive to the southern end of the road into the most remote location in the area; this trip consists of a loop, paddling in and hiking out. After a safety briefing we will embark in a magical kayaking journey paralleling a coast full of cliffs, caves, and the most amazing rainforest.
Parque Nacional Cahuita has the largest system of Coral Reefs in Costa Rica, including 6 species of coral, a wide range of colorful tropical fishes and the occasional encounter of a harmless reef shark or sting ray. This beach has a horse shoe shape, with the entrance of the park at one end and beautiful Punta Cahuita at the other end.
The Wildlife Refuge is located on the Caribbean Coast near the Panamanian border and hosts innumerable amount of flora and fauna. The natural conditions of the refuge make it an extraordinary and interesting destination for scientists and nature lovers.
The perfect combination for the adventurous person who likes heights and water. This combo includes Canopy ride through 9 zip lines on the tree canopy -Last cable with 900 Feet crosses Sarapiquí river canyon and lands at the reception complex- and Water rafting classes II & III on the Sarapiquí River.
The Pacuare River is one of the best choices for your adventure treks in Costa Rica. Another trip in the country does not exist that offers you a perfect blend of wilderness exposure and excitement, both in one day. The white water that is equally exciting.
The Talamanca Mountains are host to the Cabecar Indians, the largest indigenous group in Costa Rica, and one that retains many of its traditional customs and beliefs. In contrast to many other indigenous groups, the Cabecar do not live in villages, but prefer small family units scattered throughout this isolated region that includes the Pacuare zone.
Welcome to Costa Rica’s highest Original Canopy Tour, an exclusive outing offering characteristics no other tour of this kind can match! The action begins with a safety orientation and donning of specialized equipment.
The combination of choice of unforgettable adventures for a full day at Hacienda Pozo Azul. This tour includes 1:30 hour Horse ride through the jungle trails at Pozo Azul, Canopy ride through 9 zip lines on the tree canopy –including the last cable with 900 Feet crossing Sarapiquí river canyon and lands at the reception complex– and white water rafting classes II & III.
An interactive experience with the local cacao history. Discover the Ú SULE; the classic “tee pee” of the Bribrí and Cabecar Indigenous, used by the “Chamans” (healers) or for social acts and ceremonies since thousands of years.
Costa Rica is privileged to have one of the highest diversity of birds in the world. With approximately 875 species, it ranks 23rd in the world.
The Chocolate Tour begins by taking you across TRC’s popular suspension bridge to a former cacao-tree (Theobroma cacao) plantation. During the walk, you will be exposed to the natural and cultural history of the cacao tree and, upon reaching the plantation, a TRC guide will reveal the secrets of transforming cacao fruit into chocolate.
On this tour you will visit the Green Iguana´s farm and medicinal plant garden at the Kekoldi Native Reserve which is a big rural touristy attraction where a small indigenous family dedicates itself to the reproduction of the Green Iguana, a delicate specie that was on the way to extinction some year ago.