If your group ventures into the rainforest, you will surely make your environmental guides happy. They are convinced that the beauty and richness of the forest will entice and overjoy your guests. And they have reason
If your group ventures into the rainforest, you will surely make your environmental guides happy. They are convinced that the beauty and richness of the forest will entice and overjoy your guests. And they have reason to think so! Their air tram, which overlooks a 222 acre reserve, offers visitors stunning views over hanging gardens, waterfalls, tropical flora, a rare animal world, and undiscovered treasures of the tropical forest.
The ocean view from the hotels, restaurants and bars built on the hills surrounding the Manuel Antonio National Park is truly unforgettable. It is here where luxury and authenticity connect; where man and the animal world unite. While exploring a path, you may come across a parrot, a sloth, or even a giant iguana. The park is also home to endangered species like the agoutis, squirrel or white-faced monkeys. Due to the park's relatively small size, encountering any one of them is a real possibility. But that is not all! Manuel Antonio Beach is often named among the 10 most beautiful beaches on the planet! There are many ways to discover this fantastic region in only a day or two, whether you're horseback riding, mountain biking, kayaking, surfing or even scuba diving. If your group is not all that captivated by nature, extreme sports are popular in Costa Rica and always a great option.
With snorkel in hand, a curious swimmer will uncover Costa Rica's amazing underwater world in Curu National Wildlife Refuge, off the coast of Tambor and Montezuma, between Dominical and Marino Ballena National Park towards the northwest, and off Caño Island towards the south. In just a few days' time, experienced instructors will teach your group enough tricks and discipline to turn them into professional divers. [NIEUWE_PAGINA]Their charts will be enhanced by some unique encounters: giant rays, sea turtles, sea urchins, porcupine fish, friendly dolphins, multicolored coral reefs… the diving centers will even encourage you to meet with … sharks. However, the real diver's paradise is Cocos Island, an accessible isle 36 hours away by boat! Plan for at least a 10 day trip. Scuba-diving is also possible on the Atlantic coast, in the Caribbean Sea. Cahuita National Park is home to the largest coral reef. The Punta Cocles and Punta Uva reefs are still very healthy, as seen by their countless schools of fish.
On the Savegre River, dotted with rapids – with innocent names such as Cinderella or Malibu – you will discover your own limits… and those of paradise. The one-day adventurers will get their first taste of an extraordinary journey on a 4x4 to a starting point seemingly at the end of the earth, where four hours of rafting in teams of six await. Please make sure that your canoe is correctly registered for the rapids course. They range from class II to IV! Then, relax and let the delightful lagoons and bird-watching captivate your senses: toucans, egrets, ospreys, cormorants and parrots are all at home here. You will also be lulled by the murmur of the waterfall. During the course, the group will stop off at the mainland village of Coope Silencio. It is there, under a small roof of reeds, in the middle of an intoxicating natural setting, that you will enjoy a well-deserved meal and rest.