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1 Day in Corcovado National Park

All remote and unique, discover the authenticity of the rainforest and some of the best wildlife worldwide. There are 5 stations to visit in Corcovado National Park: La Leona, Sirena, Los Patos, San Pedrillo and El Tigre.

CHOCOLATE FARMING TOUR

Share your journey on a Costa Rican sustainable farm where a local family breed animals, grow fruits, vegetable and medicinal plants. Get involve you in the seed to feed process of making a delicious artisanal chocolate.

HORSE, CLIMBING & RAPPEL

Combine three adrenaline-fueled adventures in a unique and memorable journey. Gallop with free-range animals, climb a 40-meter tree from the inside and rappel down a powerful waterfall in the middle of the jungle.

HORSEBACK RIDING

Hop on the saddle for horseback riding of your dreams! A tame horse will bring you in the meadow to gallop between livestock, go up hill and contemplate a panoramic view of the ocean before ending the ride on the beach.

NIGHT WALKS

Enter the rainforest when it is populated with its weirdest life forms. Many animals emerge only at night. Enjoy the peaceful nocturnal wonders hearing plenty of sounds and looking for rare and endemic species.

SCUBA DIVING

Certified divers will be astonished with the incredible biodiversity: the forever playground of the National Geographic. Unravel the mysteries of the deep waters of Caño Island or the seafloor of the Golfo Dulce.

SLOTH TOUR

A family own cultural activity that enable to share the passion for nature while interacting with opened minded locals. An easy hike in a flat forest trails hoping to find many smiling sloths in their natural habitats.

WHALE WATCHING

Between July and November, the Golfo Dulce hosts this giant mammal during their breeding season. Do not miss the chance to see a whale with its baby. Join us for an incredible half a day on the water and enjoy the show!

ZIP LINING

Discover a rainforest canopy zipping in between the tree tops. An adrenaline adventure for the whole family from a monkey eye view of the the scenery. Wildlife is often seen such as sloths, toucans and scarlet macaws.