Embark on an unforgettable journey through the mystical realms of the Osa Peninsula’s tropical rainforest with our Nocturnal Hike. As twilight descends and the diurnal creatures bid their farewell, immerse yourself in the captivating symphony of nocturnal sounds that permeate the dense canopy.

Guided by a naturalist guide, delve deep into the heart of one of our biodiversity hotspots, where every step unveils the secrets of the night. The Osa Peninsula is renowned for its staggering diversity of wildlife, boasting a plethora of endemic species found nowhere else on Earth. From the elusive kinkajous to the iconic red-eyed tree frog, encounter an array of fascinating creatures that thrive under the cloak of darkness.

As you traverse the winding trails amidst the backdrop of the forest’s chorus serenading your senses, listen intently to the rhythmic chorus of insects, the haunting calls of nocturnal birds, and the rustling of unseen creatures in the underbrush.

Your guide will illuminate the intricacies of this nocturnal ecosystem, sharing insights into the unique adaptations and behaviors of the creatures that call it home. Learn about the symbiotic relationships that shape the delicate balance of life in the rainforest, and gain a deeper appreciation for the interconnectedness of all living things.

With every step, you’ll witness the magic of the rainforest come alive under the starlit sky.

This night tour offers a glimpse into the hidden world of nocturnal life. It is not only wild but a fascinating experience. Join us for an unforgettable journey into the realm of the night and unlock the mysteries of the Osa Peninsula after dark.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Osa Peninsula: El Ñeque / El Tigre / Rio Nuevo / Matapalo / Drake Bay
Long pants Closed-up shoes or boots
Camera  Water
Insect Repellent
Naturalist guide Front Light
NOTES Additional fee for transportation. If you have your own vehicle, your guide may travel with you.
CANCELLATION POLICY Refunds available up to 48 hours prior to the tour.

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