This gorgeous natural sanctuary is home to approximately 48% of Costa Rica’s bird species, making this tour ideal for bird watching enthusiasts. There are 2 possible trails to explore each of them about 2 miles length. During your hike, the nature guide will stop to point out birds and give explanations about the different things you see along the way. Half way through the hike you will take a 20 minutes stop to rest and admire the scenery. One of the incredible highlights of the Cara national Park tour is the opportunity to see Scarlet Macaws flying overhead.
After exploring the park you will visit the Tarcoles bridge where you can observe the largest crocodile population of Costa Rica. You will float through mangrove canals and get a chance to observe additional bird species. This is a great time to get some story-worthy snapshots, so remember to bring your camera. Once you have finished this amazing boat trip - which lasts approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes -, you’ll get back to base camp where an appetizing homemade lunch awaits you. At the end of the tour you’ll be taken back to your hotel.
Transportation, bilingual guides, beverages and lunch.
8 ½ hours
Suntan lotion, sunglasses, camera, hat, visor, mosquito repellent and hiking shoes.
Beverages and lunch.
A minimum of 4 people are required. (if 4 individuals want to participate they must cover the cost equivalent to 4 adult rates).
Children under 6 are free of charge.
Children 6 years and above pay regular rate
Transportation included from main hotels in Quepos and Manuel Antonio