The Amphibian Aquatic Garden is a series of waterways and pools ecologically design to provide a variety of native species a habitat where they can reproduce and migrate freely without enclosures that restrict their natural behavior.
This unique Jungle Walk is a 2 hours guided adventure where you will have the opportunity to be part of one of the most interesting and important ecosystems of Costa Rica, the Nocturnal Tropical Wet Forest. You will have the experience to be in contact with many nocturnal inhabitants in our Wildlife Refuge, like Kinkajou (Potos flavus) Armadillo (Cabassous centralis), or the chance to see one of the most interesting reptiles … Snakes!
With more than 30 identified species, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about their scientific descriptions, with enough data to know how dangerous they may be and their natural history. Also you’ll have the opportunity to visit our Tropical Aquatic Gardens where you’ll find a variety of species of Frogs and Toads. One of the most popular, the Red Eyed Tree Frog (agalychnis callidryas), or the Glass Frogs (Cochranella granulosa) and Teratohyla pulverata), and the Wet Forest Toad (Incilius aucoinae), endemic of Costa Rica.
Transportation, entrance fee, bilingual interpretive guides and flashlight
3 ½ hours
Hiking shoes, trousers, repellent, and camera.
Timetable: 5:30 p.m.
Maximum 8 persons per guide.
A minimum of 2 people are required.
Children under 6 are free of charge, 6 years and above pay regular rate
Transportation included from main hotels in Quepos and Manuel Antonio