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The waters surrounding Marino Ballena National Park are ideal for whale watching  tour, as the clear, deep blue water allows for easy viewing. The most frequently spotted species in this area include Humpback and Pilot Whales Bottlenose and Spotted Dolphins and other marine life. As always with this type of tour, the presence and exact location of these sea creatures are unpredictable. Although sightings cannot be guaranteed, they are frequent in these waters.

During whale watching tour, we search for humpback whales, listen to their love songs and feel the great sensation of watching a mammal that weighs more than 40 tons jumping out of the water and splash its gigantic tail.

The humpback whales are in this area between July and November and again between December and March. They arrive alternatively from the Northern or the Southern hemisphere to breed in the warm waters on the South Pacific coastline.

Tour departs from Punta Uvita Beach during the trip sea turtles, dolphins, stingrays, and other marine life are commonly seen out in the water. The dolphin populations are resident, so it is usual to see them more often. You´ll visit “Roca Ballena” to watch birds and the Ventanas Beach Caves. The tour also includes some time for swim and snorkeling depending on climate conditions.

In the Costa Rican South Pacific Ocean dolphins can be seen all over the year. MORE>>>



National Geographic named it - biologically speaking - the most intense place in the world and it is estimated that no place in the world (with a similar extension) has greater biological diversity. The Corcovado National Park is a paradisiacal site as large as 52.000 hectares, including primary and secondary forest, beaches, and spring waterfalls in a tropical climate.

In this park, you will be able to observe more than one hundred different types of birds and other animals within their own habitat, as well as the three-toed and two fingers sloths, coatis, tapirs, anteaters, dart frogs, monkeys, and a species in danger of extinction: the howler monkey. The tour starts at 6:15 am and ends between 5:30 pm and 6 pm.  If you need more tourist information don't hesitate to Contact Us.


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Night Tour with a specialized guide in tropical amphibians and reptiles. You can learn and discover some nocturnal animals such as tree frogs, poison frogs, glass frogs, snakes, spiders, insects, and many more. It´s an easy hike suitable for people of all ages. If you need more tourist information don't hesitate to Contact Us.



Cano Island is the best place to enjoy diving in Costa Rica. It´s a natural reserve where you can find lots of marine life - for example, barracudas, trevally jacks, pompano, white tip reef sharks, whale sharks, rays, turtles, and other mysteries for you to enjoy. If you need more tourist information don't hesitate to Contact Us.



The horses are carefully trained, so you have a pleasant experience, as you go through the refuge amidst the forest, along the beautiful beach, or in the river. We offer a tour to the waterfall through the tropical rainforest, a tour along the beautiful Playa Hermosa beach, or a sunset tour. MORE TOURIST INFORMATION >>>



Sierpe is the gateway to the largest virgin mangrove forest in Central America and shelter to countless species of birds and other wildlife. The natural beauty of the Sierpe River and the mangrove channels is breathtaking, and mangrove forest is home to a great of land and sea birds. Nearby  Violin Island´s isolated beaches are filled with a spectacular charm. MORE INFORMATION>>>

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