Central Pacific Experiences

Experiences

Dolphin Watch Tour

dolphin-watchThis unforgettable natural adventure is for those looking to enjoy life to its fullest.  Discover Manuel Antonio’s coastline the way Christopher Columbus traveled, and climb aboard one of Costa Rica’s most unique sailing experiences: our Dolphin Watch Tour.

 

 

Rainforest Pacific Aerial Tram Adventures

tram-pacificCome travel to Costa Rica and have an exciting park excursion at Rainforest Adventures in the Pacific side of Costa Rica.

 

 

 

White Water Rafting Rio Savegre Class II – III and IV

savegre-raftingThis adventurous, family-friendly, full-day trip is a unique white water river rafting adventure. Of course you can expect that our world-class, internationally-trained, bilingual guides and safety kayakers will expertly guide and teach you how to navigate through this exciting river experience.  But you and your group of fellow rafters start slowly and build your way up to an unforgettable yet manageable adventure that will either leave you begging for more, or leave you completely satisfied and happy that you experienced one of Costa Rica’s famous rivers, The Savegre.

 

 

Tortuga Island Tour

tortuga-islandBeginning in the early morning, a ride through the picturesque country side of Costa Rica will bring you to a luxurious yacht for your trip to Tortuga Island. This island is known for its piercing white sand and crystal clear water. A buffet will be served on the beach, and you will have ample time to relax and enjoy the Beach, making for an adventure that should not be missed!

 

 

Night Kayak Damas Estuary

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Did you know that almost 80% of the tropical rain forest jungle is nocturnal? Since that is the case, our own Jorge of the Jungle has developed a completely unique, safe, yet unforgettable experience; a Kayak Adventure Tour at Damas Estuary and the Mangroves at night. Depending on the coastal tides slowly blending into the mangrove ecosystem at the Damas Estuary, your night adventure starts after your arrival at our Damas Island Rancho located in our protected mangrove habitat.

 

 

Nauyaca Waterfall Tour

nauyacaIf you enjoy Don Gilberto’s Horseback Riding and Waterfall Adventure and Botanical Tour close to the hills of Manuel Antonio, then you are ready for your next horseback riding experience; a trip to Nauyaca Waterfalls.  This full-day experience starts with a trip through breathtaking countryside between Manuel Antonio and Dominical, and comes with many perks.  Stop first for an authentic Tico style breakfast at a local ranch along the way, and then meander through the majestic forest and stunning vistas of the mountains of San Isidro.

 

 

Naranjo River Floating and Kayaking

naranjo-raftingPending the Costa Rican Government’s permission, this optional adventure tour is an experience all on its own.  If you’re lucky, come and experience the Naranjo River close to the Manuel Antonio estuary — near the Green Island and Serrucho Point — and leave the high-octane adrenaline white water rafting adventure to others.  Let your well-educated, bilingual, naturalist guides lead your open-seat kayaks through the tranquil waters and currents of the lower southern section of the Naranjo River.

 

 

Manuel Antonio National Park Tour

manuel-antonio-parkSee how many different kinds of flora and fauna you can spot just in the span of a 2.5 hour nature hike.  Whenever you are ready, stop and enjoy some local fresh fruits and refreshments as you pause to savor your adventure thus far.

 

 

Manuel Antonio Coastal Paddle

ocean-kayakCome experience one of Costa Rica’s most striking coastlines and National Park by kayak. Whether you are an individual, a group, or an adventurous family, this challenging yet gratifying open ocean paddling adventure is for you.

 

 

 

Manuel Antonio Canopy Tour

canopy-manuel-antonioOur ecologically and educationally focused Canopy experience is geared towards a mix of adventure, nature and safety.  Excellent for individuals, families, children 6 years old and over, or large groups.  People of all ages will enjoy this adventure tour because of its variety, options and bio-diversity.

 

 

 

Jungle Crocodile Safari

cocodrilo-tourKnow and explore a unique tourist destination in Costa Rica located only two hours south of San Jose and five minutes from the Carara National Park.  The big river of Tarcoles, one of the four rivers that end in the Gulf of Nicoya on the Pacific Coast, offers visitors the opportunity to observe American crocodiles, some that are more than 4 meters long!  Iguanas and basilisks can also be spotted, as well as more than 120 different species of birds.

 

 

 

Horseback Riding Tour

horseback-ridingEnjoy learning about Costa Rica’s exotic plants and rare wildlife as you ride through the tropical jungle and private ecological reserve at Tocori, just minutes away from Manuel Antonio.

 

 

 

Damas Island Estuary Tour

boat-estuaryOne of our most popular tours is also one of our most treasured secrets. If you think the Damas Island Estuary and Mangrove Boat Tour is sedentary, then let our interactive tropical rainforest and delicate mangrove ecosystem knock you out of your seat in your boat; literally. This adventure of Costa Rican natural history is highly recommended for any naturalist, young or old, who wants to experience first hand the pulse of the mangrove ecosystem.

 

 

 

Catamaran Coastal Adventure

catamaranDiscover the Manuel Antonio coastline the way Christopher Columbus traveled, and climb aboard one of Costa Rica’s fastest sailing experiences: our Catamaran Coastal Adventure Tour. For the adventurous traveler, family or large group (private charters available), this tour is for those looking to enjoy life to its fullest.

 

 

 

Carara National Park Tour

carara-nat-parkOnce you’ve satiated yourself with Manuel Antonio National Park and its beaches, try something new located only about 1 hour away: Carara National Park. Although located very close to Manuel Antonio and near the Jaco area, this hiking tour and natural sanctuary adventure in a bio-diverse reserve is dramatically different in terms of wildlife and plant species than the national park in Manuel Antonio.