South Guanacaste Experiences


Canopy Tour

canopy-south-guanaIn this tour you can fell the Adventure through the tropical dry forest starts and the feel the wind in your skin while you cross the forest observing the flora and fauna and enjoy of the adventure that this tour offer. And “Aninga” and may also possibly hear the Howler monkeys!

Barra Honda Caves Hike

barra-hondaHike in the Barra Honda National Park have main attraction is an intricately large system of limestone caverns which house a multitude of capricious forms and figures. Reef rocks constitute Barra Honda hill, of 300mts tall, which means, by old reefs that sink caused by an elevation provoked by tectonics faults 60 millions of years ago.

Early Bird Watching Tour

early-birdWith over 850 species of birds Costa Rica is a great place for birding. With your experienced naturalist guide, you will be able to view some of the following eye-catching species; The Cattle Egret, Crested Caracara, Laughing Flacon and the Squirrel Cuckoo just to mention a few. Our experiences guides carry binoculars and field handbooks and to help you understand and learn about these magnificent birds. Witnessing these spectacular birds is optimized in the early morning or as the day cools into the evening when they are most active.

Palo Verde National Park Tour

palo-verdeThe natural hydrologic system of Palo Verde create the right conditions to produce in the zone the most important concentration of birds in the country and Central America. This is a birdwatchers paradise as well as a perfect spot to see lots of crocodiles, some monkeys, reptiles, as you cruise the Tempisque River by boat. After lunch you will pass by the famous artisan village of Guaitil and learn about the Chorotega Indians and can watch the artists as they make the pottery that heritage from their Pre Columbian ancestors.

Horseback Riding

horseback-ridingA pastoral region, Guanacaste offers this activity in coastal areas and in the mountains and their communities. Horseback-riding tours are available through tourism operators or family-owned farms that rent horses.