The 1500 acre Tamarindo Estuary is teeming with wildlife, including 180 different species of birds, and the American crocodile. This tour takes you up the Tamarindo Estuary. Sit back, relax and enjoy the calm waters while our captain and guide explain the fantastic mysteries of this aquatic wonderland.
The kayak tour is a 2-hour tour in the Las Baulas National Estuary with a naturalist and bilingual guide. We enter the estuary one hour before high tide and return about one hour after high tide. Silently gliding through the shade of the mangrove trees in your kayak is the best way to experience the mangrove forest and the abundant wildlife that awaits you.
Horseback riding is truly one of the best ways to experience Monteverde’s astounding wilderness, as you can cover several miles in a few hours.
This allows for more wildlife to be seen, more pictures to be taken, and more vistas to be enjoyed. Monteverde itself is considered a prime location for horseback riding – it is green all year long, has an average daily temperature of 18° C (64° F), and offers endless mountain views. In truth, its very name is reflective of this fact. In Spanish, “monte” means mountain and “verde” means green. Thus, Monteverde means green-mountain.
Departure times for this tour are. 9:45 am and 2:45 pm Horseback riding From: $35.00 p/p
El Trapiche tour, is a project of a Costa Rican family, which offers a guided tour for approximately 2 hours. The tour begins with a walk through the farm, which may have an opportunity to observe the different plantations, besides crossing a small area of forest where occasionally you can see wildlife.During the tour in the farm you can see a project of tilapia (kind of fish), banana plantations, bananas, arracache, macadamia nuts, oranges, sugar cane and coffee. During the walk around the land, the guide explains the process involved in growing sugar cane, natural history and also provides an opportunity to taste the sugar cane and its various derivatives Once this is over we will show you the process of coffee, starting from the planting and continues with the process of crushing, peeled and roasted by machines. Departure times for this tour are. 9:45 am and 2:45 pm. El Trapiche From: $32.00 p/p