Rio Celeste Tour from La Fortuna
We will leave La fortuna at 7:30 AM on one of the most interesting adventures in the region. Breakfast will NO be offered. The whole journey to village of Guatuzo it is about 1 hour and 30 minutes and we will get to the trail head at 9:00 AM and start our one and a half mile hike to the magical waters of Rio Celeste. Rio Celeste consist of two pristine brooks that meet forming the perfect chemistry delighting us with heavently colored waters that gives the rivers it is name. As we walk through the Rain Forest, we will visit the “Teñideros” where the river gets its colour, the Turquoise waterfall, the Turquoise swimming hole and the hot spring. Soaking in the magically colored jungle brook is one of our main activities.
The guide will decide if you can use the hot spring it depend the weather.
Lunch will be served at the trailhead after freshing up, we will return to la fortuna at 4:00 PM.
Departure: 7:30 AM
What to Bring:
Hiking Shoes, Mosquito Repellent, Rain Coat, bathing suit Extra Clothe
Transportation all fees guide cold drinks and lunch
This tour is only recommended for people in good physical conditions.
River Rafting from La Fortuna ( Arenal Volcano
Class III & IV White Water Rafting trips on the beautiful Balsa or Sarapiquí River. This tour is ideal for people looking for more adventure you will paddle rapids class II, III & IV surrounded by lush nature.
Experience the white waters of the Balsa & Sarapiqui River.
Transportation Round Trip, Bilingual guide, Fruits, Lunch
What to Bring:
Swimsuit and/or shorts, Sunscreen, T-shirt, insect repellent, extra clothes, with ankle straps.No flip flops
Departure Time: 8 00 AM – 11 00AM
The wild and ever-changing Naranjo River White Water Rafting challenge is recommended for physically fit adventure seekers and experienced rafters who are familiar with Class III and IV rapids. On this high-octane, half-day adventure, the trip begins when the Naranjo River drops steeply from the Costa Rican mountains and pushes through pristine jungle gorges.
It then winds around rocky curves to take you on a wild, adventurous ride back to sea level waters. While your internationally-trained, bilingual guides and safety kayakers work with you to navigate this exciting river, you will swiftly pass stunning farmland, working cattle ranchers, and beautiful African Palm Plantations. Unlike the Savegre River Adventure, the Naranjo River Rafting Trip packs all its punches in a 7 mile ride that keeps your adrenaline level high for several hours. Water levels can rise rapidly on this Costa Rican treasure of a river, especially during the rainy season (May-October), which creates a small margin for error for any experienced rafter.
After an adrenaline-kicking trip, enjoy local snacks and refreshments before heading back to reality… well, back to Manuel Antonio anyway. If you’re strongly compelled by our ever-changing adventures out here, you just might feel inclined to come back for more.
Round trip transportation, bilingual guides, safety kayakers, all equipment needed, security, fruits and juice.
Wear or bring sturdy sandals or water shoes, a bathing suit, sunscreen, bug spray, towels, and a change of clothes.
We strongly recommend that adventurers (adults and children over age 12) be physically fit and prepared for Class IV rapids. This adventure should not be taken lightly.
Monteverde Zip Line Canopy Tour
Tour times: 8 a.m., 11 a.m and 2 p.m. (every day)
9 regular ziplines, 2 superman ziplines, 1 hammock bridge, 1 rappel, 1 mega Tarzan swing
Longest zipline in the Costa Rica – over 5220 feet (1590 meters – almost 1 mile)!
La Paz Waterfall Garden Tour from San Jose
Experience Costa Rica’s famed natural beauty and biodiversity in an eco-friendly way with a day trip to La Paz Waterfall Gardens from San Jose. Observe rescued rain forest creatures like spider monkeys, toucans, tree frogs and even jaguars while learning about the nature reserve’s conservation efforts. Lunch among the serene jungle setting and transport from San Jose are included. Visit a popular nature reserve and learn about ongoing conservation efforts See rescued pumas, jaguars, monkeys, amphibians, birds, and more Eco-friendly and responsible way to learn about Costa Rican wildlife Lunch and transport from San Jose hotels included