Tickets en Costa Pacífico Norte / Guanacaste

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The Extreme Canopy Tour is our newest and most extreme canopy tour. Once you arrive at the site the tour guides will get you ready for the ride of your life. This is a truly exhilarating and exciting experience. If we are lucky, even the Howler Monkeys will be our company during part of the Canopy Tour.

Come, get your adrenaline pumping, and enjoy the beauty of the Costa Rican sub-tropical cloud forest and wildlife.

desde 45,91 €

Algo imprescindible para los amantes de la naturaleza! Disfrute de un hermoso paseo en bote al aire libre a lo largo del río más grande en Costa Rica. Esté atento a todos los tipos de vida silvestre que puedes observar durante el recorrido. Palo verde es el hogar de más de 300 aves migratorias y de otras especies como mono cariblanco, aulladores, cocodrilos Americanos y iguanas.

Algo imprescindible para los amantes de la naturaleza! Disfrute de un hermoso paseo en bote al aire libre a lo largo del río más grande en Costa Rica. Esté atento a todos los tipos de vida silvestre que puedes observar durante el recorrido. Palo verde es el hogar de más de 300 aves migratorias y de otras especies como mono cariblanco, aulladores, cocodrilos Americanos y iguanas.

Punto de encuentro : Plaza Futura, en frente del aeropuerto Daniel Oduber International o cruce el Coco gas station, Carrillo community, Guanacaste y Licorera Oasisi, Filadelfia, Carrillo Guanacaste.
Hora de inicio o apertura: A las 7.00 horas.
Hora final o cierre: A las 12.30 horas.
Idiomas: Confirmado: Inglés, Francés, Español y Holandés.
Otros: Por favor, recuerde llevar su pasaporte.

desde 62,81 €

Sentarse, relajarse y ser consentido! Únase a nosotros a bordo para un día de relajación en el Pacífico. Una oportunidad fantástica de ver el sol, nadar y disfrutar de un atardecer espectacular! Ver la costa hermosa, mientras toma una cerveza fría o un cóctel. Navegar a bordo de un catamarán es la mejor manera de explorar la belleza y maravilla del mar costarricense.

Nuestro viaje comenzará en el bosque seco y la lluvia mezclar sus bellezas creando un lugar mágico rodeado de vegetación lujuria, la casa de una enorme variedad de animales, donde podrás ver algunas de las aves migratorias, mariposas, monos y reptiles. Para las vigas ya, este viaje es una visita obligada. Su continua los desafíos que le espera como te sumergirá a través de giros, vueltas y cae 8 millas de rápidos intenso. Este tour solo recoge en hoteles de zona 1 Guanacaste como por ejemplo:

Nuestro viaje comenzará en el bosque seco y la lluvia mezclar sus bellezas creando un lugar mágico rodeado de vegetación lujuria, la casa de una enorme variedad de animales, donde podrás ver algunas de las aves migratorias, mariposas, monos y reptiles. Para las vigas ya, este viaje es una visita obligada. Su continua los desafíos que le espera como te sumergirá a través de giros, vueltas y cae 8 millas de rápidos intenso. Este tour solo recoge en hoteles de zona 1 Guanacaste como por ejemplo: - Hotel Riu - Hotel Ocotal - Hotel Occidental Allegro Papagayo - Hotel Occidental Grand Papagayo - Hotel Villas Sol - Hotel Double Tree Resort by Hilton Papagayo

Punto de encuentro : Hoteles Riu, Ocotal, Occidental Allegro Papagayo, Occidental Grand Papagayo, Villas Sol, Double Tree Resort by Hilton Papagayo a las 7.20 horas.
Duración: Nueve horas.
Idiomas: Inglés, Español, Francés y Holandés

desde 103,84 €

Have you ever imagined yourself flying over a canyon river? Rio Perdido is the perfect place to enjoy 15 platforms, 6 of them are rock based and 9 are suspended on the canyon walls of Blanco River that is surrounded by the charming of dry forest.

After the aerial adventure you will be spoiled with a delicious lunch, end this amazing tour taking a swim into the relaxing thermo-mineral river that have around six hot springs in it.

desde 114,73 €

Spend a day in Borinquen! To begin the day, you will enjoy the horse back ridding through an ancient primary & secondary forest and witness the incredible diversity of animals. Then continue the adventure with the zip line. The zip line tour ends near to the Hotel restaurant, you can spend the day enjoying the thermal pools, mud baths having invigorating, relaxing in the natural pool and enjoying the natural beauty of our exclusive resort.

Granada is located south of Managua at the edge of Nicaragua Lake. Founded in 1524, Granada is considered one of the oldest cities in America. Granada architecture is a romantic combination of colonial homes with neoclassical baroque churches, which makes it the jewel of Nicaragua. For many years, Nicaragua has been unknown as a tourist destination.

Today you have the opportunity to visit this new tourist attraction and discover the beauty of this country, its people, its lakes and its active volcanoes. Experience one of the oldest colonial and more colorful cities of Central America: Granada. Its original architecture makes you go back in time. A boat ride at Nicaragua Lake, near Granada Islets will make this trip unforgettable.

Those islets (which differ in size between a hundred square meters and over one hundred hectares) are the result of Mombacho Volcano violent eruption thousand years ago. Enjoy lunch before you explore some of the best handicrafts made by local people at Catarina market. (Wooden crafts, leather and pottery is available).

desde 128,13 €

You’ll see a lot of what Costa Rica has to offer on this two-day tour, which covers the Arenal Volcano, its hot springs, the Monteverde Skywalk and a coffee plantation. Day one takes you to La Fortuna, a town that was established after a massive volcanic eruption destroyed three nearby villages. After a short hike through the rainforest, you’ll get to spend a relaxing couple of hours in one of the Arenal Volcano national park’s hot springs, before returning to La Fortuna for an overnight stay. On day two, you’ll cross Lake Arenal to get to the Monteverde Skywalk. Hanging high above the rainforest canopy, this collection of walkways and bridges puts you close to the diverse animals – like spider monkeys, sloths and Quetzal birds – that live here. Back on the ground, you’ll visit the butterfly and hummingbird gardens, which are each home to over 20 different species. Finally, you’ll discover the ins and outs of world-famous Costa Rican coffee at one of the region’s many plantations.

Nestled between two mountain ranges, capital city San José is full of life. Four million people live here, making it the most populated place in the country. The National Theatre is among the city landmarks. It doesn’t look like much from the outside, but the lavish interior makes it well worth a visit. Your next stop is the Pre-Colombian Gold Museum, which houses an impressive collection of gold dating back as far as 500 AD. After an overnight stay, the tour will take you to the Poas Volcano. This huge crater, a mile in diameter, is filled with liquid sulphur that bubbles and smokes. The last big eruption was over 100 years ago, but nearby geysers can be seen to explode 820 feet into the air. On the slopes of the volcano, the La Paz Waterfall Gardens are home to five falls, plus the world’s largest butterfly observatory. Next on the agenda is the town of Sarchí. Here, much of the town is decorated with kaleidoscopic designs. And it’s a great place to sift through stacks of artisan handicrafts.

Taking the opportunity to visit two countries, know two cultures so close and so different, the only opportunity to reach the summit of the volcano by bus. You can have the amazing experience to Visit San Juan Del Sur, famous for the statue of Christ that protects it from one of the highest points of the place, where we will have a view of the entire area. As well the Colonial city of Granada and Volcano Masaya National Park.

Left’, ‘right’, ‘get down’ – no, not an aggressive gym instructor but what you’ll hear as you make your way down the Tenorio River rapids. After driving to the heart of Guanacaste, you’ll be given a safety briefing before donning a helmet and life vest. Then, it’s time to take a seat in your raft and get ready to drift down the fast-flowing river. You’ll raft through the rainforest, so keep an eye out for local wildlife, like iguanas, monkeys and tropical birds. Costa Rica is rated as one of the best spots in the world for white water rafting, and there’s a reason why – grade three and four rapids, set against a lush tropical backdrop. Your guides will steer you through the rapids and over the falls as you navigate the eight-mile route. After you’ve dried off, you’ll be treated to a spot of lunch.

The Arenal Volcano is visible for miles around, but a visit to Costa Rica isn’t complete without seeing it up close. It stands at a massive 5,437 feet, and its base is blanketed by rich rainforest. You’ll get a glimpse of this dense jungle first thing, as we take a short trek through it. The volcano has been the country’s most active for the last 40 years. It’s currently in its resting phase, though, so you’re unlikely to see any lava today. Next on the agenda is the town of La Fortuna, literally translated as ‘lucky’. In 1968, Arenal erupted, burying three neighbouring villages, and it was the survivors of the disaster who established this town. In the afternoon, we’ll go to one of the natural hot springs dotted within the park. These warm, tropical pools would have you believe they’re artificially heated. But all the warmth is provided naturally by the volcanic lava brewing underground.

If you fancy a break from lounging on the beach, you can look forward to a day full of adventure. It kicks off up in the forest canopy, where you’ll whizz through the leafy jungle on a zip line over the Colorado River canyon, reaching heights of 150 feet. On the way, keep an eye out for hummingbirds and spider monkeys – just some of the wildlife you could spot as you fly past. There are 17 platforms in total, so you’ll have an hour and a half to make your way around, before heading down to the river. Here, you’ll be kitted out with rafting equipment and given a safety briefing. Then, the fun begins. You’ll feel the breeze in your hair as your raft spins over the rapids. It’s a thrilling ride but not too turbulent, so it’s perfect for beginners. After stopping for lunch, you’ll have time to unwind in the spa.

You’ll forget surfing in the USA, with a morning spent in every surf dude’s paradise. Tamarindo town offers a ‘pura vida’ vibe – a Costa Rican phrase meaning ‘full of life’. Today, you’ll find out why. We’ll head to the beach first to catch some waves in a two-hour lesson with the professionals. You can take advantage of the instructors on hand, or simply relax on the palm tree-fringed beach – you might even spot some monkeys playing in the trees above. Next, you’ll head into town to explore the funky beach bars and surf boutiques. There’s a lot in the way of souvenir shops and bars, so you’re spoilt for choice. You’ll also find plenty of international eateries, with Italian, American, as well as local food all on the menu.

You can take in the world, or Costa Rica, from above on this trip to the Rincon de la Vieja volcano. You’ll head for the northeast side of one of the country’s biggest volcanoes, where the plains give way to the lush Sensoria rainforest. As you hike through the tropical paradise, you’ll reach waterfalls, streams and thermal springs, and see colourful orchids and wildlife. Here, tapirs, howler monkeys and pumas roam freely. You’ll visit four waterfalls – some tinted electric blue – before reaching the hot springs of the UNESCO-rated nature reserve. You can slide into the warm volcanic water – almost forgetting where you are, until you hear the sounds of tropical birds and cascading waterfalls of the surrounding rainforest.

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