This tropical getaway will appeal to anyone who's ever wanted to experience Costa Rica's most famous sites as well as its exotic wildlife. Over nine days you'll travel through the north of the country and stay in luxury accommodations between embarking on active excursions. This includes such diverse activities as hiking and nocturnal nature walks to kayaking and horseback riding on the beach.
Boca Nosara Wildlife & Birding Kayak Tour, Nosara
Embark on a two-hour kayak tour through the beautiful mangrove forests of Boca Nosara, where the Río Nosara and Río Montana rivers meet. Paddle along the waterways and mangrove tunnels, spotting exotic wildlife such as blue herons, roseate spoonbills, howler monkeys, and crocodiles with the help of your bilingual birding expert guide. Conclude your adventure at the river mouth, enjoying a refreshing watermelon slice and optional cold beer before returning to your eco-lodge for relaxation.
- Explore the beautiful Boca Nosara river mouth, where the Río Nosara and Río Montana converge
- Paddle through mangrove tunnels on a two-hour kayak tour and spot exotic animals
- Learn from a bilingual guide and birding expert as they point out unique wildlife
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What you'll do
Embark on a two-hour kayak tour through the tranquil waterways and winding mangrove tunnels. Your bilingual guide and birding expert will accompany you as you paddle through the serene water, teaching you about the various waterbirds inhabiting the area, such as blue herons, anhingas, and roseate spoonbills. Keep your eyes peeled for more exotic animals that call this region home, like howler monkeys, iguanas, and even crocodiles. The knowledgeable guide will ensure you don't miss any of these fascinating species.
As your kayak tour approaches the river mouth, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy the picturesque surroundings and capture some stunning photos. Here, you'll cap off your adventure with a refreshing slice of watermelon and, if you choose, a cold beer. Take a moment to relax and appreciate the beauty of nature that surrounds you.
At the end of your experience, you will be transferred back to your lodgings.
- Bilingual guide
- Snack & coconut water
Itineraries with Boca Nosara Wildlife & Birding Kayak Tour
In just over a week you can enjoy the best activities in Costa Rica and visit its most exotic locales. First, you'll travel to Arenal and Tenorio National Park, where you'll embark on nocturnal nature walks, soak in natural hot springs, and hike along sky-blue rivers to tropical waterfalls. Then it's off to the coast, where you'll enjoy more wildlife-spotting excursions as well and active adventures like kayaking along the coast.
On this 12-day adventure, you'll enjoy the most famous activities in Costa Rica. You'll do it all, from river rafting and jungle hikes to wildlife tours, snorkeling, horseback riding, and even stand-up paddleboarding. The journey combines luxury accommodations with outdoor excursions as you travel from Arenal Volcano to the waterfalls of Tenorio National Park and finally to the beaches of Guanacaste Province.
The secret to a perfect tropical vacation involves the right balance of luxury and adventure. On this 11-day tour of Costa Rica's north, you'll visit rainforests, rivers, and waterfalls by day, and relax in the hot springs of luxury hotels by night. Then you'll head west to the beaches of the Nicoya Peninsula and enjoy adventures like snorkeling around coral reefs and horseback riding on beaches at sunset.
On this 13-day itinerary you'll get to enjoy many of the adventure sports and outdoor activities Costa Rica is famous for. This includes hiking and river rafting in the Arenal region and Tenorio National Park, plus snorkeling, paddleboarding, and horseback riding on the beach. And at the end of each day, you'll retire to the luxury hotels and eco-lodges that will serve as your accommodations during this adventure.
10 days is enough to enjoy Costa Rica's immense natural beauty and exotic wildlife. This combined luxury/adventure itinerary allows you to experience it all, first in Arenal Volcano National Park, and then by visiting the rivers and waterfalls of the Tenorio region. You'll finish on the unspoiled coastline of the Nicoya Peninsula, riding horses at sunset, kayaking through mangrove forests, and snorkeling at coral reefs.