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Christopher Murillo

Positive experiences and memories that you will never forget are about the only things we take away! Traveling gives us the chance to discover this. I've lead trips in Costa Rica and some other countries, for more than 10 years. I know first hand what people are looking for and what makes the holiday unique,

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"We specialize in adventure holidays, cycling, hiking, whitewater rafting, zip-lining, all over Costa Rica, from the cloud forests in Monteverde to the white sand beaches in Manuel Antonio."

How did you get involved in travel?

"Son of an adventure guide, all I could think about when I was a child was to join my father on a trip. I started guiding trips at the age of 18 and never stopped. With many years of leading trips, I have the expertise to put together great experiences for everyone."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"I have probably run the Pacuare River more than 100 times! Every time I go down the river I feel as excited as the first time. Paddling down the rapids while you see, extensive vegetation, waterfalls, wildlife, and having an amazing time, makes it a unique trip, especially if you make it into a 2-day trip and spend the night at El Nido del Tigre Campsite. "

Christopher is part of the following groups: Costa Rica Travel Agents
Costa Rica's Arenal Volcano.
Best of Costa Rica: Arenal, Monteverde & Manuel Antonio - 8 Days

This 8-day trip is ideal for travelers looking to experience Costa Rica's highlights. Go for a dip in Arenal's hot springs and spot monkeys and other wildlife on hikes around the famous volcano. Continue to Monteverde, where you'll discover the remarkable flora and fauna of the cloud forest. Finally, spend a few days in Manuel Antonio National Park, kayaking through turquoise waters and relaxing on pristine white sand beaches.

Arenal Volcano National Park
8 Days in Costa Rica - 5 Unique Itinerary Ideas

An eight-day trip to Costa Rica provides plenty of time for both adventure and relaxation–explore the history of San José, take a national park tour or two and swim in the hot springs, beaches, and waterfalls that await. Active travelers will appreciate cycling to the Continental Divide, wildlife sightings on a riverboat safari in Nosara, and riding Class IV rapids down the Rio Pacuare in these five trip plans.

Tortuguero National Park
6 Days in Costa Rica - 5 Unique Itinerary Ideas

Six days is a great amount of time to experience Costa Rica—you can easily combine two of the country's biodiverse national parks with a day of exploration in San José. Visit the cloud forest of Monteverde, take a surf lesson at Playa Manuel Antonio, zipline across the jungle at Arenal, or cycle the Continental Divide with the five unique itinerary ideas below.

Sunset off the Pacific Coast
Costa Rica Luxury Beaches & Rainforest Adventures - 7 Days

Escape to northern Costa Rica for a luxury vacation you'll never forget. You'll pack a lot of adventure into just seven days, and these active excursions include waterfall hikes, nocturnal nature walks, and river safaris. Throughout the trip, you'll travel between the inland rainforests to the sun-kissed beaches of Guanacaste Province—and each night you'll relax in the finest luxury accommodations in the country.

Arenal Volcano
Costa Rica: Natural Highlights Luxury Tour - 6 Days

Even a mere six days is enough time to experience the highlights of Costa Rica. On this brisk itinerary, you'll do just that, visiting both Arenal and Corcovado National Park as well as enjoying waterfall hikes and exotic wildlife safaris. In between all this adventure you'll find time to relax in natural hot springs and enjoy the first-class amenities of your luxury accommodations.

Yoga on the beach in Santa Teresa
Arenal and the Nicoya Peninsula Road Trip- 16 Days

Experience the best of Costa Rica's rainforest, volcanoes, and Pacific beaches during this 16-day self-drive adventure. You'll explore the jungle via suspension bridges and zip-lines, and even have a free day to go whitewater rafting or relax in the charming town of La Fortuna. Then, it's time to head westward to the Nicoya Peninsula where you'll adjust to the laid-back vibes of three quintessential surf towns: Tamarindo, Nosara, and Santa Teresa.