Tours

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  • Catamaran snorkeling and sailing tour

    From: $9500

    Overview

    Enjoy a morning sail on the Pacific looking for dolphins, whales, mating turtles and flying fish or relax as the sun sets over the Pacific horizon on the afternoon sunset cruise.  After you get underway, you will motor sail past some of the many pristine beaches along the coast.  Snorkel, relax or try your luck by casting a line.

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  • ATV Tour

    From: $6000

    Overview

    Hit the Monkey Trail! Ride along on your own ATV or share one with a friend if you don’t want to drive or don’t have a license. Guides start by giving you clear instructions on how to drive the ATV’s and providing safety gear before taking off on the back roads into the Guanacaste hillsides. Pass by melon fields, search for monkeys, birds and other wildlife and make a stop at a beautiful waterfall when road conditions permit.

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  • Borinquen Adventure Tour

    From: $16500

    Overview

    This great day tour up through the Rincón de la Vieja area dry forest. Spend the day in this natural playground soaring high above the tree tops on a canopy zip line, horseriding through the the denser and taller forest as you climb up the mountain side to the canopy and relaxing with a healing volcanic mud bath, saunas and hot springs. Relax at the end of the day poolside at one of the onsite cool pools.

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  • Tenorio river white water rafting (Class III-IV)

    From: $15500

    Overview

    The beautiful Tenorio River provides a pristine and gorgeous backdrop for this adrenaline-packed rafting tour. The wild ride down the narrow Tenorio River in four-man rafts is filled with excitement. Monkeys and birds can be seen between runs through the thrilling white-water rapid. A walk-around is provided for rafters who don’t want to try the big drop!

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  • Tempisque River Monkey Safari

    From: $10500

    Overview

    To visit Tempisque River is to live an unforgettable experience because you can observe and photograph an impressive variety of wild animals in their natural habitat. You can learn about the different species that live in the park, their feeding habits, see how they are raised and how they live freely in their natural surroundings.

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  • Zip-Line Canopy Tour

    From: $6500

    Overview

    This tour will leave you smiling from ear to ear.  This is great fun and will get your adrenaline pumping as you enjoy the beauty of the forest and look for wildlife. This easy, yet exhilarating and exciting experience has you zipping through the tree tops. If you’re lucky, the Howler Monkeys will come out and see you zip by at some point during the tour. Guides will accompany young children in tandem, and if necessary go with an adult who needs hand-holding. Age and weight are generally not a factor.

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  • Max Adventure Adrenaline

    From: $15500

    Overview

    Colorado River Rafting tour combo, excitement for the entire family. Enjoy the beautiful gardens and the majestic creation of the canyon. You will enjoy a full day of exciting adventure activities of horseback riding, white water tubing, zip line canopy, rappelling, climbing a natural rock wall through the impressive Canyon of the Colorado River. Experience a Canopy Tour mixed with observation platforms and hanging bridges that will make the trip.

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  • Miravalles Natural Wonder

    From: $15000

    Overview

    Often called the Yellowstone of Costa Rica, stands at 6,653 feet and is the highest peak in the Guanacaste Mountains (Cordillera de Guanacaste). The scenic drive from your hotel will take you through rolling hills to this hidden gem, a natural wonder located near base of Miravalles Volcano. Although a dormant volcano, Miravalles has earned protective status due to its surrounding tropical vegetation and geological activity: steam spewing fishers, sulfur springs, and bubbling mud pools. An underground reservoir is the site of a geothermal energy plant at Las Hornillas that converts resident steam to electricity.

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