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Whale and Dolphin Tour in Drake Bay
"Costa Rica enjoys the longest season of Humpback Whales in the world as we get migrations from both North and South America who swim thousands of miles to have their babies and breed here. Pods of hundreds and even thousands of several species of dolphin productive tropical waters here. It is truly one of the best places to experience dolphins and whales as we have so many different species throughout the year. Many guests who interact with dolphins and whales experience changes in their spiritual awareness intense joy emotional release and deep relaxation. This is the Love and Magic that the Dolphins and Whales brings when you come to them with a pure and open heart.Because of the love for the marine life here and the unfortunate threat of commercial fishing t this tour is dedicated to research conservation and education through our MPA for OSA campaign and in partnership with other international and national organizations. This tour is a public campaign so that YOU can be a part of helping the organization to protect these waters."
From $115.00
Selvatura Park Canopy Tour
"Your canopy tour guides start by harnessing you with all the appropriate equipment after which they will lecture you on all the safety procedures to enjoy this amazing adventure with our “Safety First."" The tour will take approximately be this is the one for you.""""If you are looking for an extreme Costa Rica canopy adventure and an amazing ride Selvatura Park’s Canopy Tour is your best choice.The tour usually takes between 2.5 and 3 hours and can be done by adventurers from ages 4 and older. It is a safe adventure for everyone although restrictions may apply."title=Highlights&1=Enjoy+fantastic+aerial+views&2=See+native+wildlife+in+their+natural+environment&3=All+necessary+equipment+included&4=All+taxes%2C+fuel+surcharges+and+service+fees+included""
From $50.00
Butterfly Garden Tour in Monteverde
"Venture into exploring a different world. A world in which a controlled climate provides the best temperature (82.4º F or 28º C) for its inhabitants to feel in paradise. Explore a community that gathers more than 20 species of butterflies where you can learn about their life cycle their special abilities and behaviors that have helped them evolve throughout thousands of years.On this guided tour you'll received an introduction to Costa Rica's buglife and an orientation to the Gardens themselves. You'll see an up-close experience with a variety of insects and arachnids as well as a look at the rearing chamber where caterpillars are becoming butterflies. Take a guided stroll through 4 unique gardens
From $15.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Corcovado National Park

Off The Beaten Path


Always be on the lookout. As we wearily trudged up the beach under the sweltering equatorial sun, there were new life forms awaiting discovery. This little seahorse washed up and onto the beach. Sure,...
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Off The Beaten Path


So many pelicans. What a sight. Not because pelicans are now uncommon, they are easily seen up and down the California coast, in Baja, Florida, Texas etc., but because these wonderful birds almost...
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Off The Beaten Path


The crested owl. Strictly a nocturnal animal, so what in the world was it doing up and about at 11:30 a.m. as we descended from the jungle back down to the tent camp for a little rest and some...
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While we were staying at Drakes Bay, we had an excursion to Corcovado National Park. Some English folk who were very snooty apparently didn’t want us on the trip with them, so the camp was forced to...
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I outweigh the capuchin by a thirty to one ratio, my brain is far better at solving puzzles, yet I wouldn't last a week in the capuchins habitat (unless I had a great deal of help). But if the...
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Scarlet Macaw

One of the major birds which the English couple and others wanted to see was the Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) in the wild. The Scarlet Macaw is native to humid evergreen forests in the American...
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"A Special Way to Bring In the New Year"
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"Parque Nacional Corcovado"
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"Corcovado National Park - Spectacular"
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"The last frontier."
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"Sirena to Carate Day Hike"
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