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Canoe Safari

Explore Tamarindo's estuary on a kayak tour, meander through the slow waters shaded by the extensive mangroves and encounter birds, iguanas and maybe a cayman basking on the sun-drenched banks.

Witches Rock Zip Line


One of the best ways to explore the enchanting realms of the forest is via a canopy tour. For thrill seekers and nature lovers alike, the tour offers 23 platforms and lasts about 2 hours.

Tempisque River Tour

Enjoy a scenic drive through towns and fields of sugar cane on the way to the river. Upon boarding the covered boat, meander through canals spotting birds, monkeys, iguanas and crocodiles basking on the sun-drenched riverbanks. Included is a wonderful Costa Rican lunch

Target species being Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, and Pacific Sailfish. Between the three species, there's usually action all year long. Other fish that help pick up the slack if the billfish aren't biting are Dorado (Mahi-mahi), Wahoo, and Roosterfish.  

Guachipelin Adventures
Scuba Diving

Get your adrenalin pumping by Inner Tube Riverafting on the Rio Negro or zip lining on the Canyon Canopy Tour. At the end of the day enjoy Simbiosis Spa, experience the healing energy of volcanic water pools and the natural mud from the hot boiling ponds.

Excellent dive sites include the Isla Santa Catalina and Isla Murcielago. Enjoy turtles, eels, and huge schools of pelagic fish, and massive schools of Rays and Pacific Giant Mantas. For the thrill seeker the most famous for the encounters you can have is with  large bull shark!

Rincon De La Vieja

Listed in Conde Nast's top 4 golf resorts in the world, Reserva Conchal golf course is a Robert Trent Jones II design that has a mix of easy and tough holes. What makes this course special is the mix of rainforest and ocean scenery.

The wildlife is amazing and exciting; Howler Monkeys and White-Faced Monkeys may visit the boat. There are iguanas, lots of cocodiles, numerous species of birds, and tiny bats. The Costa Rican lunch at a family owed little restaurant is great way to end the tour.


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