Riding: Horseback riding is the perfect
way to discover the natural wonders of Costa Rica.
Tours available throughout the country.
Sunset Cruise: Tamarindo Beach offers sailing up
the coastline to a beautiful cove for some
snorkeling and swimming. They provide fresh fruit,
snack foods and even sandwiches, soft drinks, beer,
bottled water, run punch and wine upon request. The
tour returns after the sunset.
Spa: Treatments are offered throughout the
country and generally at very reasonable prices.
or Zip-line Tours: Experience the tropical
forest from the viewpoint of butterflies, monkeys,
iguanas, birds, and the rest of the tree dwellers.
Tours are available throughout the beach areas.
Kayaks: Located outside the beach town of Jacó.
Britt Coffee Tour: Located in San José Enjoy,
learn, laugh and savor life's little indulgences
through the eyes of the experts. The world of Costa
Palo Verde Crocodile Safari: Monkeys, Birds and
Crocodiles, Oh My! This adventure is a MUST! Enjoy
the Tempisque River bordering the Palo Verde
National Park, which protects over 33,000 acres and
is known for its ecological diversity, preserving
wetlands and providing a refuge for a myriad of
wildlife. Board a covered riverboat for a 2-hour
ride down the slow moving Tempisque River. But, be
on the lookout and ready to shot those one of a kind
photos. Over 300 bird species have been recorded.
Verde & Guaitil Combo: Add a detour to the
Chorotegan town of Guaitil to see how the famous
Costa Rican ceramics are made. After your wildlife
tour on the Tempisque you can make a stop at Guaitil.
Experience the Costa Rican culture from its roots.
Stop for a cup of coffee in a traditional
cooperative in the town of Santa Cruz and continue
on to the town of Guaitil. See the last decedents of
the Mayans (Chorotegas) continue their tradition of
making handmade pottery from the natural clays of
the earth and have the opportunity to purchase
irreplaceable handmade Costa Rican pottery directly
from the artist.