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Celeste River Day

Description

This hiking excursion in the Tenorio National Park to the Rio Celeste waterfall lasts approximately 2 hours, which is surrounded by a sublime tropical forest. You will discover the sumptuous turquoise color of Rio Celeste river and the wild animals. This tour is ideal for nature lovers. The length of the circuit is approximately 4 to 5km. Then we proceed to visit the sloth farm, which is a journey of approximately 40 minutes. And finally, if time and weather conditions permit, you will visit the Llanos de Cortés Waterfall.
The visit includes: Private transportation with air conditioning, bilingual tour guide, drinks, entrance to the Tenorio Volcano National Park and lunch.

Departure time: 7:30 a.m.
Return time: 4:30 p.m.
What to Bring: Comfortable clothes and walking shoes. Raincoat, insect repellent, bathing suit and camera

Starts from - Minimum: 3 people

$130 per person

Private Tours Papagayo

This fantastic modern and luxurious Fountain Pajot 2006 Bahia model sailing catamaran, offering private and regular trips for clients staying in Papagayo, as well as Tamarindo, Flamingo, Conchal, JW Marriot, Las Catalinas, Sugar Beach, Rui Guanacaste and Riu Palace and Paddock. The perfect escape with spectacular views with all the comfort and fun necessary to make your trip unforgettable. This is the perfect trip for a family or a group of friends. It has four large double cabins. We combine water sports, recreation and luxury, which includes comfort. Includes Fresh and delicious snacks (fries, dips, fresh chicken skewers, vegetable salad and rice with beans and vegetables, fresh fruit, fruit juice, soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, water, beer and fruit juice) We have that extra effort to focus on nature, such as watching sea turtles, dolphins, maybe even whales during whale seasons, snorkeling, and kayaking.
Morning tour 8:00 to 12:00 Sunset tour 14:00 to 18:00

Private Tours Playas del Coco

• Our catamaran excursion through the Gulf of Papagayo is inescapable.
• Sail silently along the Papagayo golf course on our 34-foot catamaran excursion, passing exotic bays and beaches.
• Enjoy the ocean with a fresh tropical drink prepared and served by our crew.
• Explore the seas in search of dolphins, sea turtles, flying fish, or, if you’re lucky, even a jumping whale. • • Snorkel in the bay while the crew prepares a feast of salami, cheeses, ham, fruit ciabatta bread, pico de gallo, guacamole, and dessert.
• What to bring: swimsuit, sandals, camera, cloth and sunscreen.
Morning tour 8:00 to 12:00 Sunset tour 14:00 to 18:00

Private Tour Tamarindo

Beautiful 42 ft Lagoon Catamaran with a maximum capacity for 20 people
• Discover the wonders of the sea while snorkeling, sunbathe on the beach and contemplate an impressive sunset.
• We offer a unique experience. You will have a full meal and open bar. The only thing you need to bring is your own towel and a lot of illusion.
• You will be able to see whales, dolphins, turtles, rays and many other types of wildlife.
• We stop at a secluded bay where you can jump in and cool off in the ocean and then explore a remote beach.
• Then come back on board and have lunch overlooking the ocean, choose one of our various menu options.
• Finish your day contemplating an incredible sunset.
• Special menu available at an extra price
Half day from 12:30 to 18:00 Stars from $ 820
Full day from 10 to 18:00 Stars from $ 1020

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• Our catamaran excursion in the Gulf of Papagayo is inevitable.
• Cruise silently along the Papagayo Golf Course on our 65ft catamaran excursion, past exotic bays and beaches.
• Enjoy the ocean with a cool tropical drink prepared and served by our crew.
• Explore the seas in search of dolphins, sea turtles, flying fish or, if you’re lucky, even a jumping whale. • Snorkel the bay as the crew cooks up a feast of chicken or pasta salad, fruit, fries, pico de gallo, guacamole, and homemade chocolate chip cookies.
• What to bring: swimsuit, sandals, camera, cloth and sunscreen.
Departure: 1:15 p.m. Return: 5:50 p.m.
Every day in Playas del Coco or Tamarindo