- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Hotel pickup Available
- Duration: 3 Days
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Traveler pickup is offered
From hotel lobby at 6:30am
Juan Santamaria Intl Airport, San Jose Costa Rica
Puerto Limón, XXRF+X37, Av. 2, Limón, Costa Rica369V+XQQ Pitahay.. read more
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Cancellation Policy : This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
OverviewOn this tour you will enjoy and learn a lot of the Afro carribean culture that we have on Limon
This will be a tour of three days and two night, the hotel is included on the price, we will pick you and drop you on your hotel in San Jose
On this tour you will visit
Day: Pick you from hotel at 6:30am, on the road you will see the national park Braulio Carrillo, it's a great experience to see a lot of nature, we will make the sloth sanctuary tour at 11am, then you will have the afternoon free on Cahuita, there you can make the walk if you want on the national park, or only walk and enjoy of this beatiful city
Day: Jaguar rescue center on Puerto Viejo Limon, then you will have the afternoon free on Puerto Viejo a great pleace to swim
Day: Visit Manzanillo beach, will be there untill 2pm, them will be going back to San Jose.
Know More about this tour
You will have the opportunity to enjoy and learn more about the rich flora and fauna of the Caribbean slope of Costa Rica in the only one reserve with an unique rehabilitation center for Sloths. The center take care of dozens of this animals and during the tour, you will have the opportunity to learn about their ecology, behaviour, habitat, population status and many other facts about this species. This center is located in a beautiful rain forest with more than 200 acres of land, where you will enjoy beside the sloths, monkeys, iguanas and 255 species of colourful birds. During a nature walk into the rain forest, learn about medicinal plants. Imagine discovering new fragrances, new flavours and the origins of some that you have already experienced, but have not known much about -and doing this in the middle of the exuberant rainforest, surrounded by an intense array of wild leaves and flowers. Imagine learning about an almost unbelievable diversity of plants, and tasting exotic fruits that you didnt even know existed. The birds benefit from all this diversity that supports a proliferation of wild birds in the area, including the gorges Toucans and dozens of tanagers Walking through the rain forest without a naturalist guide would be overwhelming, so you will be accompanied by a one of our guides, who will make the forest come alive for you.
Second day:Jaguar rescue center
A unique experience to interact with wild animals from Costa Rica while, supporting a good cause. The Jaguar Rescue Center, is a non-profit Organization, that works on rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals, and its future release into the wild, always in protected areas. Visitors have direct their contact with monkeys, wild cats, sloths, racoons, anteaters, marsupials, reptiles, amphibians, etc. You can also observe all the venomous snakes of Costa Rica which are housed in terrariums imitating their natural habitat.
Third day:Manzanillo beach and then go back to San Jose
The village of Manzanillo has long been off the beaten track, even since the paved road arrived in 2003. This is as far as you can go along the coastal road towards Panama. This little town remains a vibrant outpost of Afro-Caribbean culture and has also remained pristine, thanks to the 1985 establishment of the Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge, which includes the village and imposes strict regulations on regional development.
2 nights accommodation
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Round-trip private transfer
Hotel with AC and pool included
Entry/Admission - Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica
Food and drinks
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
Not wheelchair accessible
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Guides required to regularly wash hands