Canopy & Zip-line
The Canopy tour is one of the safest and most thrilling adventures of all time; open the door for you to explore the marvels of forest from its canopies. Visitors can enjoy the forest and get the chance to see some of the world’s most amazing and beautiful flora and fauna. There are many places to do Zip-line; the best areas are Arenal, Monteverde and Manuel Antonio.
This tour is 100% geared for people that enjoy Bird Watching. On this tour you’ll see around 200 bird species, including the Quetzal, Jilguero, Rualdo, Alcon, Mosqueteros and many more. The best places to see birds are Arenal, Monteverde, Guanacaste, zona de los Santos and Corcovado.
Enjoy the most unforgettable tour; you can do ATV on mountains, forest or on the beach, where you’ll enjoy the flora and fauna in their natural habitat. Tours are guided by qualified trail experts, with locations throughout Costa Rica. TV tours is a safe and exciting way to discover the magnificent landscapes of Costa Rica; Some of the best places to ride ATV are Arenal, Tamarindo, Manuel Antonio, and Jacó, Tamarindo.
Snorkeling & Kayaking
You will experience one of Costa Rica’s most striking coastlines – by open-seat ocean kayak. This challenging yet gratifying ocean kayaking adventure is for you. The best snorkeling spots as you experience three small but growing, active, and astounding coral reef systems nestled. Many islands, reefs, caves, and rocks lie off the coast of Costa Rica, providing excellent spots for underwater exploration.
Authentic coffee plantations, where a specialized tour guide, very knowledgeable and full of information, will make this tour a special learning experience. You will hear about the history of the coffee farm, its owners, its geographic location, the traditional coffee growing methods, and also the coffee brewing tradition of ‘chorrear’. You can do Coffee Tour in Heredia, Alajuela, Naranjo, Arenal, Monteverde and Zona de los Santos.
Perhaps Costa Rica’s finest Pacific coastal diving, the waters surrounding Caño Island Biological Reserve can be best described as an undersea garden of spectacular rock and coral formations. Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced diver, the variety of dive sites and rich, colorful, abundant marine life will amaze you. An underwater photographer’s delight, scuba among large schools of colorful reef fish, or observe from a distance the large pelagic that frequent these waters. With water visibility ranging from 35-90 ft. year round, watch giant manta rays glide effortlessly overhead or barracuda and white-tip reef sharks cruise the coral reef below. Also is recommended Ocotal Beach in Guanacaste.
The best surfing from December to April can be found anywhere along the northern peninsula (Nicoya) or on the Caribbean. Tamarindo is growing as the number one tourist destination in Costa Rica. It is internationally known for its excellent conditions for surf and it is in the center of many great surfing secret spots to include: Playa Grande, Playa Negra, and Playa Avellanas. Tamarindo , Nosara, Santa Teresa & Mal Pais, Playa Hermosa/Jaco, Manuel Antonio, Dominical, Matapalo, Pavones, Puerto Viejo are the best beaches to practice Surf.
Waterfall Rappelling is also known as canyoning is fun, safe and exciting, surrounding by the most magnificent landscapes of Costa Rica. The sport involves a controlled descent down a rock face using a secured rope. The descent is within boundaries of a waterfall, making it a memorable. No experience is needed.
White Water Rafting
For a whole day of pure fun and adventure, WhiteWater Rafting is your best choice. Class II-III is perfect tour for all nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and people who are looking for an easy rafting adventure. Class III-IV is for adventurous.Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this rafting trip will guarantee to get your adrenaline pumping! You can do White Water Rafting in Pacuare River, the most scenic river in Costa Rica, Sarapiqui River, Balsa River in Arenal, Savegre and Naranjo River in Manuel Antonio and Tenorio River in Guanacaste.
You can do this adventure activity in Monteverde. At this platform of 143 meters, take a deep breath and jump into space. The rush is unbelievable especially for all adrenaline junkies. It moves back and forth across cables that are suspended unbelievably high across a beautiful valley. Jumping is relatively safe, undergoing strict safety checks.
Stand up Paddle
Stand up paddle boarding is becoming more popular in Costa Rica and if you’re not much of a surfer but still want to get out in the water, SUP is one way to go. It’s a good workout for your whole body and a fun way to enjoy the Costa Rican waters. You can do Stand-up paddle in Arenal lake, and Guanacaste Beaches.
If you are looking for relaxation, tranquility and peace, Yoga is the best way to do that. Costa Rica has incredible places to stay, in harmony with mother nature. Almost every town offers yoga sessions. Mountain or Beach both places are the perfect scenery to get relax and feel charged up with positive energy.
Much of Costa Rica’s biodiversity exists in the forest canopy. Aerial trams offer incredible insight into life above the forest floor, combining a peaceful ride, picturesque scenery, and knowledgeable guides to create an unforgettable journey above the treetops. You can go on Aerial Tram near Braulio Carrillo National Park, Caribbean side, Jaco in the central pacific, Arenal and Monteverde.
Turtles come together in massive groups during nesting. Most females return to the same beach each time they are ready to nest. After an adult female sea turtle nests, she returns to the sea, leaving her nest and the eggs within it to develop on their own. In the Caribbean Coast, Tortuguero National Park in the most important nesting site for the green turtle, during July to October you can see this natural phenomenon. There are other places in Pacific to observe Olive Ridley and giant Leatherback Turtles, such as Ostional Wildlife Refuge, arribadas from May through November. Las Baulas National Park, arribadas from mid-October through mid-February.