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Rain Forest Adventure 3 in 1

Price: ............... $99.00 U.S.D.
Departure Time 7:00 a.m. approx
Length of tour: 11 hours approx.

3 en 1 One Day Tour

Drive to Sarapiquí area, through the extraordinary rain forest of Braulio Carrillo National Park, one of the most important rainforest reserves of Costa Rica.  On arrival to Sarapiqui, a beautiful area known for its impressive natural richness, you will board a boat for a relaxing ride on the Sarapiqui River where you will feel in close contact with nature and admire the inspiring surroundings.

After the boat ride you will continue with a walk on Selva Verde eco lodge’s private trails which are a heaven for nature enthusiasts, hikers, bird and wildlife watchers. Following lunch and on route to San Jose, a visit to the famous Rainforest Aerial Tram is included, for a ride on a gondola through the tree canopy in company of a naturalist guide that will talk to you about the wonderful rainforest.

The Rain Forest Aerial Tram – Atlantic is a 475-hectares (1,200-acre) private reserve that shares a 10 km border with Braulio Carrillo National Park, constituting a buffer zone between the park and farming lands.


Tour includes
- Transportation
- Bilingual guide (English/Spanish)
- Boat ride on the Sarapiqui River
- Guided walk on Selva Verde Trails
- Rain Forest Aerial Tram Tour
- Lunch

- Comfortable clothes and shoes
- Hat
- Sun block
- Insect repellent
- Camera




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Users Reviews

TOUR, 3 IN 1

The day was great. Our tour guide was really friendly and spoke slow and easy Spanish so I understood everything. He also explained the whole day things about Costa Rica, its flora and fauna, food all what you wanted to know.

At first we went to the River Sarapiqui and took a boat. We saw a lot of iguanas, monkeys, birds, lizards and even a turtle and bats. It was so quiet on the river and local kids played on the beach and monkeys pretended to be gorillas with their sound.

Then we went to walk to Selva Verde and saw a lot of beautiful flowers, interesting plants and some colorful frogs which turned to be poisonous but they were so pretty. Our guide told us information from so many plants and I learnt a lot. Then we went to eat out lunch in Selva Verde Lodge restaurant and the food was fabulous. Every one of us liked so much and I can still remember the taste of that fish that I ate.

After lunch we went to our third part of the day, telefrico tour. That was just what we needed after eating, sat there while the guide told us information about the trees. It was relaxing and the view was awesome. After that we took a walk and saw some Costa Rican snakes and frogs but safely behind the window and then we continued to butterfly garden. There were so many butterflies and even some frogs too to our glad. On the way back to San José we started to think how much we had learnt during that day and happy that we did that tour.

Henna, Finland.2009

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