Veragua Rainforest Aerial Tram plus Tortuguero Canals
Less than 1 hour away, Veragua Rainforest is the ultimate Costa Rica tourism attraction that offers everything you want to experience in the authentic rainforest! Enjoy a day of discovery and adventure in the wondrous 3,400-acre Veragua Rainforest mountain reserve which National Geographic Traveler called “The Cream of the Cream of the Rainforest”. Surrounded by 100% rainforest, our private reserve borders the spectacular La Amistad International Park (“Friendship International Park”), the largest nature reserve in Central America.
Your tour includes interactive live exhibits of snakes, frogs, and butterflies in an unparalleled set up, walking trails, an open air gondola ride through the rainforest canopy, a spectacular waterfall, and a real science station where you can see researchers discovering new species.
With world class facilities, astonishing natural beauty, and a commitment to conservation and scientific research, Veragua Rainforest is the place to visit if you want to get the most complete, exciting, and educational Costa Rican rainforest experience.
Then will lead you through the living jungle that stretches over the narrow canals, formed by the rivers born in the high mountains, making their way to the sea.
Common sightings here are monkeys, crocodiles, iguanas and sloths. The canals are also considered a bird watcher’s paradise, so keep your eyes open! The canals of Tortuguero are without a doubt one of the main attractions in Costa Rica, and this is a unique opportunity to experience this natural wonder. You will pass through some of the country’s most fertile areas and learn about Costa Rica’s main agricultural products. Along the way, you will see cocoa plantations and ornamental flowers.
The boat ride will take about 1 hour, after this we will be taking you for a city tour that will show you our entire Caribbean coast
On this tour you will see
This tour include
- Entrance fee
- Pick up and drop off
- $145 per person
- Bilingual tour guide
- 8 hours