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Ecotourism
Hiking ︱ Waterfalls ︱ Bird Whatching ︱ Hanging Bridges ︱ National Parks ︱ Night Hike

Hiking

"Pure nature"


   Costa Rica is the home of approximately 4% of the species of the world, one of the 20 countries with the highest biodiversity. This richness of flora and fauna is enjoyed in 6 trails for all ages within the primary tropical forest.


Waterfalls

"Jewels of the Rincon de la Vieja"



SALITRAL Waterfall


     A hike of 30 minutes through the tropical forest, passing by the beautiful waterfall until you reach the thermal waters.

Waterfalls

AZUFRADA, TOBOGÁN & SALITRAL


     It is horseback riding tour (2 ½ hours) or a walking tour (3-4 hours) within the forest with green spaces in the volcano’s foothills. You see birds and animals, you go by a sulfur mine, a small water slide of natural water with a pool, where you can take a dip, and the spectacular fall of water on rocks in the Salitral Waterfalls.


Bird Whatching

"The entire year"


   In the surroundings of the ecolodge, a variety of birds enchant with their feathers and melodies. The tour incorporates hanging bridges and trails. (From 1 to 2 hours).


Hanging Bridges

"Experience from the altitude"


     It is a nice experience of enjoying the primary tropical forest on 16 bridges at a maximum height of 20 meters (1 hour).


Rincón de la Vieja & Santa Rosa National Parks

"Unique places: dry forest and fumaroles."


      They are part of the Guanacaste Conservation Area (ACG), Patrimony Site of Humanity (UNESCO). It is a biogeographical block than represents approximately 2% of the country and 13% of Guanacaste. It has approximately 335.000 species of land organisms, which is equivalent to 2.6% of the world’s biodiversity; here there are more land species that all the species together of the north of Mexico, United States and Canada.


Night Hike

"Through the trails and hanging bridges"


   The richness of the tropical forest’s ecosystems, they are the home of a diverse and abundant number of night wild life, a nice opportunity to observe the night creatures.