If planning on taking a hiking tour it is recommended that you bring quick drying athletic clothing and secure sport sandals or water shoes and lots of water. The average temperature can reach 90° F (30 ° C) along the trails and it is extremely humid so we recommend at least 2 liters of water per person.
For a unique and fascinating view of the rain forest at night, the nighttime tour is a must. Starting after 7pm, this amazing night tour will show you a completely new world of rare nocturnal wildlife such as brightly colored tree frogs, tailless scorpions, Bolivian wandering spiders, red-eyed tree snakes, owl butterflies, praying mantis and sleeping hummingbirds.
$50 per person
The trip begins with a 2 hour hike through primary forest to a stunning waterfall. You will be able to swim in the pool beneath the waterfall before beginning a leisurely float down the river, taking approximately 1½ hours, finally reaching the Rio Claro beach. A short 30 minute hike will take you to San Josecito beach, and from there a boat ride back to the hotel.
$145 per person
Drake Bay is an especially rich area for bird watching with over 400 species calling the surrounding rain forest and coastline home, such as the red-capped manakin, scarlet macaw, and black-mandibled toucan, You’ll even spot birds that are endemic to the area such as the yellow-billed cotinga, black-cheeked ant-tanager, Baird’s trogon, turquoise cotinga, and the mangrove hummingbird.
$50 per person
(minimum 2 people)