Tours

Costa Rica is a diverse and exciting country, and we try to capture that essence with our tours. Below you will find a few of our tours and activities. Please go over them and let us know if you have any questions, comments or would like us to personalize your tour.

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This super easy and extremely fun adventure is our most popular tour. Join us for a laidback, family friendly adventure with unrivaled scenery.


Zip-line down to the Colorado river and then tackle its super fun class II and III rapids. In between rapids leisurely explore the river canyons and their beauty.


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This is one of the few ATV tours taking place entirely in a private farm. So skip the dusty public road riding and start exploring from the get-go.


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Looking for a real adrenaline rush? Look no further than to one of the highest, fastest and most extreme adventures in the Monteverde.

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For the most adventurous, Hacienda Guachipelin offers a day packed with adventure activities like river tubbing, rappelling, zip lining and horseback riding.


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See the most iconic sight in Costa Rica - Arenal Volcano. A gentle giant surrounded by lush tropical forests, exotic hot springs and extreme zip lines.


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With its colorful, colonial city of Granada, its active Masaya Volcano and its lively open-air markets, the Nicaragua Day Tour is a window to bygone years.


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Cruise along a river surrounded by the local wildlife. Spot huge crocodiles, white faced monkeys, lizards, iguanas and a large variety of water birds.

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Walk a beautiful network of tropical forest trails through this enchanting mountain, all leading to crystal clear ponds, waterfalls and hot spring pools.


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Explore and discover the sounds and sights of a tropical cloud forest at night. The perfect chance to see wildlife only few people can see.


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Travel over 20 kilometers (12.5 mi.) and experience over 22 class III and IV rapids in the Tenorio River. Then wrap it all up with a 12-foot waterfall drop.