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Costa Rica Tours

Throughout your tour you are in the hands of a qualified tour guide. An ICT trained guide will tell you about the flora and fauna around you.

1)  Rio Celeste Tour
Lasting 4 hours, this is a trek by trails to see the stunning Rio Celeste – a river that changes colour due to a chemical reaction produced by sodium, calcium carbonate, copper and sulphates.

Come and enjoy this wonder of nature, unique in the world. The green of the rainforest makes for perfect harmony with the blue of the river especially at an enchanting waterfall.

2)  Manuel Antonio Tour
Manuel Antonio National Park was established in 1972 when the people of Costa Rica decided to preserve, for future generations, one of the most beautiful and bio-diverse areas in the world. Although it is the country's smallest national park, the stunning beauty and diversity of wildlife in its 683 hectares is unequalled.

Manuel Antonio contains a charming combination of rain forest, beaches and coral reefs. The beaches are some of the most beautiful in the country, lined with lush forest, and the snorkelling is excellent too. The forest is home for sloths, iguanas, the rare and adorable squirrel monkeys and millions of colourful little crabs. The trail that winds around Punta Catedral affords some spectacular views.

3)  Cano Negro Tour
Just sit and watch the huge variety of wildlife by boat in almost touching distance away on the Frio River, the centre of the wetlands. Your tour guide will show you some of the oldest species of mammals on earth along with a huge variety birds. Depending on the time of year you may see migrating birds on their stop over.

4)  Arenal Volcano
Costa Rica’s most active volcano, known for breathtaking vistas and outstanding views

5)  Volcan Poas Tour
Poás volcano is a powerful symbol of the geothermal forces that formed Costa Rica. When the mist and clouds part you will see the sulphuric, bubbling, green rain fed lake at the bottom, surrounded by smoke and steam rising from fumaroles. Water from the lake is constantly seeping through cracks in the hot rock, evaporating and building pockets of steam. When the pressure in these pockets exceeds the weight of the water above, the steam breaks through in geysers that rocket up to 820 feet (250 meters) high. Don\'t worry about getting a shower though, the crater is 1,050 feet (320 meters) deep. At almost a mile (1.6 km) across it\'s also the largest active crater in the world.

6)  Tortuguero National Park Tour
This is one of the few national parks where walking is not necessarily the best way to see things. We normally go by boat. The park was an archipelago of volcanic islands until alluvial sediments from the mountains, filled in the spaces and formed a network of marshy islands. Sand deposits from the river have piled up close to the sea providing ideal turtle nesting beaches. The exceptionally high rainfall and rich environment within the beaches, canals, lagoons and wetlands produces exceptional biodiversity and opportunity for nature lovers.

These are our most popular destinations but other National Parks can be incorporated into your itinerary

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