Abenteuerreise Costa Rica Costa Rica

Abenteuerreise Costa Rica

  • Erlebe die eindrucksvolle Tierwelt von Tortuguero
  • Stürze dich in ein Abenteuer am Vulkan Arenal
  • Quetzal - Beobachte mit etwas Glück einen der schönsten und seltensten Vögel der Welt
  • Entspanne an karibischen & pazifischen Stränden
  • Weiße & schwarze Sandstrände von Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
  • Übernachte mitten im Sarapiquí-Regenwald umgeben von den Klängen des Dschungels
  • Natur pur - Genieße die frische Bergluft im Monteverde Nebelwald
  • Manuel Antonio Nationalpark - Traumstrände, Natur & Tierwelt im kleinsten Nationalpark Costa Ricas
  • Traditionelles Mittagessen auf einer Kaffeeplantage
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen

16 Tage Costa Rica

ab 1.329 € Anfragen oder buchen

Erlebe bei dieser Abenteuerreise durch Costa Rica die Naturschönheiten dieses wundervollen Landes in Zentralamerika. Costa Rica ist ein Naturparadies! Im Verhältnis zu seiner Landesgröße bietet es den größten Anteil an Naturschutzgebieten auf unserer Erde. Auf dieser Rundreise mit Abenteuercharakter zeigen wir dir die schönsten Ecken des Landes und unternehmen verschiedene Aktivitäten: Bootstour in den Tortuguero Nationalpark, Übernachtung in einer rustikalen Lodge im Sarapiquí Regenwald, La Fortuna & Vulkan Arenal, die Nebelwälder von Monteverde, Manuel Antonio Nationalpark, Strände der Karibik- und Pazifikküste. Lass dich begeistern von der unglaublichen Vielfältigkeit und Schönheit dieses erstaunlichen Landes. Costa Rica ist nicht nur bekannt für seinen Reichtum an Flora und Fauna, sondern auch als traditionell friedliches Land. Entdecke das wunderschöne Naturparadies Costa Rica auf dieser Erlebnisreise.

1. Tag: San José
2. Tag: San José - Quepos
3. Tag: Quepos
4. Tag: Quepos - Monteverde
5. Tag: Monteverde
6. Tag: Monteverde - La Fortuna
7-8. Tag: La Fortuna
9. Tag: Sarapiquí Regenwald
10. Tag: Sarapiquí Regenwald
11. Tag: Sarapiquí Regenwald - Tortuguero
12. Tag: Tortuguero
13. Tag: Tortuguero - Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
14. Tag: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
15. Tag: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca - San José
16. Tag: San José

Leistungen enthalten

  • Costa Rica Abenteuerreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterbringung und Verpflegung gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen gemäß Reiseverlauf
  • Geführte Nachtwanderung im Nebelwald von Monteverde
  • Übernachtung in Dschungellodge & Ausflüge in Sarapiquí
  • Führung auf einer unterstützten Kaffee-Kooperative mit Mittagessen

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Reiseversicherungen
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
  • Flughafentransfers

Unterbringung

10x Mittelklasse-Hotel
3x einfaches Hotel
2x Standard-Lodge
Die Unterbringung in den Hotels erfolgt im halben Doppelzimmer bzw. tlw. Mehrbettzimmer. Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit einem/einer weiteren gleichgeschlechtlichen Reiseteilnehmer/in. Ein Einzelzimmer ist auf Wunsch gegen Aufpreis buchbar (außer in den Nächten 9 und 10).

Sarapiquí: Die Anreise auf Naturstraßen kann beschwerlich sein. Die Unterkunft ist einfach und ohne Elektrizität, bietet jedoch ein einmaliges Erlebnis inmitten der Stimmen und Klänge des Regenwalds. Während des Aufenthalts übernachtest du in Mehrbettzimmern.

Verpflegung

4x Frühstück, 4x Mittagessen, 4x Abendessen
Plane USD 530-690 für nicht inbegriffene Mahlzeiten ein. Einige Mahlzeiten sind nicht enthalten um dir Flexibilität bei der Wahl der Mahlzeiten und die Möglichkeit zu geben, die einheimische Küche kennenzulernen.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter, lokale Tourguides

Transportarten

Minibus, Zu Fuß, Boot, Traktor, öffentlicher Bus

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne!

Flughafentransfer

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne!

Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

  • Einzelzimmer-Zuschlag (Aufpreis: 569 €)
  • Costa Rica Adrenaline Bundle (Aufpreis: 130 €)
  • Manuel Antonio Katamarantour (Aufpreis: 69 €)
Folgende Ausflüge kannst du direkt zusammen mit der Reise buchen:

Costa Rica Adrenaline Bundle
Canyoning (halbtägig, Arenal) Mit Abseilen, Klettern, Rutschen und Springen von schwindelerregenden Wasserfällen gelangst du durch die Schluchten in den üppigen Regenwäldern um Costa Ricas Vulkan Arenal.
Ziplining (halbtägig, Monteverde) Erlebe den Regenwald aus der Vogelperspektive, während du auf einer Tarzan-Schaukel, einem hohen Abseil-Parkour und einer 137 Meter hohen Zip-Line durch die Baumkronen flitzt.

Manuel Antonio Katamarantour
Fahre in einem 30 m Katamaran entlang der Pazifikküste von Costa Rica und erlebe dabei den üppig grünen Dschungel und die beeindruckenden Landschaften, für die Manuel Antonio berühmt ist. Halte Ausschau nach den verspielten Delfinen, die hier leben. Danach kannst du bei Zwischenstopps schnorcheln, schwimmen oder auf einer Rutsche vom Boot ins Wasser gleiten. Wenn du mal richtig entspannen und „Pura Vida“ (pures Leben) genießen möchtest, bist du hier genau richtig.

Weitere optionale Aktivitäten stehen dir vor Ort zur Wahl. Gerne informieren wir dich über die Möglichkeiten!
Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise/Aktvitäten jederzeit ändern können.

1. Tag: San José

Arrive at any time. Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting: 1h, 18:00. The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore before your welcome meeting, but make sure you’re back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour. Please note that normal check-in times apply at our start hotels, but you can usually store your luggage for the day if you arrive early.

Unterkunft: Hotel Dunn Inn, San José

2. Tag: San José - Quepos

Travel to Quepos and enjoy a couple days of relaxing and exploring Manuel Antonio National Park.

The small town of Quepos is on the Pacific Coast and this region of Costa Rica is a great place to relax and enjoy the sun and nearby sea. A short distance away, Manuel Antonio National Park offers beautiful white-sand beaches and warm turquoise water, ideal for swimming, fishing, kayaking, boogie boarding, sailing or surfing.

Optional Activities:
Surfing at Manuel Antonio National Park
55-75USD per person. Slather on the sunscreen, strap on a leash, pull on a rash guard, and get ready to hit the waves. Experience the surf at the beaches near Quepos and Manuel Antonio with their left, right, and well-shaped beach breaks. Take a lesson, learn tips and techniques, then hang ten like a local.

Manuel Antonio National Park Visit
16USD per person. ack your sunscreen, snack, beach shoes, and prepare for a great day in Costa Rica’s smallest yet no less stunning national park. Manual Antonio offers four white-sand beaches, separated by jagged rock outcrops and tidal pools. Swim, snorkel, surf, and sunbathe. When you’re all beached out, head to the shade of the nearby hiking trails to search for sloths, monkeys, and armadillos. Climb to the lookout to capture views of the pristine Pacific Ocean and the area’s off-shore islands.

Fahrzeit: ca. 4 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 190 km

Unterkunft: Hotel Villa Romantica, Quepos

3. Tag: Quepos

Enjoy a free day in the Manuel Antonio region to explore and relax. Opt go kayaking through mangroves, take a surf lesson or cruise along the coast on a dolphin-spotting sunset sailing excursion.

Optional Activities:
Fishing
Cast a line and (depending on the season) hope to hook a marlin, sailfish, tuna or dorado (mahi mahi). Fishing in Quepos, north of Manuel Antonio, is Costa Rica’s most popular spot for blue water sport fishing.

Kayaking
69USD per person. Choose to kayak the calm waters of the mangroves or paddle the waves of the Pacific. In the Damas Island estuary, the ocean meets fresh water rivers and creates a protected home for birds, snakes, crocodiles, and white face monkeys. For the more adventurous, opt for an open-seat ocean kayak and paddle along the shoreline and nearby islands, keeping an eye out for frigates, boobies, and jumping fish.

Surfing
55-75USD per person. Slather on the sunscreen, strap on a leash, pull on a rash guard, and get ready to hit the waves. Experience the surf at the beaches near Quepos and Manuel Antonio with their left, right, and well-shaped beach breaks. Take a lesson, learn tips and techniques, then hang ten like a local.

Whitewater Rafting
75-98USD per person

Manuel Antonio National Park Guided Hike
45USD per person. Pack your sunscreen, camera, hiking shoes and bug repellent and prepare for a great day in Costa Rica’s smallest yet biodiverse national park. Manual Antonio offers four white sand beaches, separated by jagged rock outcrops and tidal pools. Head to the shade of the nearby tropical forest in search of sloths, monkeys, armadillos and iguanas. Climb to the lookout to capture views of the pristine Pacific Ocean and the area’s off-shore islands. Learn how the wildlife has adapted to their environment and enjoy your exotic experience.

Manuel Antonio Catamaran Tour
80USD per person. Cruise along the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica aboard a 100ft catamaran, taking in the impressive scenery and lush jungle that has made Manuel Antonio famous. Keep your eyes peeled for playful dolphins who call these waters home before stopping to snorkel, swim, or ride one of the boat's water slides into the ocean. If you're wanting to relax and experience what the locals call Pura Vida (pure life), then look no further.

Unterkunft: Hotel Villa Romantica, Quepos

4. Tag: Quepos - Monteverde

Travel from Quepos to Monteverde and into the cool mountain air of the area. Take an included guided night walk to learn about nocturnal life in the cloud forest firsthand.

Ascend to the Monteverde cloud forest region. Spend a couple of days exploring the town and a cloud forest reserve, truly a bird lover's paradise. This unique community has several cooperatives worth visiting.

Optional activities include the Sky Walk, a series of suspension bridges through the jungle canopy, a butterfly garden and a thrilling canopy zipline.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Guided Cloud Forest Night Walk
Join a naturalist guide for a 1.5-2 hour tour in the cloud forest after dark. Learn more about the habits of the area's nocturnal wildlife including mammals, birds, insects, reptiles, and amphibians, and keep your eyes and ears open on this slow-paced walk. You never know what you might see – it depends on the day and your luck!

Fahrzeit: ca. 6 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 220 km

Unterkunft: Hotel Miramontes Monteverde, Monteverde

5. Tag: Monteverde

Enjoy a free day to explore the cloud forest region of Costa Rica. Opt to fly across canopy ziplines or tour a coffee plantation.

Optional Activities:
Monteverde Butterfly Garden Visit
15USD per person. Get close to butterflies, bump into giant bugs, and make friends with hairy eight-legged spiders in this collection of gardens nestled in the mountains of Monteverde. Observe caterpillars, take prize-worthy photos of the iridescent blue morpho butterfly, and check out the leaf-cutter ant colony. The nature centre is home to 30 species of butterfly, a whole bunch of insects, as well as white-faced monkeys, coatis, motmots, and more.

Ziplining
50USD per person. Buckle up your harness, don your helmet, and prepare to launch. Glide along cables suspended high above the cloud forest canopy. Dare to let go and reach top speeds as you zip past stunning scenery. Forget your fear as you spot a toucans or exotic orchids in this adrenaline-filled experience.

Santa Elena Cloud Forest Guided Tour
35USD per person. Pull on your poncho and boots. It’s time to head into the cloud-covered forest, past over-sized ferns and exotic orchids. Harness your inner Tarzan and Jane as you imagine swinging from the giant vines. Trudge along 12km (7 mi) of trails, watch for wildlife, and trek to the top of the observation tower. Be sure to stop and listen, too. Hear the haunting call of the bellbird and perhaps catch sight of the brilliant green and red resplendent quetzal. Feel good about protecting the forest and sustaining the quality of local schools through payment of your park fees.

Monteverde Hanging Bridges
35USD per person. Get up high to see the tree tops of Monteverde’s Cloud Forest from a bird’s-eye view. Cross a series of hanging bridges to discover what biologists once required (ropes and pulleys) to glimpse the lush, green vista accented by bromeliads, vines, and orchids. Wonder at this wet canopy, home to 90% of all the organisms in the forest, including thousands of species of birds, small animals, amphibians, and insects.

El Trapiche Tour
33USD per person. Step back in time into El Trapiche (the sugar mill), home of three generations of Costa Rican farmers. Explore plantations of sugar cane, coffee, bananas and cacao. Start with a walk through the farm, learn about coffee and cocoa harvesting processes, ride a Costa Rican ox cart, and finally make artisanal sugar cane candy and liquor. Finish the tour with a fragrant cup of coffee made from beans grown right here on the farm!

Frog Pond Visit
14USD per person

Unterkunft: Hotel Miramontes Monteverde, Monteverde

6. Tag: Monteverde - La Fortuna

Travel from Monteverde to La Fortuna. Enjoy free time for optional activities such as whitewater rafting, waterfall rappelling, or relaxing in local hot springs.

La Fortuna, the town near the foot of Arenal Volcano is an excellent base for adventure. Hike the area’s nature trails, swim in chilly La Fortuna waterfall or go canyoneering (rappelling) and catch a bird’s eye view of the forest greenery.

Optional Activities:
Lost Canyon Adventures Canyoning
90USD per person. Hold on tight and get ready to rappel down the face of rushing waterfalls. Fear and fun collide in the rainforest as you throw caution to the monkeys and launch yourself into nature. Get soaked and feel completely alive. Trek through rivers, wobble across a hanging bridge, and keep your eyes peeled for exotic birds and wildlife. Let the action begin!

Kayaking Arenal
62USD per person. Zip up your life jacket, grab a paddle, and get ready to be wowed by beauty in every direction. Admire Arenal Volcano as you kayak the blue-green waters of Lake Arenal, Central America’s second largest lake. Scan the shores for more than 300 species of birds, listen for howler monkeys, and fish for sharp-toothed rainbow bass. Take time to float and soak in the stunning scenery of the rolling hills, secret coves, and sky that stretches forever.

Stand Up Paddle (Lesson and Tour)
62USD per person. Grab a long wide board and show those surfer dudes how it’s done without waves on Lake Arenal with the volcano looming above. Tour picks up from the hotel and includes a tour of the west-end of the Lake while you’re getting the hang of the paddle board. Enjoy the amazing view, with chances to spot wild birds like Great Blue Herons or even Howler Monkeys. Learn more about the area while exploring the lake and snack on some tropical fruit before heading back to the hotel.

Mountain Biking La Fortuna
71USD per person. Rent a bike and head off on a side road along the edge of the Arenal Volcano National Park (toward the town of El Castillo). Bump your way along rough roads, breathe in the clean air, and soak in the spectacular scenery.

La Fortuna Waterfall Swim
15USD per person. Take a walk, taxi, or horse just outside the town of La Fortuna to the nearby waterfall. Once at the gate, pay a fee then start the descent on rough steps (more than 500 of them!) to get to the base of the falls. The water cascades 65m (200 ft) down the side of the dormant Cerro Chato. Sit on the rocks, get sprayed, watch for iridescent blue morpho butterflies and then plunge into the cool waters.

Baldi Hot Springs Soak
58USD per person. Relax in the shadow of the Arenal Volcano immersed in one of the naturally heated pools at Baldi Hot Springs Hotel and Spa. Rejuvenate your muscles, detox your cells, and stimulate all your senses in nature’s thermal spa. Breathe in the pure rainforest air and marvel at the mystic surroundings of these outdoor pools of paradise.

Venado Caves Exploration
76USD per person. Duck your head and enter an underground world formed some 15 million years ago. The Venado Caves are 45 min NW of Fortuna. Ford rivers, crawl through caverns, and marvel at the strange stalactites, stalagmites and subterranean inhabitants including bats, frogs, and spiders. Not ideal if you get anxious in closed spaces. Great for those who want to channel their inner Indiana Jones.

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.

Unterkunft: Hotel Las Flores Fortuna

7-8. Tag: La Fortuna

Enjoy two free days in La Fortuna. Optional activities abound.

Optional activities include full-day whitewater rafting on the Toro or Arenal Rivers, mountain biking, caving, horseback riding, or a tour of the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge. Like much of Costa Rica, the area is a birders’ paradise, with over 600 species as permanent residents. Finally, after a long day of exploring, you can choose to take a relaxing soak at Baldi Hot Springs.

Optional Activities:
La Fortuna Waterfall Swim
15USD per person. Take a walk, taxi, or horse just outside the town of La Fortuna to the nearby waterfall. Once at the gate, pay a fee then start the descent on rough steps (more than 500 of them!) to get to the base of the falls. The water cascades 65m (200 ft) down the side of the dormant Cerro Chato. Sit on the rocks, get sprayed, watch for iridescent blue morpho butterflies and then plunge into the cool waters.

Baldi Hot Springs Soak
58USD per person. Relax in the shadow of the Arenal Volcano immersed in one of the naturally heated pools at Baldi Hot Springs Hotel and Spa. Rejuvenate your muscles, detox your cells, and stimulate all your senses in nature’s thermal spa. Breathe in the pure rainforest air and marvel at the mystic surroundings of these outdoor pools of paradise.

Mountain Biking
71USD per person. Rent a bike and head off along one of the backroads outside of town. Take the road to San Ramon and turn right on the road toward the waterfall. Or take a guided cycling tour and pick one of three routes of varying difficulty.

Whitewater Rafting
61-86USD per person. Pull on your bathing suit and water shoes, don a helmet and prepare to get wet and wild. Guided by expert leaders, paddle through Class II-IV rapids as you raft past spectacular scenery. Feel the burn, work up a sweat, then cool off in the pure river water. Experience the energy and excitement and enjoy!

Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge Tour
60USD per person. Travel north to Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge near the Nicaraguan border. Take a guided tour by covered boat through one of the world’s most important wetlands; home to a vast array of plants, birds, reptiles, fish, and mammals. Keep your eyes peeled and you may see a three-toed sloth or a Jesus Christ lizard.

Venado Caves Exploration
78USD per person. Duck your head and enter an underground world formed some 15 million years ago. The Venado Caves are 45 min NW of Fortuna. Ford rivers, crawl through caverns, and marvel at the strange stalactites, stalagmites and subterranean inhabitants including bats, frogs, and spiders. Not ideal if you get anxious in closed spaces. Great for those who want to channel their inner Indiana Jones.

Gravity Falls Waterfall Jumping
113USD per person. Hold on tight and get ready to rappel down the face of rushing waterfalls. Fear and fun collide in the rainforest as you throw caution to the monkeys and launch yourself into nature. Strapped securely in your harness, descend deep into the canyon, get soaked and feel completely alive. Trek through rivers, wobble across a hanging bridge and keep your eyes peeled for exotic birds and wildlife. Let the action begin!

Lost Canyon Adventures Canyoning
90USD per person. Hold on tight and get ready to rappel down the face of rushing waterfalls. Fear and fun collide in the rainforest as you throw caution to the monkeys and launch yourself into nature. Get soaked and feel completely alive. Trek through rivers, wobble across a hanging bridge, and keep your eyes peeled for exotic birds and wildlife. Let the action begin!

Stand Up Paddle (Lesson and Tour)
62USD per person. Grab a long wide board and show those surfer dudes how it’s done without waves on Lake Arenal with the volcano looming above. Tour picks up from the hotel and includes a tour of the west-end of the Lake while you’re getting the hang of the paddle board. Enjoy the amazing view, with chances to spot wild birds like Great Blue Herons or even Howler Monkeys. Learn more about the area while exploring the lake and snack on some tropical fruit before heading back to the hotel.

Unterkunft: Hotel Las Flores Fortuna

9. Tag: Sarapiquí Regenwald

Enjoy an included visit to asupported coffee cooperative with a local lunch before heading to a jungle oasis in the Sarapiquí Rainforest.

Visit a coffee cooperative in the small village of San Miguel de Sarapiquí and take a traditional coffee tour. Enjoy a local lunch here— there's even fresh tilapia farmed on site— and then tour the grounds of the cooperative to learn about the coffee process from bean to cup.

Next, board a tractor-drawn cart excellent for navigating the jungle along rugged uphill terrain on the way to our special jungle oasis.

Accommodation is in a rustic lodge with multi-share sleeping arrangements, and shared bathroom facilities.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Sarapiquí Jungle Lodge Stay
Spend the night immersed in the rainforest at a unique jungle oasis. The Sarapiquí Valley is home to hundreds of species of animals, birds, and butterflies, and our jungle lodge brings us into the heart of it all. With a variety of included activities offered by the lodge, spend time hiking, swimming in the river, learning to make empanadas, or just lounging in a hammock surrounded by the stunning Costa Rican countryside.

Fahrzeit: ca. 6 Std.

Unterkunft: Magsasay Jungle Lodge, Sarapiquí

Verpflegung: 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

10. Tag: Sarapiquí Regenwald

Enjoy a day in the beautiful Sarapiquí Valley. Optional activities (all included in our overnight package, weather-depending) include swimming in the river, night walks, an empanada-making lesson or lounging in a hammock.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Sarapiquí Jungle Lodge Stay
Spend the night immersed in the rainforest at a unique jungle oasis. The Sarapiquí Valley is home to hundreds of species of animals, birds, and butterflies, and our jungle lodge brings us into the heart of it all. With a variety of included activities offered by the lodge, spend time hiking, swimming in the river, learning to make empanadas, or just lounging in a hammock surrounded by the stunning Costa Rican countryside.

Swimming
Grab your bathing suit and go for a refreshing swim.

Sunrise Birding Hike
Wake up and head into the Sarapiquí Rainforest on the search for some of the 400 plus birds that call this region home. Led by a local guide, keep your eyes peeled for rare species and learn tricks to spot birds that are hiding in plain sight.

Unterkunft: Magsasay Jungle Lodge, Sarapiquí

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

11. Tag: Sarapiquí Regenwald - Tortuguero

Head to Tortuguero. Opt to visit the nesting grounds of the green and leatherback turtles at night (seasonal).

The journey to Tortuguero is half the adventure. Begin by taking a tractor-drawn cart, board a private van, and finish it off with a journey by boat.

This unique village has walking paths that extend into the national park, a fantastic place to see wildlife even when turtles aren't in season.

Accommodation: Baula Lodge (or similar)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Fahrzeit: ca. 7.5 Std.

Unterkunft: La Baula Lodge, Tortuguero

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

12. Tag: Tortuguero

Enjoy free time to explore Tortuguero. Opt to kayak through the canals and view the wildlife, wake up early and head to the beach to watch turtle eggs hatch (seasonal), or just wander through the town.

Optional Activities:
Guided Kayak Excursion
35USD per person. Grab a paddle and prepare to witness a parade of tropical birds, reptiles, and mammals as you kayak through the black water canals of the Tortuguero National Park. Scan the trees for toucans, watch the shores for caimans, otters, iguanas, frogs, and look up to see monkeys sharing space with sloths. Bring your binoculars and bug spray. Be prepared for hot, humid, and possibly wet weather.

Turtle Nesting Night Excursion (Seasonal)
51USD per person. Head out at night to visit the nesting grounds of the green and leatherback turtles (seasonal) on the beaches of Tortuguero National Park. Learn about the turtles' nesting process and hopefully see females lay eggs, during this once-in-a-lifetime wildlife experience.

Turtle Hatching Morning Excursion
Wake up early and head down to the beach to (hopefully) watch newly hatched green and leatherback sea turtles scramble their way from the nesting grounds in Tortuguero National Park to the ocean (seasonal). This is one that's worth waking up for!

Tortuguero National Park Guided Boat Tour
25USD per person. Hop on board, kick back, and prepare to witness a parade of tropical birds, reptiles, and mammals as we motor through the black water canals of the Tortuguero NP. Scan the trees for toucans, watch the shores for caimans, otters, iguanas and frogs, and look up to see monkeys sharing space with sloths. Bring your binoculars and bug spray. Be prepared for hot, humid, and possibly wet weather.

Unterkunft: La Baula Lodge, Tortuguero

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück, 1x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen

13. Tag: Tortuguero - Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Head to Puerto Viejo de Talamanca. Opt to snorkel in the Caribbean, hike in Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge, or rent a bike to hit the beach.

A morning boat ride and drive ends in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, with spectacular scenery en route. This seaside town is perfect for relaxing or exploring the Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge.

Fahrzeit: ca. 6.5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 140 km

Unterkunft: Hotel Escape Caribeño, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

14. Tag: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

With free time here, head out and explore. Don't forget to try some fantastic Afro-Caribbean cuisine.

The picturesque village of Puerto Viejo de Talamanca’s 14 kms of incomparable white- and black-sand beaches are surrounded by exotic tropical vegetation.

Opt to rent a bike, hike to Monkey Point, go snorkelling or take it easy and explore La Isla Botanical Gardens.

Optional Activities:
Finca la Isla Botanical Garden Visit
Just outside the town is a tropical farm, part of which is set aside as a botanical garden. Finca la Isla is a working farm and botanical garden built from the remains of an abandoned cacao plantation. Sample homemade natural chocolate, drink tropical fruit drinks, learn about the production of black pepper and nutmeg, as well as ornamental plants. Shoot some colourful photos and be careful where you walk. Visitors are guaranteed to see the red poison dart frog, along with other frogs, reptiles, toucans and birds.

Bike Rental
Rent a bike from a local shop and head out to explore.

Snorkelling
Grab a mask and snorkel and head out to explore the marine life off the coast. Check out the beaches of Punta Uva (Grape Point), Punta Mona (Monkey Point), and Manzanillo for some of the country's best snorkelling. See coral, fish, octopus, sea turtles and harmless nurse sharks.

Gandoca Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge Hike
Beginning at the Cocles River south of Puerto Viejo, the Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge extends through beach communities, jungle, marshland, coves and coast all the way to the Sixaola River and the border with Panama. Begin in Manzanillo and wind your way through plantations of cacao, strangler fig and almond trees, look for capuchin and howler monkeys, sloths and raccoons. White sand beaches lead into aquamarine water, filled with 35 species of coral and tropical fish, sea turtles, lobsters and sting rays. Wear light clothing, walking shoes, and bring lots of water and insect repellent.

Surf Lesson
40-50USD per person. Grab a board and hit the waves. With knowledge and tips from a certified instructor you'll be hanging ten in no time.

Jaguar Centre Visit
20USD per person

Unterkunft: Hotel Escape Caribeño, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

15. Tag: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca - San José

Enjoy free time in the morning before heading back to San Jose for the final night with the group. Take a bus ride over the mountains back to the capital.

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 410 km

Unterkunft: Hotel Dunn Inn, San José

16. Tag: San José

Depart at any time.

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Anschlussprogramm
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Tourstil
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