Cahuita, Costa Rica Tours and Activities
This 3-hour tour takes you behind the scenes of the busy Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica.
Explore the Gandoca-Manzanillo Refuge on a guided hike through a natural, Caribbean coast jungle setting filled with remarkable plants and wildlife.
The Watsi Bribri people lived in Costa Rica long before the Spanish arrived. On a visit to the foothills of the Talamanca Mountains, you’ll have the chance to meet the modern-day Bribri and learn about their pre-Columbian culture.
Cahuita National Park has spectacular, clear water during the dry season, with lots of marine wildlife for you to meet. This park only allows you to go snorkeling under the supervision of a guide, which helps keep the environment in tip-top shape and the water uncrowded. Sea turtles are one of the highlights of this tour, but you’ll also be able to see sea sponges, mollusks, dolphins, sharks, and lobsters.
Get a peek into the extraordinary lives of the Indigenous on one of the largest indigenous communities in central America. The Bribri family are extremely proud to share their heritage.
This multi-activity adventure will have you exploring Costa Rica across land and sea. You'll kayak, hike, and have opportunities to swim and play on the beach. Along the way you'll see wildlife and enjoy refreshments. A full and fun afternoon is ahead of you!
The Full Day Tour to Veragua Rainforest includes a Rainforest Tram, Trail of the Giants, Puma Waterfall trail, and a visit to the INBio research station. Visitors to Veragua will have the opportunity to learn from naturalist guides about the rainforest's biodiversity.
Why not experience one of the most gorgeous river rafting trips in the world on the Pacuare River. It lives in the lush valley of Turrialba in the Central Valley of Costa Rica known for its exuberant beauty, wildlife and great rapids. This trip is excellent for those 14 years and up and for the adventurous beginner to the experienced rafter.
You don’t need any experience with rafting to take this fast-paced tour of the Reventazon River. On this trip, you’ll cover 10 miles of class II and class III rapids with a friendly and informative guide.
Beyond an outstanding multi day rafting excursion this 4 day journey allows visitors to partake in a variety of nature and adventure activities within the Pacuare River Valley including rafting, canopy tour, hiking as well as education about community conservation efforts.