Cabo Blanco Guided Hike

Cabo Blanco Guided Hike

See one of Costa Rica’s first nature preserves at Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve. It covers of 3,140 acres (1,270 hectares) of both dry forest and rainforest.

Featured in:Hiking, Nature Walk, Cabo Blanco Absolute Reserve
4 hrs
Available Days:
Sun Wed Thu Fri Sat
8:00 AM
Hotel Transport Included
Mobile Ticket Included
Offered in English, Spanish

This is a must-see area for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts. You’re most likely to see animals like howler monkeys, white-faced monkeys, and coatis as you hike down the trails. The trail leaves in the morning—an excellent time to spot wildlife. Your guide will be able to point out interesting species, even those hidden among the dense foliage.

Attraction Visited

Cabo Blanco Absolute Reserve

Situated at the southernmost point of the Nicoya Peninsula, the Cabo Blanco Absolute Reserve encompasses 2,896 acres (1,172 ha) of pristine dry tropical forest famed for its biologically rich ecosystems, which consist of unique plant and animal species. Anteaters, coatis, margays, ocelots, sloths, spider, howler and capuchin monkeys and a variety of snakes call Cabo Blanco home, not to mention over 150 species of trees that makeup the animals habitat.

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What to Bring

Comfortable clothes, walking shoes, bug spray, and a camera.

What's included

Guided hike, transportation, fruit, and water.


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