Playa Herradura Tours and Activities

On The Explorer tour, you’ll get to explore the waterfalls in the forests of Jacó. This tour will take you to an area that resonates with the rushing water of 10 waterfalls. You’ll get the chance to hike the trails and swim in the natural pools.
The Damas Island estuary is just fifteen minutes outside of Manuel Antonio. Mangroves are born where ocean waters meet fresh water rivers, creating an underwater rooting system amongst the trees.
Come explore the beautiful Tortuga Island on this full-day tour. You'll enjoy lovely landscapes, tasty meals, and fun activities like swimming, snorkeling, and volleyball.
The Savegre River, one of the most pristine rivers in the country and surrounded by lush vegetation and meandering waters, features class II and III rapids that are perfect for beginner rafters.
This combination nature and adventure tour combines the slow pace and beautiful views of the rain forest via the Aerial Tram as well as the heart pumping excitement of flying through the canopy on zip lines.
The Damas Estuary Boat Trip takes you on a covered boat tour through the complex and beautiful estuaries and mangroves surrounding Damas Island. Damas Island got its name because it is said that the shape of the island resembles a woman.
The traditional route between Jaco and Montezuma requires zig-zagging up the coast and taking a slow boat across the golf in total time about 3 to 4 hours. But thankfully there is an alternative — take a boat straight across the gulf in less than an hour.
For this tour you’ll get to experience some of Costa Rica’s rainforest waterfalls on a whirlwind tour of the Jaco jungle. This caters to adventurous visitors who want to experience the adrenaline rush of zip lines and rappels.
This tour is designed to make you feel like a freewheeling monkey, leaping through the rainforest. You’ll take on a high ropes tour comprised of 12 obstacles.
This tour will include the high ropes course and rappelling down the side of a majestic ceiba tree. Your tour will also include a daring trip through the park’s incredible high ropes course, which includes 12 obstacles.
The ceiba tree’s imposing height has inspired an elaborate mythology, and they figured prominently in the Maya religion. For this tour you will ascend 140 feet (42 m) up the ceiba tree's trunk, and then rappel to the bottom.
Just outside of Jacó you can visit a luxuriant forest with lots of healthy green growth. This forest is home to the Jacó Ropes course. The quick jump is one of the most exciting adventure activities here.