The waters surrounding Costa Rica are home to nearly 7,000 marine species, some 3.5% of the total aquatic life on Earth. Snorkeling through these warm, clear waters is a fabulous way to enjoy this aquatic biodiversity. A variety of tropical fish – including puffers, barracudas, parrotfish, snappers and butterfly fish – can be found swimming amongst brightly colored coral reefs, while on the seafloor below, starfish, sea cucumbers and sand dollars can be seen creeping slowly along. A knowledgeable local guide will equip participants with quality snorkels, masks and fins, and provide access to astounding regional seascapes.
Explore unpaved roads, rustic towns, extensive transitional forests, and cattle ranches on an ATV tour. This 4-wheeler activity is the ride of a lifetime. Be prepared to tackle our challenging terrains.
Takes place on the Tarcoles River in Central Pacific Costa Rica. Get up-close with American crocodiles of all sizes, and observe an abundance of beautiful exotic birds! Enjoy spectacular rainforest scenery and cruise through dense mangrove forest canals. Spot jungle wildlife such as iguanas, lizards, and monkeys, and experience our one-of-a-kind crocodile feeding show.
The Chiclets Tree Canopy Tour in Playa Hermosa offers a thrilling adventure for the whole family to enjoy while staying in Jaco Beach Costa Rica. The Canopy Tour takes place in Playa Hermosa (10 minutes drive from Jaco) and consist of 14 suspended platforms connected by steel cables and a hanging bridges.
Horseback riding tours alongside a trained bilingual guide are an amazing way to familiarize yourself with the surrounding area.
“Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open.” – B.K.S. Iyengar
Mountain Bike Tours
The Costa Rican landscape is crisscrossed by trails that run through pastures, jungles and mountains in one of the world.
Take a moment to savor a relaxing massage on the beach or into a private room. Let the sun melt away your tension and the waves return you to peaceful center. Moake time for yourself.
Manuel Antonio National Park
Located 120 miles (192 km) from San Jose on the Pacific coast, Manuel Antonio National Park is internationally recognized as being one of the most biodiverse parks on the planet. Lush tropical forests, lagoons, mangroves and pristine white sandy beaches make up one of the most diverse ecosystems imaginable. Among the 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds, some of the frequently viewed residents include white-faced and howler monkeys, two and three toed sloths and iguanas. The endangered squirrel monkey calls the park home as well.
The park contains a great system of well marked trails to allow visitors to explore (maps may be purchased at the park entrance). The four beaches in the park, Espadilla Sur, Manuel Antonio, Escondito and Playita, are some of the best in the country. Espadilla Sur and Manuel Antonio offer very good snorkeling when the water is clear, which is best during the dry season. At 236 feet (72 m) high, Cathedral Point lies between Playa Espadilla Sur and Playa Manuel Antonio. It is connected to the mainland by a narrow land bridge and if you&re up for the hike, provides a memorable view. Playa Manuel Antonio offers a glimpse into the past with pre-Columbian turtle traps made of stone. Surfing, swimming or just relaxing under the sun are favorite activities for park goers.
Groups, family? Contact us! We have special rates too.
We are located at Playa Hermosa of Jaco, on the central pacific of Costa Rica.
Playa Hermosa, Garabito Municipality 61101, Costa Rica