Palo Verde Wildlife Refuge
We’ll pick you up from your Guanacaste hotel and drive through the Costa Rican countryside, seeing gorgeous scenery and the small villages that reside just off the main roads. On the way, stop in Guaitil, home of many talented artisans who display their work all around Costa Rica. See how the work is done first-hand. An artisan will show you how to turn natural clay into a useful or decorative object and you will realize how natural and important this ancient process is. Next, you’ll head to Palo Verde National Park, a wildlife refuge that encompasses more than 10,000 square hectares located between the Tempisque and Bebedero rivers. Take a fascinating boat ride in Palo Verde National Park, the home of the largest wetlands in Costa Rica! You’ll be amazed by the many birds that migrate to Palo Verde such as spoonbills, herons, egrets, ducks and even the great curassow.
- Transportation from/to your hotel in the area of Guanacaste (If you are staying in a nearby area, please ask our Sales Team in case any supplement applies).
- Bilingual guide for the tour
- Sales taxes
- Discretional Tips.
- Other personal expenses.
9 Hours approx.
Tours are shared in small groups (6-15 ppl.)
Rates per person:
Based on 2 People minimum: U$ 111 pp.
Children must be at least 8 years old to participate.