From San Jose we will head towards the Pacific Coast through the old Spanish route of 1606 to our destination, we will start the adventure aboard a wagon pulled by a tractor to the top of a mountain with spectacular views of the Herradura bay and the Gulf of Nicoya. Then descend to the bottom via a series of zip lines, including 14 platforms and 12 cables with a total cable distance of 2.2 miles including the longest cable in the area (2400 ft.) This trip is designed to enjoy nature without harming the environment, and within the reserve, you may have the opportunity to view scarlet macaws, chestnut mandible toucans and white-face monkeys. After release some adrenaline, become the leisure part of the day in a tropical beach where you will have time to enjoy swimming in the warm water of the sea or just relaxing by the tree shade. At lunch time a delicious meal will be served at one of the nearby restaurants. The return trip will include a stop at the word famous Tarcoles River. There you will have the opportunity to view and take photographs of crocodiles in their natural environment. Some of these amazing creatures measure up to 19 ft long.
Recommendations: Bring extra dry clothes, towel, swimwear, hiking shoes or strapped sandals, bandana, insect repellent, and sun block. Duration: 10 hours