Nature and Wildlife of the Pacific Coast

San Jose > Manuel Antonio > Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Nature and Wildlife of the Pacific Coast

Costa Rica holds 4% of the world's biodiversity. This itinerary will give you the chance to experience forests and wildlife first hand, at some of the most wild national parks in the country.
Visit Carara, a great birding spot where you can find the beautiful Scarlet Macaw. Explore Manuel Antonio, where you can find 3 species of monkeys, 2 species of sloths, raccoons, coatis and more. And in Corcovado you'll explore the last portion of the Tropical Humid Forest of the Mesoamerican Pacific - home of an amazing diversity of biological species.

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12 Days / 11 Nights

Travel Style

Active Adventure and Connect with Nature


Spanish and English

Physical Activity

Moderate activity


Rainforest, Ocean and Small Towns/Villages


Wifi: Limited
Cell: Limited
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Speaks: Spanish and English



Arrive to San Jose anytime on Day 1 to begin


Flexible Departure Date
January-August, November-December


2 travelers minimum

What's Included


11 Nights Boutique Hotel, Eco Lodge and Cabin


Local guide (not bilingual) and Bilingual guide


Private Room, Private Bathroom and Shared Bathroom


Some meals included (see itinerary)

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A local travel agency that specializes in connecting travelers to Costa Rica's nature and cultures. Their goal is to create authentic experiences for travelers that contribute to sustainable growth for local communities.

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