4 Days / 3 Nights In The Jungle

Operated by: Terraventuras
1, 4 Days / 3 Nights In The Jungle
250.00 (USD)

Come and enjoy this incredible adventure in the jungle for 4 days.

  • The reserve forms part of the invaluable buffer zone necessary in preserving the integrity of the park and its surrounding area
  • The area is home to a great variety of animal species, including several in danger of extinction
  • chance to experience first hand the stunning display of natural landscapes, waterfalls (one of which measures 150 meters!)

AVAILABILITY

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DURATION

4 Days / 3 Nights

START LOCATION

Bus terminal Guapiles, Puerto Viejo.

END LOCATION

Bus terminal Guapiles, Puerto Viejo.

TOUR LANGUAGE

English and Spanish

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Detailed Description

Located on the lush Caribbean slopes of the Central Volcanic Cordillera, La Danta SALVAJE was founded in 1988 as a private non-profit forest reserve in an effort to protect Costa Rica's rainforest.

We offer 4 days / 3 nights of excursions in the jungle. A three-hour hike from where we leave the 4-wheel drive vehicle to the rustic-style lodge located in the heart of the rainforest.

Day trips, along a trail system originally forged by the wild tapirs, offer visitors the opportunity to experience first hand the stunning display of natural landscapes, waterfalls (one of which measures 150 meters!) And Species of endemic plants of the region, including heliconias, orchids, giant ferns and many others.

Every afternoon, the group returns from the walks to the comfort and safety of the cottage. Located next to one of the many beautiful waterfalls, the cottage offers a spectacular view.

The area is home to a variety of animals, including endangered species such as the tapir, pava, jaguar and silky anteater.

Located on the lush Caribbean slopes of the Central Volcanic Cordillera, La Danta SALVAJE was founded in 1988 as a private non-profit forest reserve in an effort to protect Costa Rica's rainforest.

We offer 4 days / 3 nights of excursions in the jungle. A three-hour hike from where we leave the 4-wheel drive vehicle to the rustic-style lodge located in the heart of the rainforest.

Day trips, along a trail system originally forged by the wild tapirs, offer visitors the opportunity to experience first hand the stunning display of natural landscapes, waterfalls (one of which measures 150 meters!) And Species of endemic plants of the region, including heliconias, orchids, giant ferns and many others.

Every afternoon, the group returns from the walks to the comfort and safety of the cottage. Located next to one of the many beautiful waterfalls, the cottage offers a spectacular view.

The area is home to a variety of animals, including endangered species such as the tapir, pava, jaguar and silky anteater.

During a visit, a group of visitors had the incredible opportunity to see an eighty-pound puma hunt some spider monkeys in the woods! This is only five minutes away from the hostel.

Groups are limited to a maximum of 8 people and the tour will take place approximately twice a month. In this way there is minimal impact on the fragile ecosystems of the area, and the population of animals in the reserve remains unchanged.

Minimum: 6 people. Maximum: 8 people.

To Book Contact Us: +506 2750-0750 or info@terraventuras.com

Ticket Price (USD)
General P/P 250.00 (USD)
4 Days / 3 Nights In The Jungle includes:

Meals, lodging, insurance and guides.

4 Days / 3 Nights In The Jungle Doesn't Include:

Children up to 12 years pay $ 175.

Level of difficulty: Moderate to difficult.
What to bring: 1 small backpack (backpack), 2-3 pairs of socks. A pair should be high knee if you are hiking in shorts and rubber boots (so that the top of the boots do not do shin and calf knife, causing problems) .1 pair of lightweight pants to walk outside , And another pair to rest around the cottage.1 pair of shorts, 2-3 t-shirts, a light sweater / jacket for cold nights.1 towel and swimsuit. First aid kit (including any special medications you may need). A flashlight. Camera, binoculars. Minimum toiletries. A cap or hat. Equipment for rain (poncho or rain jacket). Mountain boots. Chanclas or Tevas (to walk by the cottage). Canteen or bottle of water and repellent.
Basically all you need is a set of clothes for hiking and a set of clothes to walk in the hostel. You can wash clothes and dry them around the fire at night.

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