A guide can help you locate many kinds of frogs, birds, lizards, and sloths. About an hour walk will provide you with many beautiful pictures. Bathrooms and gift shop are available. Don't forget to take your binoculars.
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We found this place while we were driving around sightseeing. It's got a nice trail around the property, where you can see caymans, basilisks, poison dart frogs and other wildlife.To expensive at the asking price, but we negotiated.
Came here because of TripAdvisor reviews & it was better than expected. We visited about mid-day and chose the self-guided tour. At several points on the trail we encountered staff either alone or with a group who helped us see creatures because they knew where...More
We started with the night walk which was fantastic. We covered up to prevent insects biting which meant we got very hot, but we all really enjoyed the walk. Simon, our guide was very friendly and enthusiastic. He asked us what we wanted to see...More
After swimming in the waterfall in La Fortuna we headed to Ecentro Danaus as our first full day in Costa Rica (not counting San Jose). I wanted the kids to see some wildlife, to learn about it and to later be able to spot it...More
this is one of the many environmental preservation projects in Costa Rica, offering a very nice tour of a piece of secondary rainforest that they have preserved in the last 20years. the tour is offered by knowledgeable guides, in our case a european guy who...More
I was on a non-birding tour and has a few hours free to indulge my birding passion and this was a great place to go. The assortment of birds available was amazing (they entice the birds with feeders which some birders may object to) along...More