Nestled at the base of the mountains only a few miles from the Pacific coastline, Río de Sueños (“River of Dreams”) is a 2.5 acre property located in the Community of Tres Rios de Coronado, Osa, Puntarenas.
Hiking opportunities and excursions to Playa Ventanas, Marino Ballena National Park, Buruka Native Comunity and Corcovado National Park, are offer from this location.
Tortuguero National Park
This amazing wildlife paradise located in northeast Costa Rica is a great destination for people interested in exploring the rain forest and marine biodiversity.
Tortuguero National Park is the largest nesting site for green sea turtles in the Western Hemisphere, while green sea turtle are the most common species during the season (June – October), other species of sea turtles such as: Leatherback, Hocks bill and Loggerhead sea turtles also nest in this sea turtle sanctuary.
The park is also home to over 2.000 species of plants, 405 species of birds and about 156 species of Mammals, among the most emblematic species we can find the Jaguar, Puma, Tapir, Great Green Macaws, Agamy Heron, Crocodiles and Manatees.
Caribe Sur, Cahuita - Puerto Viejo
Cahuita National Park is one of the best location to do Snorkeling in Costa Rica, the park also offers tourist a trail whare you can find very interesting animals such as: Sloths, snakes, White-face capuchin monkeys, Spider monkeys, Howler Monkeys, Coaties and much more.
The Communities of Cahuita and Puerto Viejo are an interesting mix of cultures, Afro-caribbean, Native indigenous, Chinese and lately several foreign moving to the area makes this little multicultural town a very interesting place to visit.
During your stay in this region we can take you to visit the Bribri reservation, learn about their culture, how to make chocolate, the use of medicinal plans and a visit to the waterfall.
Located in the Central Volcanic Mountain Range in Costa Rica, at 5358 feet above sea level, Arenal Volcano is an active stratovolcano in northwestern Costa Rica, Geologically, Arenal is considered to be the youngest volcano in Costa Rica; its age is estimated to be less than 7,500 years.
Hiking Trails, Hot Springs, Waterfalls and a lot of wildlife is waiting for you at Arenal.
Manuel Antonio National Park covers 1685 acres of rain forest and 136000 acres of Marine habitat are protected by this national park. Manuel Antonio National Park is internationally recognized as being one of the most biodiverse parks on the planet. Lush tropical forests, lagoons, mangroves and pristine white sandy beaches make up one of the most diverse ecosystems. With about 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds, some of the frequently viewed residents include white-faced and howler monkeys, two and three toed sloths and iguanas. The endangered squirrel monkey calls the park home as well.
The park contains a great system of well-marked trails to allow visitors to explore. The four beaches in the park, Espadilla Sur, Manuel Antonio, Escondito and Playita, are some of the best in the country.
Manuel Antonio Beach, has been recognized as the best beach in Central America according to the Trip Advisor 'Travelers Choice' awards.