$4,890.

San José Sarapiquí Bajos del Toro Carara Osa

Jun 7, 2019. 12 nights. 6–7 pax. $930 in single room.

Tour leaders: Lucas Bustamante, Jose Vieira

Included. Package based on two people sharing a room. All meals and accommodation. All river and road transfers. Guides and tour leaders. Park entrance fees. Package based...Package based on two people sharing a room. All meals and accommodation. All river and road transfers. Guides and tour leaders. Park entrance fees. Excluded. Additional nights due to flight cancellations. Alcoholic beverages, bottled water and snacks. Insurance of any kind. International and domestic airfares. Laundry. Phone calls or messages. Photo equipment. Visa fees. Additional nights...Additional nights due to flight cancellations. Alcoholic beverages, bottled water and snacks. Insurance of any kind. International and domestic airfares. Laundry. Phone calls or messages. Photo equipment. Visa fees.

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Brief itinerary

After an overnight stay in San Jose and a two-hour drive, you will arrive at Sarapiquí, the quintessential rainforest of Costa Rica. You will then visit Bajos del Toro, a montane forest in the central highlands, a heaven for endemic species. Three hours drive from there, and you will be in the Carara area, a transition zone between the arid northwest and the humid Pacific lowlands. The icing on the cake for your tour will be Osa Peninsula, a remote paradise known for its lush rainforest and sandy beaches.

Ctenosaura similis
Smilisca phaeota
Iguana iguana
Leptophis bocourti
Agalychnis callidryas
Phyllobates lugubris
Agalychnis spurrelli
Corytophanes cristatus
Agalychnis callidryas
Agalychnis callidryas
Ninia maculata
Basiliscus basiliscus
Teratohyla spinosa
Spilotes pullatus
Cruziohyla calcarifer
Dendrobates auratus
Dendropsophus ebraccatus
Sphaerodactylus homolepis
Corytophanes cristatus
Dendrobates auratus
Micrurus nigrocinctus
Bothriechis schlegelii
Basiliscus plumifrons
Bothrops asper

Why come with us?

We find you the animals

1. We take you to the animals

We help you get the shot

2. We help you get the photo

We use the money to fund research

3. We use the money to fund research

We use the money to save the Choco

4. We use the money to save the Choco rainforest