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Rainforest Multisport Adventure in Costa Rica


Itinerary for Rainforest Multisport Adventure in Costa Rica



Sample Itinerary- subject to changes

Day 1

Arrival at Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José, where you will be met by one of our representatives at the ramp, assisted and transferred to San Jose Hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 2
Morning transfer to the ranch and stables, located along the Trinidad river in the Dry Central Pacific Region, the starting point of your riding adventure. On arrival you will be introduced to your riding horse, the ranch and its facilities, and the guides. You'll get the opportunity for you to fully acquaint yourself with tack and Costa Rican riding style. After horse assignment, we will head towards Hacienda La Maravilla, riding along rolling hills and meadows into the Gallery Forest alongside the Cuarros river – an excellent spot for wildlife encounters! We meander across the river following a country lane passing en route farmland, rural homes and finally arriving at the hacienda grounds.
Meals: B, L, D. (BG) (LG)

Day 3
Today’s ride will take you to the Machuca River basin, passing Cascajal village. You will ride into the area where this river canyon broadens onto the plains. Heading towards the Jesús María River basin allows for exploration of the plains and forested valleys along the Machuca River Canyon, where the land is very fertile and most commonly used to cultivate melons. We finish the ride at a local hacienda and transferred back to your lodge.
Meals: B, L, D. (BG) (LG)

Day 4
Today you will have a break from riding and be filled with some of Costa Rica's best tropical adventures including a sightseeing Crocodile Boat Safari tour down the Tarcoles River and a visit to the Rainforest where you will do the Aerial Tram and the Zipline Canopy Tour (see non-riding activities below).  
Meals: B, L, D. (BG) (LG)

Day 5
Today takes you into the center of rural communities, where you can visit and meet with the people of the communities that have helped play host to you during your week with us. Nothing is ‘staged’ about this event, what occurs is the natural exchange between peoples. On your way you will pass through Santa Rita village, then travel along old railroad tracks, now overgrown and returning to nature, finally arriving La Ceiba town – we will stop at a local venue for a short break and having a drink at John Wayne’s style!!
Meals: B, L, & D. (BG) (LG)

Day 6
Today’s rides take you on a splendid journey (approximately 5 hours riding), following a route which was first used by the Spaniards as they began exploring and settling along the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica nearly 500 years ago. Sights to be experienced include rivers, jungles, Gallery Forests, and by following a rural road, Tivives Crag, (which before a landslide into the sea was formerly known as the Port of Landecho). From here you have unforgettable views of the Pacific. Indeed, from this historic site the Spaniards first started their conquest of the Central Pacific in the late 16th century.  With a really satisfying day’s riding safely behind you, there will be plenty to talk and share over dinner and well beyond.
Meals Included: B, S, D. (EG & LG) (BG) (LG)

Day 7
Today’s a non-riding day. You will enjoy an Ocean and Kayaking experience on the Central Pacific coast warm waters and will be transferred back to your hotel in San Jose.
Meals: B, L, D. (BG) (LG)

Day 8
Morning at your leisure and transfer to the Airport in time for your flight and our farewells. ($29 dollar departure tax is payable at the airport)
Meals: B


Keys: (B) Breakfast,  (L) Lunch, (S) Snack/Picnic Lunch, (D) Dinner, (TG) Transfer Guide,  (EG) Equestrian Guide, (LG) Local Cowboy Guide.

Important Note: This is a sample ride itinerary, planned several months in advance, the ride can be operated in different order other than as described above. Arrangements (routes or facilities) are subject to variation by the outfitter depending on local conditions. All riding times contained in our itineraries are based upon riding at a slow/moderate pace throughout.

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Non-Riding Activities

Crocodile Boat Safari
This two-hour boat ride explores the Tarcoles river, home of one of largest colonies of crocodiles in Costa Rica, with specimens which length range between 10 to 23 feet.
The area where the river merges with Guacalillo estuary, and then both blend into the ocean is one of the best locations to see endangered birds such as the Mangrove Cuckoo, Mangrove Hummingbird, Mangrove Vireo and the Panama Flycatcher, etc. Also commonly encountered are water birds like Pelicans, Boat-billed Herons, Spoon-billed Egrets and Cattle Egrets. *Please note that this activity will be scheduled depending on sea tides (a high tide is required)*
 
Aerial Tram Tour
The Aerial Tram is one of the most unique Costa Rica excursions, featuring 18 gondolas with a capacity of 9 passengers each including one bilingual (English/Spanish) naturalist guide for a tour to the canopy and the rich ecosystem of Costa Rican rain forests. The transitional tropical rainforest is ideal for Costa Rica bird watching. It is home to more than 50 species of native birds which Rainforest Adventures has committed to help save. During this tour visitors are shown all the different layers of the rainforest, from the floor to the treetops. The Costa Rica canopy is home to an enormous amount of flora and fauna; eager to find light and space, many plants have colonized the treetops, turning them into small, independently functioning ecosystems. This tour also includes a visit to the Heliconias Gallery, Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Garden and Snake Exhibition in the middle of the forest.

Canopy Tour
Glide over treetops for a compelling and exciting way to have a clearer view of Costa Rica Pacific Rainforest with our Tranopy Zip Line Tour. This adventure includes 15 platforms and 10 cables – five of them over 200 meters long (656ft.) and covering a total distance of 1503 meters. Take pleasure in the comforting atmosphere of the Rainforest Adventures Costa Rica Pacific canopy zip line tour. Glide over treetops for a compelling and exciting way to have a clearer view of Costa Rica Nature and Adventure Together At Last! This new adventure allows you to experience the thrill of a zip-line canopy tour without missing out on the rainforest’s rich wildlife. The innovative Tranopy Tour combines the up-close views of an aerial tram with the excitement of a canopy zip-line tour. A professional naturalist guide will accompany you and pointing out some of the secrets of the rainforest that surrounds you.

Ocean Kayaking & Snorkeling
This tour starts in Punta Agujas located in the Central Pacific area, only 20 minutes from Jaco Beach. After a brief introduction and demonstration, your ocean adventure will start. You will get to paddle and enjoy the sensation of moving on into the ocean under your own power. You will paddle on kayaks or Hawaiian style outrigger canoes past spectacular cliffs filled with frigate birds and pelicans, finally landing on a small barrier island in Playa Limoncito where you will have the opportunity to snorkel and when conditions permit view spectacular sea-life in the warm Pacific waters. The beach is in a sheltered cove and nearby is a coral reef where it is possible to view a wide variety of marine life. Continue exploring by kayak or relax on the beach where you will enjoy a delicious fresh fruit buffet before going back to Playa Agujas. Snorkeling is included (snorkel vests provided) - Please note the water conditions depends on current rainfall so this results in good and bad days when it comes to visibility. We go snorkeling from the beach so if you are new to the sport it is much easier to get comfortable with your feet on the ground rather than jumping out of a boat. Maybe you just want to be a beachcomber!
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Rainforest Multisport Adventure in Costa Rica
Tour Code: IT-CR-HRO10-S
8 days / 7 nights ~$1,595.00
Dates: Available all Year

Level : Fitness Level
Difficulty Levels Explained
1. Easy
Easy pace and an average-to-sedentary level of fitness. You should be in good health and fit enough for full day of normal sightseeing and walking.
2. Easy to Moderate
An average level of fitness or some experience with the featured activity is recommended.
3. Moderate
Requires you to have performed the featured activity regularly, with some periods on challenging terrain. Activities are mandatory and you may be traveling at high elevations. You need to be in good health and physical condition to enjoy these trips, with adequate muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance.
4. Demanding
You must be extremely physically fit and are expected to hike or ride four to six hours over steep or more rugged terrain.
5. Strenuous
Prolonged hiking/biking on moderate to difficult terrain (five to nine hours a day).
May include high altitude, rugged terrain etc..
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Airport: Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO)
Activities:
Crocodile boat safari, aerial tram tour, canopy tour, ocean kayaking & snorkeling

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