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Travel the longest canopy tour in the world located within a pristine 2,500-acre forest reserve. This tour is nestled in the mountains surrounding the village of Nosara and will be a highlight of your trip. You will zip across majestic mountain ridges and soar high above multiple ravines with breathtaking views of rivers, waterfalls and the Pacific Ocean. The final stage emerges from the serene forest, crosses high above beautiful Nosara River and sails directly into a disco-bar on the top floor of a five-story architectural wonder. Suitable for nature lovers, adventurers, families, and all who wish to experience the ultimate ziplining adventure.



Paddle around Garza’s northern headland to the fabled Isla Rosada, visit the tucked away “Coco” beach, explore the outer reefs of south Guiones or cruise the Garza bay. Depending on local conditions your ocean paddling experience will be crafted to you and your groups’ skill level. You’ll increase your knowledge of the ocean, while enhancing your stand up paddle boarding skills and confidence.*Important to note – this tour depends on ocean conditions and safety is our primary concern.



Stand up paddle the serene waters of the Rio Montana and Rio Nosara, weaving your way through mangrove tunnels to a hidden trail that leads out to Playa Nosara. This is a stand up paddling adventure that will (peacefully) blow your mind. Best of all – it’s accessible to everyone.


For nature lovers and those who like to kayak, this is quite simply the best tour in Nosara. The Rio Nosara and Rio Montana are the two largest rivers in Nosara; where these two rivers converge, you find a tremendous amount of natural beauty. Kayak alongside great blue herons, anhingas, roseate spoonbills, and maybe even a few crocodiles. On this adventure you will be surrounded by the exquisite sounds of the jungle as you weave through mangrove tunnels no wider than your boat. Cap off your trip with an ice-cold watermelon or a sunset cerveza at the Boca.


Experience one of Nosara’s hidden gems! This tucked away waterfall is a refreshing treat following a moderate 45-minute hike. We’ll cross a creek, traverse a cattle farm, and weave through a primary canopy of tropical dry forest. Stop along the way to interpret the sights, sounds, and smells of everything around you before discovering a series of brilliant swimming holes and small waterfalls.Bask in the cool water and natural beauty of the site until you’re sufficiently refreshed. Depending on the time of year, it’s even possible to hike upriver through the waterfalls. Returning from the falls you’ll be greeted with an organic picnic lunch and refreshments. This tour is documented with photos. All-terrain shoes, swimsuits and hats are suggested.


This tour will take you from the river up to the hills with breathtaking views of the ocean, beaches, and mangroves. The horses will guide you through jungle trails and along the beaches of Nosara and Ostional. This adventure will last 2.5 to 3.5 hours over which time you will learn about local plants and their medicinal use, local wildlife like howler monkeys, and a large variety of birds. All horses are friendly, reliable, and trained by an expert. All levels of horse handling and riding experience welcome.



Choose from five different ATV adventures (all tours include fruits and water):

Nosara Tour: Cruise along the lush Nosara hills and rivers keeping an eye out for wildlife along the way. (2 hours)

White Rock Waterfall Tour: Journey up to “Pilas Blancas” and back to the waterfalls for a refreshing swim. (4 hours)

Coffee Tour: You’ll travel across the Nosara hills to a coffee plantation with a tour guide. (4 hours)

Pura Vida Tour: Explore the gorgeous coastline, mountains, beaches and jungle trails. (5 hours)

Black Hills Tour: A full-day adventure tour for experienced riders, exploring the real beauty of Guanacaste. Includes a typical Costa Rican lunch. (8 hours)


The Ostional Wildlife Refuge was created in 1984 to protect the nesting site of the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle; this location is one of the largest mass nesting destinations globally. The week before the new moon, hundreds and sometimes hundreds of thousands of sea turtles come to one specific mile of beach to dig their eggs into the black volcanic sand. Turtles nest at Ostional year round, but peak months occurs from August through December. The phenomenon of “arribadas” (mass nesting) occurs regularly once or twice a month. If you are lucky, you may have the incredible opportunity to see this biological miracle.

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