Tamarindo Diria Tours
The ATV is an astonishing excursion! Fully –automatic 350 Yamahas, You can combine the excitement of the 4 Wheelers and getting in touch with the natural beauty of Costa Rica Gold Coast. The tour includes transportation from the hotel to south to hacienda la Norma Once at the base you receive a safety talk and then the tour starts, You ll experience a fun –filled ride through pastures and rivers, up mountains with breath –taking views of the valley and the pacific ocean and enjoy the natural beauty and wildlife. Your companions in this exciting adventure will be the howler monkeys , iguanas and other exotic animals of the tropical dry forest.
This is a truly typical experience. While riding you will discover hills, mountains, great views and all the astonishing scenes of the forest of Guanacaste. The adventure starts at the hotel lobby, a 35 min van ride will take you to one of the most scenic paradise. Our horses are well trained and healthy. Children and beginners are our specialty!
Our Tamarindo Canopy Tour is a distinctive way to experience the beauty of Costa Rica. Gain a unique perspective as you slide and swing tree to tree and platform to platform using pulleys on horizontal traverse cables through the tree tops of the tropical dry or rain forest canopies throughout Guanacaste. In your own secure rig, you will have the opportunity for a bird’s eye view of flora and fauna as the Canopy Tour guide leads you through this incredible adventure. This will be one of the most intense emotions you will experience as you soar through the trees. During the Canopy Tour, your cables are able to slip freely from hanging bridges to platforms that are from 30-40 meters in the air. The Tamarindo zip line is located 20 minutes away from the Tamarindo Diria Beach Resort and departures are daily three times a day at 8:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The price includes transportation, qualified guides and safety equipment.
Costa Rica estuary tours are an educational, as well as relaxing, experience. For example, throughout the local rivers, the mangrove trees play an important direct and indirect role in maintaining the fish stock with their long roots and branches becoming a vital habitat of many species of birds, mammals and reptiles. Costa Rica estuary tours document this. That’s why Tamarindo estuary tours are perfect for any client, as they offers an opportunity to observe the abundant wildlife of the tropical dry forest while learning of the unique ecosystem of the mangrove forest. Sail on a comfortable motor boat with seats and shade through the calm waters of Tamarindo estuary and look for Howler Monkeys, White-throated Capuchin Monkeys, Racoons, Spectacled Caimans and Lineated Basilisk Lizards on your Costa Rica estuary tours. A sense of wonder will fill you on the Tamarindo estuary tours. The duration and availability of the Tamarindo estuary tour depends on the ocean tides. Our tour includes transportation from the Tamarindo Diria Beach Resort lobby, and soft drinks.
For the Corobici River trip, enjoy a peaceful two-hour float down the Corbici or Tenorio River, the choice dependent on the w·ter level. While you drift on the Corobici River tour, you will immerse yourself in the special ecosystem that lives in the Dry Forest gallery. This includes the gigantic kapok and fig trees, as well as the many species of animals including the monkeys, birds and iguanas. You wíll also notice the crocodiles along the river shore on the Corobici River trip. Corobici River tour will also pass through some very safe class 1 or 2 rapids, an exhilerating way to add to the trip. Make sure to bring your swimsuit, sandals, a change of clothing, binoculars, camera, sunblock, mosquito repellent, sunglasses and a hat for the Corobici River trip. The Corobici River tour includes lunch, w·ter bottle, fruit juice, guides, transportation and all the equipment.
Sailing & Snorkeling
Land on beautiful secluded beaches where you will snorkel among some of the world finest volcanic rock formations, which is very rich in marine life. We’ll go to the Catalina’s island and we’ll enjoy of the beautiful manta rays, butterfly fish, angelfish and sea turtles. All snorkeling gear is provided and transportation, fruits and bottled water are also included.
Tamarindo is the perfect base for Costa Rica’s world class sport fishing. With the continental shelf a mere 10 miles offshore, blue water species, including blue, black and striped marlin, pacific sailfish, dorado, yellowfin tuna, wahoo, fall within a short run of all of our captains. Right inside Tamarindo Bay are parked a variety of boats for every sports fishing option. You can choose from a budget-priced, single engine panga to the fully equipped state-of-the-art electronics, bathroom equipped luxury boat for your seafaring adventure. Also choose between half-day or full-day, inshore or offshore fishing Tamarindo truthfully boasts a 12-month fishing season, with certain months excelling for different fish. Here is a breakdown of the fish that can be caught: Sailfish: Caught throughout the year, with May through August normally the top season. They may begin to thin out in September and the slowest months are from late August through November. Marlin: Caught every month of the year, with mid-November to early March exceptional, then slowing a bit from April into early June when it picks up again, peaking in August and September. Roosterfish: This fabulous species is caught all year, although there are more caught in the Papagayo Bay area from November through March. That may be because more boats in the northernmost area of this region are fishing inshore during those windy months. Wahoo: The Guanacaste fishing first catches are about the time the rains start in May, peaking in July and August. Most are caught around the rocky points and islands, but you will pick one up occasionally fishing offshore. Tuna: Guanacaste fishing tuna peak months are probably August through October, but when all else fails, there are always tuna, anytime of the year you want to look for them, and more often than not when you’d just as soon avoid them to concentrate on billfish. The yellowfin and some Big eye tuna are often found well inside the Catalina Islands, 30 minutes or less running time from the beach. Dolphin or Dorado: These colourful fish are most abundant from late May through October when the seasonal rains flood the rivers, carrying out debris that forms trash lines close inshore that they like to lie under. Troll past a floating log and you’ll likely hook a Dorado.
Our tour operator works under the PADI Association rules, the diving trip is at Catalina Islands 20 miles away from the Flamingo marina, The Catalina Islands are a group of different volcanic rock formations that emerge to the surface off the Flamingo Bay providing the special setting for our abundant marine life. Huge manta rays, white tip reef sharks, spotted eagle rays, devil rays, schools of cow nose rays as well as schools of jacks and grunts are among the most common species that divers usually spot in our rich waters. The bottom is mostly volcanic and the average maximum depth is 70 – 80 feet. Visibility, currents and conditions in general tend to change every day. Currents, when present, are not strong, divers drift with it and the boat follows to pick them up at the end of the dive. Visibility varies from 30 feet to 60-70 feet, depending on the day and the season.
Arenal Volcano National Park is located in the heart of Costa Rica, and it is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. In its more than 60,000 hectares, there is much you can do, and that is why this is a One Day Tour. You can hike through the wet, cloud and rain forest, home of half of the birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals that have been identified in Costa Rica. The Arenal Volcano offers you a spectacular view. During the day, you can see the majestic peak, the perfect cone that rises over 1,600 meters above sea level. Lengthy smoke curtains come out of its crater, at the top of the mountain. Noisy vibrating explosion and eruptions accompany all the sights. Arenal Volcano Tour begins with a boat tour on Arenal Lake where you will get a chance to see some of the Volcano ís activity, as well as an opportunity to see wildlife and birds. This will be followed by a lunch at Nayara Hotel, and then time to relax your mind and body in the therapeutic volcanic hot water springs, surrounded by the forests and the magnificent infrastructure of pools, waterfalls and wet bars that are a part of this area. On the way back to Guanacaste, dinner will be served at a local restaurant in Tilaran Town. Contact us today to learn more about our Arenal Volcano trips.
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