Zip Lining Canopy Tour – Tortuguero River Wildlife Canals Boat Trip – Bonita Beachantadmin2018-04-23T16:54:05+00:00
Zip Lining Canopy Tour – Tortuguero River Wildlife Canals Boat Trip – Bonita Beach
This activity will give you the opportunity to experience adrenaline and adventure in the Rainforest Tree Tops; 12 platforms and 11 cables.
As soon as finished Zip Lining, we drive to the Tortuguero River Canals and Rainforest protected area for an hour River Boat mangrove canals. We will have an authentic biological and ecological experience observing a rich Tropical Flora and fauna. This tour is very personalized guided by local guides and captains. Tortuguero River Canals and Wildlife protected area is often known as Costa Rica’s Amazon for its rich Flora and Fauna.
Our last stop in Playa Bonita “Bonita Beach” to enjoy a wonderful Caribbean beach experience. You can enjoy Tropical Cocktails, lay down to Sun Bath and relax with Reggae Music.
PROGRAMA DE ACTIVIDADES
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION: Puerto Limón
DEPARTURE TIME: Please arrive by 7:45 AM for a prompt departure at 8:00 AM.
RETURN TIME: Drop depending on Cruise Ship Off Puerto Limón. Flexible timing depending on Cruise Ship
WHAT TO BRING: Water, Mosquito Repellent, Sun Block, Sun Glasses, Swimwear, Passport, Money For Souvenirs and rain jackets
INCLUEDED: Full private transportation, Guide and driver, Lunch, Entrace fees
Languages: Spanish, English, French, German
Pick Up in Puerto Limon
Puerto Limon harbor between 8 or 8:30 depending on boat arrival
Zip Lining (Canopy Tour)
First Stop: Zip Lining (Canopy Tour) eleven platforms, twelve cables among the Rainforest Tree Tops
Tortuguero boat harbor
Second Stop: at Tortuguero boat harbor, one hour thirty minutes boat trip to explore a rich tropical wildlife of flora and fauna
Third Stop: A stop at Bonita Beach for a cocktail or to Sunbath, time to Relax
Forth Stop: a brief stop to observe Uvita Island where Christophe Columbus landed in September 25, 1502 in his last and 4th voyage to the New World. Uvita Island is the birth of Costa Rica