Bring the family for a smooth cruise up the volcanic mountains, past the Continental Divide to the evergreen side of the country. Go horseback riding with a two-time lasso champion. Learn about medicinal plants with a local expert. Or glide down a sparkling, turquoise blue river through miles of rainforest. The day is entirely up to you to curate with our team.

Pick and choose between the below activities to customize your perfect day. In order to enjoy a smooth journey, we recommend up to two experiences.


What We Love

A day immersed in the rainforest, fully customized to you and your interests

What to Bring

Bathing suit, change of clothes and sun protection

  • Duration 8 hours
  • Travel 1.75-hour drive
    each way
  • Private $1,500 + tax (up to 2)
    $450 + tax each additional

Tubing Rio Celeste
Tube down a sparkling turquoise river as you descend through miles of rainforest. At the end, you will reach a collection of natural pools, where you can swing from a rope and plunge into the cool blue water.

Sloths Sighting
Amidst the lush rainforest, this ethically-driven tour, proudly family-run, champions rural tourism initiatives. Encounter sloths, toucans, frogs, and butterflies all in their natural habitat, fostering appreciation for Costa Rica’s biodiversity. Enjoy scenic views of nearby volcanoes, completing this immersive experience.

Botanical Experience
Tour Don Gerardo’s farm full of medicinal plants and an impressive cacao plantation. You will get to smell, touch, feel and connect with Costa Rican’s roots and ancestral healing techniques, along with learning about the chocolate making process – from seed to bar.

Tenorio National Park
Located in the northern lowlands of the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica, Tenorio Volcano National Park is known for Tenorio Volcano, hiking trails, wildlife, and most notably, the Rio Celeste Waterfall.

Costa Rican Hacienda
Stroll the working farm, ranch and gardens of this traditional hacienda. Soak in the wood-fired hot tub, make tortillas or relax in the porch rockers to watch the sloths and toucans. On private trails, ride horseback ride through lush meadows, hills and jungles with a two-time national lasso champion.



    While making up just one third of a percent of the Earth's landmass, Costa Rica contains 4-5% of species estimated to exist on the planet.