If you want to discover Costa Rica at its best, this is a combination full of adventure and nature in the Costa Rican Rainforest. You will get to experience the rainforest from a bird’s eye view and also go deep in the dirt paths, farms and rivers in a transitional Central Pacific forest.
You will first start with the 2 hour zip line on the top of the rainforest. This adventure includes a 15 minute tractor ride up to the top of the mountain; you will then descend on a series of 14 platforms and 12 cables, including some of the longest in Costa Rica’s Central Pacifico.
At noon, lunch will be served near the rainforest, for you to enjoy some typical Costa Rican food. Now it its time to get on some horses -we have the best kept horses in the area.
Once you finish your lunch it’s time to get on some horses -we have the best kept horses in the area- and once you get geared up and paired with your best friend for the next few hours, it’s time to head for the mountains. You will ride for about 45 minutes to the top of the mountain, and then descend 260 steps to the waterfalls and natural swimming pools. Your guide will have some fresh fruits and water. You will have about 30 minutes to enjoy swimming in a totally natural environment, before we return to base.
- 2 hour zip line, 2 hour Horseback
- Entrance to the Waterfalls
- Fruits and water
- Costa Rican Typical Lunch
- Safety equipment
- Umbrella Insurance
- Bilingual guide and entrance to the waterfalls
- Confortable clothes
- Tennis shoes or strap on sandals
- Sun block
- Insect repellent
- Swimming clothes/extra clothes
8:00am, 10:00am, 11:00am.
4 hours (2 hours zip line and 2 hours Horseback)
Zip Line + Horseback $118
ZIPLINE + ATV OR BUGGY ADVENTURE + HORSEBACK RIDING AND WATERFALL
NOW OFFERING TRANSFERS!
We provide transportation services from San Jose and throughout the Central Pacific area.
We can pick you up directly at the following locations, All San Jose Hotels, Double Tree Resort Hilton Puntarenas, Punta Leona, Villa Caletas, Los Suenos, Jaco Beach, Playa Hermosa, Esterillos, Quepos and Manuel Antonio.