Your unique and adventure trip begins with a transfer to the Rio Perdido Lodge. The centerpiece of the 600-acre private reserve is the Rio Perdido, which means “lost river”. The 150-foot, thermo-mineral gorge that draws energy from deep magma flows, will cast its spell on anyone that descends to its magical waters for the first time. During your three night stay at Rio Perdido enjoy activities such as white water tubing, canyon adventure zip lines, thermal springs, mud baths and a visit to La Anita Farm located in the banks of the Miravalles Volcano, where you will experience rainforest trails, a medicinal plants garden and organic crops. Travel to the Gulf of Nicoya where your 3 night stay at Isla Chiquita Glamping Lodge will dazzle you with peaceful waters, 360 degree views of the ocean, fresh-catch dining, and eco-adventures. You will also enjoy a visit to Curú Wildlife Refuge which teams with abundant wildlife and hosts one of the most beautiful beaches and protected bays on the Nicoya Peninsula. Also enjoy self guided adventure activities at Isla Chiquita such as kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, snorkeling and hiking. Also included during your stay is a boat excursion to Isla Tortuga, a favorite destination for many tourists, Tortuga Island offers a wide variety of recreational activities such as snorkeling, swimming and hiking.

Duration: 7 days/6 nights
Destination:  Talamanca- La Amistad, Savegre River watershed, Manuel Antonio
Dates and pricing: Contact us for more information

Rio Perdido and Isla Chiquita

FACTS & HIGHLIGHTS

  • Impressive Canyon Adventure & natural hot springs
  • Experience rural tourism at the Anita rainforest farm
  • Miravalles Volcano mud baths
  • New Isla Chiquita Glamping Lodge
  • Great wildlife at Curú Reserve
  • Snorkeling in Isla Tortuga at uncrowded hours
  • Small groups
  • Go with the best guides!

Itinerary

Day 1: Liberia arrival transfer to Hotel Rio Perdido

Day 2: White Water Tubing, Canyon Adventure & Hot springs (B,L,D)

Day 3: La Anita Farm & Miravalles Volcano mud baths (B,L,D)

Day 4: Transfer to Isla Chiquita Glamping Lodge (B,L,D)

Day 5: Curú Bio Reserve walk & kayak-standup paddle (B,L,D)

Day 6: Isla Tortuga snorkeling (B,L,D)

Day 7: Departure transfer to Liberia International Airport (B)

Included:  Lodging, transportation and meals as specified in the above itinerary where B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner, entrance fees to National Parks and Private Reserves, tours, guide services, applicable taxes, service fees and in-country ground operator support.

Not Included: International airfare, meals not specified in the itinerary, alcoholic beverages, personal equipment, extras in hotels (laundry, phone calls, room service), gratuities, or costs associated with changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond our control.

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