Costa Rica Tours and Activities Guide | Faro Travel Costa Rica

Costa Rica offers nature, tranquility and at the same time adrenaline and emotion. The area's climate and its topography allows Costa Rica to be a real delight for its visitors, who come to the country with thirst for adventure, relaxation and unforgettable moments to live during their vacations in Costa Rica. With over 800 miles of coastlines, 5% of the world’s biodiversity and 25% of the country considered protected rainforests, there are endless opportunities for tours and activities to engage travelers of all types vacationing in Costa Rica.Whether you are discovering fascinating species with a friendly Costa Rican guide, zipping across the rainforest canopy, or relaxing in a volcano-heated hot spring, Costa Rica is sure to have what you’re looking for. We’ve split all the best things to do in Costa Rica by area and type so you can easily plan your ideal Costa Rica vacation."

$150

5 Hours

This is a five hour tour in the first and primary conservation area established in Monteverde. Founded in 1972, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve is among the most famous reserves in the world for its biodiversity, conservation, contributions, and scientific researches. This 3,500 hectare of land holds 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity, and it is one of the most important private reserves in Costa Rica.
$80

6 Hours

This tour is a unique experience which provides visitors with a true cultural understanding. Our philosophy was born from our local Monteverde family who wanted to give clients an exclusive excursion different than conventional tours. We aim to provide our clients with a extraordinary experience by fully immersing them in this vibrant culture.
$25

3 Hours

A three hour walk on a private reserve with a privileged location adjacent to the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. In 1970 the Lowther family purchased the property of Hubert and Mildred Mendenhall and named it Curi-Cancha, the name derived from “Golden Enclosure” in Inca. At that time the property was approximately 1/2 pasture and 1/2 virgin rain forest. In the ensuing 45 years the Lowthers cleared no areas and allowed the majority of the pastured areas to re-grow into forest.
$70

3 Hours

Founded in 1992 Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve is a conservation area managed by the Santa Elena Public High School, this reserve holds a vast variety of biological diversity of great importance for Monteverde within its 310 hectares. The funds raised by this reserve, a certain percentage is used in education for the youth in the community.
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