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Eat & make chocolates at local Factory
You will have a chocolate class and you will be able to taste the different products of chocolate production: cacao fruit, roasted and unroasted seed, cacao nibs, cocoa powder and ancestral cacao beverage. Then... hands into chocolate... you wil learn the way we make our modern chocolates. We will start with pure cacao to obtain cacao paste of concentrations from 70%, 75%, 85% and 100%. With this you will make different kinds of chocolates combining with fresh local ingredients and our own chocolate fillings and then just create your own chocolates. Finally we will give ecofriendly packaging materials so that you take home your own chocolate creations and share your souvernir from Costa Rica.
Bites & Sights Walking San Jose Experience
If you want to get to know San Jose as a local and taste its flavors, nothing could get you closer to authentic San Jose than walking through the streets and the markets with a local as they show you the anecdotes and outs of daily life. On this experience you’ll get up close and personal with Costa Rican life, through local food, history, culture and even the herbal remedies of folk medicine. Enjoy a hands-on lesson on exotic plants, fruits, vegetables, and more in the Borbon Market. From here, we’ll take a stroll through the vibrant Central Market, tasting empanada and continuing along local roads towards the the Cathedral, National Theater, and the beautiful parks Morazan, will help you get to know the country and its rich history and from this experience, you’ll have another sense , taste to get more in tune with San Jose. For the end visit Mr. Sloth Coffee Shop a store where you will find gourmet coffees and chocolates produced by women, in this special place tasting and learn to prepare coffee, enjoy a tamal , cooked by local families and wrapped in a banana leaf, learn how to make plantain empanadas with cheese, and try our famous Agua de Sapo, make with sugar cañe and lemon.
Bar Crawl in downtown San José
Staying in San Jose and looking for something fun to do? With pandemic regulations going back to normal and after two years, we're re-opening this fun 3-hour tour which has everything you need to have a good time while getting to know city's nightlife as a local. It'll be a great chance for you to see a little more of San Jose, while moving throughout one of our most popular, best-known bar districts and have a drink in at least three different pubs in the area. Music in the background, knowing local drinks, and the possibility to meet other fellow travelers is what you can expect from this Experience! As well as a little bit of dancing, fun drinking games, laughter and learning general/fun facts about Costa Rica. If you don't see any dates available that work for your time in San Jose, contact me anyway! We might be able to enable additional slots!
Farmers market and cooking lesson
My small town of Santa Ana is only 20 minutes drive from San Jose, but it feels like a different world. Join me as we shop at the local farmers market and sample all the wonderful fresh fruit and vegetables that are on offer. Back at my home I will give a cooking demonstration where you will learn a fresh approach to using Costa Rican flavors and unique ingredients and we will sit down in the garden and enjoy a delicious lunch together. We will follow the directions to keep us safe and healthy. Provecho! Here is a link to an article about the market: http://www.ticotimes.net/2019/03/15/off-the-eaten-path-santa-ana-farmers-market-3 Other things to note Be ready to walk, take pictures, do some cooking work and mainly, eat and enjoy! Also, we have a little cat at home. Want to learn more about the "Blue Zones"? https://www.cnn.com/2019/12/03/health/blue-zones-diet-food-wellness/index.html
Hike Tapir Mountain and its waterfalls
We’ll go to the cloud-forest in the mountains of Heredia on a LEVEL 4** hike that features two beautiful waterfalls and amazing landscapes. We’ll meet in Heredia city center and drive to a Protected Area where we’ll trek through a recovered cloud-forest with exuberant vegetation and lesser fauna. We’ll visit two waterfalls and if you’re up for it, swim in the pure, cold mountain water! After exploring the upper layers of the forest from atop a lookout point, we’ll head back to town to recover and enjoy a "casado" in a typical lunch PLEASE READ THIS FACTS ATTENTIVELY ** Level 4 hike means: "Intermediate hike with good inclines, some stamina is required. You need to stay hydrated. good for some kids and teens, not for beginners " ** We’ll drive 11 Km (7 miles) to the venue and we’ll hike about 3 hours. This experience takes 4 or 5 hours starting at 8:00 am. ** This 4 Km trek has a 160 meters altitude gain (2.5 miles hike in 525 feet incline). ** The trail is not paved and does not have handrails. Some rocky, steep or muddy terrain must be expected. ** Do not sign up if you have important knee problems, you are not moderately in shape or you never take walks. ** You should arrive to the meeting point by your own means. ** Also read "THINGS TO KNOW" for more info (in the last section). Please.

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Things to do near Sabana

Eat & make chocolates at local Factory
You will have a chocolate class and you will be able to taste the different products of chocolate production: cacao fruit, roasted and unroasted seed, cacao nibs, cocoa powder and ancestral cacao beverage. Then... hands into chocolate... you wil learn the way we make our modern chocolates. We will start with pure cacao to obtain cacao paste of concentrations from 70%, 75%, 85% and 100%. With this you will make different kinds of chocolates combining with fresh local ingredients and our own chocolate fillings and then just create your own chocolates. Finally we will give ecofriendly packaging materials so that you take home your own chocolate creations and share your souvernir from Costa Rica.
Pico Blanco Waterfall and Nature Hike
This guided hike begins in the mountain-top town of San Antonio, Escazú. We'll meet at "Terminal de buses El Curio" to begin the hike. Throughout the hike, we will get to see many types of butterflies, spot some interesting birds, learn a lot about Escazú's history, all while enjoying of the stunning views that this area has to offer. Part one of this hike will take us to the peak of Cerro Pico Blanco, which has a maximum elevation of 7450 ft. Here we will take some photos, and enjoy the scenery while we catch our breath before descending towards part two of the hike, Waterfall Rio Londres. Once there, you are welcome to swim, take some pictures or simply just sit back, eat a snack, and enjoy the landscape. Afterwards, we'll make our way down the mountain, stopping from time to time so that I can point out interesting things or share fun facts about the surrounding nature. Located just a short distance from the city of San José, this is one of the best ways to experience the natural surroundings of the country without having to travel too far. Pico Blanco is known for having the most beautiful views of the Central Valley, since it's the biggest mountain in the Escazú area. I can't wait for you to see these sights and have an unforgettable experience! I am here to support you and help you maximize your trip while here in Costa Rica! Duration: 10km/6mi - 5 hours of hiking
Night Walking Tour & Special Dinner with Cocktail Classes
Immerse yourself in the culture and history of the city. Explore San Jose by Night, complete with local markets, cultural icons, and a tasty dinner with wine! Starting with the Central Market, which, is the only way to learn about the city’s food. Stroll the market with your local guide and get to know the secrets, uses of the roots, herbs, and fruit common in local cuisines, including ingredients that will play a role in your authentic Costa Rican dinner later. The locals say that you can get anything you need at the Central Market, even love potions for attracting a boyfriend or girlfriend. After the market, we’ll make our way down Central Avenue, learning about the city’s history and anecdotes, as well as visiting one of the most architecturally beautiful buildings in San Jose, the National Theatre. From there, our appreciation for San Jose’s historical architecture continues, walk through Morazán Park and we will visit Mr. Sloth Coffee Shop to make el "Morenito" one delicious coffee cocktail and try "Golden Rush" cocktail. We’ll continue to charm Barrio Amon, one the oldest neighborhoods we’ll be spending the rest of the evening at a favorite restaurant that specializes in wine and gourmet food. This cozy establishment offers the best in Costa Rican cuisine a unique space that offers art, culture, history as well as fine dining.
Bites & Sights Walking San Jose Experience
If you want to get to know San Jose as a local and taste its flavors, nothing could get you closer to authentic San Jose than walking through the streets and the markets with a local as they show you the anecdotes and outs of daily life. On this experience you’ll get up close and personal with Costa Rican life, through local food, history, culture and even the herbal remedies of folk medicine. Enjoy a hands-on lesson on exotic plants, fruits, vegetables, and more in the Borbon Market. From here, we’ll take a stroll through the vibrant Central Market, tasting empanada and continuing along local roads towards the the Cathedral, National Theater, and the beautiful parks Morazan, will help you get to know the country and its rich history and from this experience, you’ll have another sense , taste to get more in tune with San Jose. For the end visit Mr. Sloth Coffee Shop a store where you will find gourmet coffees and chocolates produced by women, in this special place tasting and learn to prepare coffee, enjoy a tamal , cooked by local families and wrapped in a banana leaf, learn how to make plantain empanadas with cheese, and try our famous Agua de Sapo, make with sugar cañe and lemon.
Bar Crawl in downtown San José
Staying in San Jose and looking for something fun to do? With pandemic regulations going back to normal and after two years, we're re-opening this fun 3-hour tour which has everything you need to have a good time while getting to know city's nightlife as a local. It'll be a great chance for you to see a little more of San Jose, while moving throughout one of our most popular, best-known bar districts and have a drink in at least three different pubs in the area. Music in the background, knowing local drinks, and the possibility to meet other fellow travelers is what you can expect from this Experience! As well as a little bit of dancing, fun drinking games, laughter and learning general/fun facts about Costa Rica. If you don't see any dates available that work for your time in San Jose, contact me anyway! We might be able to enable additional slots!

Things to do near Rohrmoser

Inside and On the Mountain
Primero nos veremos en San José centro (Si están hospedados en San Jose o alrededores cercanos, incluye recogerlos y regresarlos a su lugar de hospedaje al finalizar la experiencia) de ahí viajaremos al oeste de San José donde disfrutaran de un tour guiado dentro de una montaña, una experiencia única en C.R, son mas de 500 metros de pasillos bajo tierra con 6 salones temáticos y 1 experiencia fantástica, luego de esto los llevare a una parada "bonus" al mall de la zona para hacer shopping o solo caminar para conocer, si necesitan comprar lo que sea (traje de baño, protector solar, regalos, etc.) tendrán un tiempo, luego de esto nos dirigimos a subir la montaña, a conocer el mejor mirador, el que en días despejados tiene la mayor apertura de visión, donde podrán apreciar no solo San José, si no también las provincias de Heredia y Alajuela, este lugar tiene una vista panorámica impresionante, excelente para enamorarse de Costa Rica, en este lugar podrán disfrutar de una cena a la carta ademas de una bebida que podría ser, cerveza, copa de vino, coctel o refresco natural, algunos días hay música en vivo que nos acompañara la cena. Nota: como servicio adicional e independiente tambien doy servicio de recogida en el aeropuerto Internacional Juan Santamaria hacia su lugar de hospedaje (y viceversa), consulte los precios, tambien hago viajes a playa o montaña
Walk with local biologists to discover San Jose Sloths
We will explore the hidden ecosystem resting inside the campus of the first public university in the country. You'll discover some amazing birdwatching, with several dozens of different bird species in the area and then we'll look for the small population of sloths living free on the campus' gardens. Many times we will try some wild berries and smell all sorts of barks and flowers. We'll be talking about art, history, indigenous culture, and most of all, nature. This is a full senses experience so you will get to see, touch, smell, taste, and listen to nature thriving amidst our country's biggest city. *** From May to November we recommend booking on the morning slot due to rainy afternoons, however, the afternoons are also great DISCLAIMER: This is not a Recue Center or Sloth Sactuary Tour. You will not be able to touch them, if found, the sloths will be seen in their natural habitat, which means most of the times they will be sleeping on thee trees. Still our experience is your best option at San Jose if you're a true nature lover.
San Jose Walking Tour
“The best way to start or end your trip in Costa Rica.” If you want to get to know San Jose thoroughly and taste its flavors, see its unique architecture and get to know its history, this is the tour you are looking for! The plan is to show you around the city and walk around, talk and have coffee as if we've been friends for a long time. We will leave from the Steinvorth Building to the birthplace of the New Villa of the Boca del Monte de San Joseph (colonial name of the current Costa Rican capital), to walk through historical points and transcendent places of facts for our country. It is a route based on details, history, anecdotes, corners little known by the tourist, complemented by the entrance to heritage buildings and public and private spaces, such as museums, squares, cafes, galleries, among others. Ideal for photographing and being able to walk around the city and identify its main points, bus stops, shops, markets and everything you need to move around San José. In two and a half hours we'll give you a perspective that few can give you and that will show you why San José was a great city and because it was called "Little Paris." Even when it rains, we'll have a tour. We will go through San Jose, through some areas of its four historic districts (Carmen, Merced, Hospital and Cathedral).
Ultimate Costa Rican Coffee Experience
You'll start your day early, experiencing the coffee harvester's way of living in Costa Rica enjoying a traditional breakfast in Picnic at a coffee plantation. Later, in our specialized coffee tour you'll learn from an expert everything there is to know about how coffee is grown and processed until it reaches your mug. The last stop (and I assure you your favorite) is a tasting session known as cupping, where you will learn to identify the different flavor notes and get a chance to go behind the bar and create your very own coffee drink and discover your inner barista. Other things to note Bring sunscreen as part of the day will be spent outside, we also recommend bringing a camera and comfortable clothes.
Public Art Tour in San José
The Public Art tour is a two hour walking tour through the Carmen district of the San José province. The tour starts on Central Avenue heading east towards cultural mecca such as the Amón neighborhood, Otoya, Aranjuez, La California and ending in the Escalante neighborhood. We walk through historic buildings, parks and squares that allow a story of the history of Costa Rica. It is a search for mural art and graffiti on the city walls, also monuments. Details of urban artists and their techniques are given. In addition to an analysis of the communicative power of public art and note that San José is a concrete jungle, surrounded by a lot of nature. Costa Rica en la Pared is the organization who gives the tour. Working through tourism and art to make a social impact in communities. Other things to note It is a walk for more than 2 hours. Always be well hydrated and well fed. Be protected by the sun and also by the rain. Costa Rica's weather is crazy!

Things to do near Aeropuerto

Healthy Brunch and Farmer's Market
We are really in to keep you safe, so we are doing everything to follow the rules. My small town of Santa Ana is only a 20-minute drive from San Jose, but it feels like a different world. Join me as we shop early in the morning at the local farmers market and sample all the wonderful fresh fruit and vegetables that are on offer. Back at my home I will provide a delicious brunch of coffee, fresh fruit juice, fresh fruit and eggs with toast before you head off to enjoy the rest of your day. Here is a link to an article about the market: http://www.ticotimes.net/2019/03/15/off-the-eaten-path-santa-ana-farmers-market-3 NOTE: This experience is shorter than my cooking lesson experience and starts earlier. Other things to note We want to take advantage of the early hours, so you can move to your next activity, so please be here on time. Be ready to walk, take pictures, do some cooking work and mainly, eat and enjoy! Also, we have a little cat at home. Want to know a little bit more about the "Blue Zones"? https://www.cnn.
Authentic Cooking & Family Experience
It is going to be a gastronomic and cultural Costa Rican experience. The experience will start taking you to the local farmer market to choose some of the seasonal ingredients of the recipe we are going to prepare. After that, we will try your culinary skills and proceed to cook the main course. The dishes will be based on Costa Rica traditional spices. We will cook up the popular ¨casado¨, which consist of rice, beans, chopped vegetables, salad, a natural refreshment and baked sweet plantain with cinnamon and vanilla, as dessert. While you will be learning the recipes, you will share time with our family and learn more from our country and culture in a memorable way. Note: Available for lunch or dinner. Let us know your dietary restrictions. Farmers market is available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, best time will be for the lunch experience. During the week we visit the local fruits & veggies store. Other things to note Depending where you will be staying at, the easiest way is to take an uber to our house. LGTBIQ+ friendly
San Jose Walking Bites and Sights Tour
50% DISCOUNT WHEN 2+ PASSENGERS BOOK! Take a wander through the city with us on this tour that takes typical San Jose and turns it into a local experience you’ll never forget. *HIGHLIGHTS* - Discover San Jose’s Borbón and Central Markets - Become a "mixologist" of natural Costa Rican drinks with the help of a expert - Sample seasonal Costa Rican food while you sip its legendary coffee *INCLUSIONS* - Various food samples - Cup of organic coffee On this San Jose tour, you’ll get up close and personal with Costa Rican life, through local food, history, and even the herbal remedies of folk medicine. Enjoy a hands-on lesson on exotic plants, fruits, vegetables, and the smoothies they can create in the midst of the vibrant city markets. Nothing could get you closer to authentic San Jose than strolling through the streets with a local as we show you the ins and outs of daily life.
Hike Tapir Mountain and its waterfalls
We’ll go to the cloud-forest in the mountains of Heredia on a LEVEL 4** hike that features two beautiful waterfalls and amazing landscapes. We’ll meet in Heredia city center and drive to a Protected Area where we’ll trek through a recovered cloud-forest with exuberant vegetation and lesser fauna. We’ll visit two waterfalls and if you’re up for it, swim in the pure, cold mountain water! After exploring the upper layers of the forest from atop a lookout point, we’ll head back to town to recover and enjoy a "casado" in a typical lunch PLEASE READ THIS FACTS ATTENTIVELY ** Level 4 hike means: "Intermediate hike with good inclines, some stamina is required. You need to stay hydrated. good for some kids and teens, not for beginners " ** We’ll drive 11 Km (7 miles) to the venue and we’ll hike about 3 hours. This experience takes 4 or 5 hours starting at 8:00 am. ** This 4 Km trek has a 160 meters altitude gain (2.5 miles hike in 525 feet incline). ** The trail is not paved and does not have handrails. Some rocky, steep or muddy terrain must be expected. ** Do not sign up if you have important knee problems, you are not moderately in shape or you never take walks. ** You should arrive to the meeting point by your own means. ** Also read "THINGS TO KNOW" for more info (in the last section). Please.
Caminata en la montañas de Escazu, disfruta de las mascaras
Unmask the beauty of contemporary Costa Rican life on this walking tour of San Jose and Escazu Mountains la Ventolera. Setting off from the beautiful National Theatre Building, you’ll instantly fall in love with San Jose’s beauty. Fortunately, this city has so much more to offer, so you still have loads to look forward to! We’ll board the private transport and make our way to one of the oldest cities  Escazu, known for its spooky witch-related folklore. On our way to the city of the witches, you’ll spot La Sabana Metropolitan Park, which used to be the San Jose international airport. We started hiking to la Ventolera, which is a remarkable view of San Jose and framed by forest, after spending the time admiring the surroundings and enjoying ourselves, we are trying agua dulce and traditional biscochos. We will continue to hike down the hill to Bebedero, where we have private transportation to taste chicha, a traditional local drink that has been enjoyed for hundreds of years. Our beverage will also prepare us for one of the coolest local traditions: Costa Rican masks and masquerade.  By the end of this San Jose tour, you’ll feel so much like a local. Our private transportation back to San Jose we ending in Mr. Sloth Coffee Shop, where you learn to prepare coffee, or our famous agua de sapo from sugar cane and lemon juice, and make empanada.

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Eat & make chocolates at local Factory
You will have a chocolate class and you will be able to taste the different products of chocolate production: cacao fruit, roasted and unroasted seed, cacao nibs, cocoa powder and ancestral cacao beverage. Then... hands into chocolate... you wil learn the way we make our modern chocolates. We will start with pure cacao to obtain cacao paste of concentrations from 70%, 75%, 85% and 100%. With this you will make different kinds of chocolates combining with fresh local ingredients and our own chocolate fillings and then just create your own chocolates. Finally we will give ecofriendly packaging materials so that you take home your own chocolate creations and share your souvernir from Costa Rica.
Night Walking Tour & Special Dinner with Cocktail Classes
Immerse yourself in the culture and history of the city. Explore San Jose by Night, complete with local markets, cultural icons, and a tasty dinner with wine! Starting with the Central Market, which, is the only way to learn about the city’s food. Stroll the market with your local guide and get to know the secrets, uses of the roots, herbs, and fruit common in local cuisines, including ingredients that will play a role in your authentic Costa Rican dinner later. The locals say that you can get anything you need at the Central Market, even love potions for attracting a boyfriend or girlfriend. After the market, we’ll make our way down Central Avenue, learning about the city’s history and anecdotes, as well as visiting one of the most architecturally beautiful buildings in San Jose, the National Theatre. From there, our appreciation for San Jose’s historical architecture continues, walk through Morazán Park and we will visit Mr. Sloth Coffee Shop to make el "Morenito" one delicious coffee cocktail and try "Golden Rush" cocktail. We’ll continue to charm Barrio Amon, one the oldest neighborhoods we’ll be spending the rest of the evening at a favorite restaurant that specializes in wine and gourmet food. This cozy establishment offers the best in Costa Rican cuisine a unique space that offers art, culture, history as well as fine dining.
Pico Blanco Waterfall and Nature Hike
This guided hike begins in the mountain-top town of San Antonio, Escazú. We'll meet at "Terminal de buses El Curio" to begin the hike. Throughout the hike, we will get to see many types of butterflies, spot some interesting birds, learn a lot about Escazú's history, all while enjoying of the stunning views that this area has to offer. Part one of this hike will take us to the peak of Cerro Pico Blanco, which has a maximum elevation of 7450 ft. Here we will take some photos, and enjoy the scenery while we catch our breath before descending towards part two of the hike, Waterfall Rio Londres. Once there, you are welcome to swim, take some pictures or simply just sit back, eat a snack, and enjoy the landscape. Afterwards, we'll make our way down the mountain, stopping from time to time so that I can point out interesting things or share fun facts about the surrounding nature. Located just a short distance from the city of San José, this is one of the best ways to experience the natural surroundings of the country without having to travel too far. Pico Blanco is known for having the most beautiful views of the Central Valley, since it's the biggest mountain in the Escazú area. I can't wait for you to see these sights and have an unforgettable experience! I am here to support you and help you maximize your trip while here in Costa Rica! Duration: 10km/6mi - 5 hours of hiking
Bites & Sights Walking San Jose Experience
If you want to get to know San Jose as a local and taste its flavors, nothing could get you closer to authentic San Jose than walking through the streets and the markets with a local as they show you the anecdotes and outs of daily life. On this experience you’ll get up close and personal with Costa Rican life, through local food, history, culture and even the herbal remedies of folk medicine. Enjoy a hands-on lesson on exotic plants, fruits, vegetables, and more in the Borbon Market. From here, we’ll take a stroll through the vibrant Central Market, tasting empanada and continuing along local roads towards the the Cathedral, National Theater, and the beautiful parks Morazan, will help you get to know the country and its rich history and from this experience, you’ll have another sense , taste to get more in tune with San Jose. For the end visit Mr. Sloth Coffee Shop a store where you will find gourmet coffees and chocolates produced by women, in this special place tasting and learn to prepare coffee, enjoy a tamal , cooked by local families and wrapped in a banana leaf, learn how to make plantain empanadas with cheese, and try our famous Agua de Sapo, make with sugar cañe and lemon.
Bar Crawl in downtown San José
Staying in San Jose and looking for something fun to do? With pandemic regulations going back to normal and after two years, we're re-opening this fun 3-hour tour which has everything you need to have a good time while getting to know city's nightlife as a local. It'll be a great chance for you to see a little more of San Jose, while moving throughout one of our most popular, best-known bar districts and have a drink in at least three different pubs in the area. Music in the background, knowing local drinks, and the possibility to meet other fellow travelers is what you can expect from this Experience! As well as a little bit of dancing, fun drinking games, laughter and learning general/fun facts about Costa Rica. If you don't see any dates available that work for your time in San Jose, contact me anyway! We might be able to enable additional slots!
Manuel Antonio National Park Guided Tour
*********** IMPORTANT INFORMATION ********* After 4 persons 5% Discount You can request different times. This Experience is available PRIVATE. Are you Looking for Animals and have an amazing experience? We will set off from the World- Famous Manuel Antonio National Park at the Main Entrance. For the next 2 hours, you will be taken through several trails in our quest to spot animals. As a Certified ICT Nature Specialist, i will be helping you to discover many different species of animals hidden or been camouflaged in plain sight and sharing interesting facts and behaviors learned by guiding tours for over 13 years. During the tour, Videos in 4K and pictures of your favorite animals will be taken through our top-of-the-line Swarovski Crystals Spotting ATX Scope with no additional cost adding those fantastic memories to your vacations. Wildlife at the park is exuberant, sloths, monkeys, toucans, different species of birds, butterflies, lizards, iguanas, crabs, insects. All these animals and much more could be seen on our way to Manuel Antonio beach. Once there, we will take a break, to relax or swim. After our beach break. You will continue discovering more about Manuel Antonio and its Hidden Beauty on our way to the exit of the park. See you soon on our tour. Announcements Admissions feeds are $5.65 (children) $18.08 (adult) additional to the price.
Hike to Rio Fortuna Waterfall, Arenal Volcano and Hot Springs
We will meet the guide at the Sloth Watching Trail at 8:00 am, or at your hotel if it is near La Fortuna. (please indicate that you require transportation) First we go to the majestic La Fortuna Waterfall, which is 230 feet high; where if the weather allows it, we will bathe in its crystal clear waters. (if it rains a lot it won't be possible) We will be around an hour and a half in this place; then we will take the minibus to go to the next point and one of the most spectacular, the walk in the tropical forest to the base of the Arenal Volcano, where we will visit the lava flows of the years 1525, 1968 and 2010; Also while we enjoy this beautiful ecological park we will learn about the trees and animals that inhabit this place. (Approximately two hours to the base of the volcano and one hour to the green lagoon). After the descent we will enjoy a bath in the green lagoon of totally clean water and of volcanic formation. Once we have enjoyed it, we will have a traditional lunch. To finish we return to the bus to go to the natural river of hot springs (Rio Tabacón), where we will enjoy a majestic place, we will also put on a volcanic mud mask. For after a great day of adventure and experience, return to La Fortuna around 4 pm.
Hike and Waterfall Swim at Rio Agres
This guided hike begins in the mountain-top town of San Antonio, Escazú, where we will walk together to the starting point of the hike. From there, we will walk further up into the hills, taking in better and better views as we go. Throughout the hike, we will pass an array or flora and fauna, stunning views, rivers, and eventually we will arrive at the waterfall. You are welcome to swim, or simply just sit back, eat a snack, and enjoy the landscape. We will return back on the same path, and we will stop from time to time so that I can point out interesting things or share fun facts. When we arrive back, you will be filled with a sense of accomplishment, an appreciation of the natural surroundings, and hopefully an experience that you'll remember for a lifetime! Located just a short distance from the city of San José, this is one of the best ways to experience the natural surroundings of the country without having to travel too far. I can't wait for you to see these sights and have an unforgettable experience. I am here to support you as we go, and help you maximize your trip while here in Costa Rica! Duration: 5.6km/3.5mi. It will take about 3.5 hours, but that is dependent on the pace of the group. Difficulty: Moderate-Intermediate hike, but it is accessible for all people of varying abilities. Elevation: 1774m/5,820 ft maximum; 371m/1040ft change
San Jose Walking Tour
“The best way to start or end your trip in Costa Rica.” If you want to get to know San Jose thoroughly and taste its flavors, see its unique architecture and get to know its history, this is the tour you are looking for! The plan is to show you around the city and walk around, talk and have coffee as if we've been friends for a long time. We will leave from the Steinvorth Building to the birthplace of the New Villa of the Boca del Monte de San Joseph (colonial name of the current Costa Rican capital), to walk through historical points and transcendent places of facts for our country. It is a route based on details, history, anecdotes, corners little known by the tourist, complemented by the entrance to heritage buildings and public and private spaces, such as museums, squares, cafes, galleries, among others. Ideal for photographing and being able to walk around the city and identify its main points, bus stops, shops, markets and everything you need to move around San José. In two and a half hours we'll give you a perspective that few can give you and that will show you why San José was a great city and because it was called "Little Paris." Even when it rains, we'll have a tour. We will go through San Jose, through some areas of its four historic districts (Carmen, Merced, Hospital and Cathedral).
Costa Rica Photoshoots
Professional photoshoots that will include 30 photos, I provide them by email in high resolution 15 days after the experience! you don’t need to be a model! I would help everyone with poses, faces and everything! At the same time you will discover some beautiful and not so popular places in Costa Rica! **NEW** Video and Drone! Yes now you can have your memories of the place we visit in an: Small video of 30 - 45 seconds for an extra and also Drone shots! Just let me know if you're intrested :) I work in San Jose, Heredia, Cartago, Puntarenas, Guanacaste, Alajuela, all around the country! Talk with me first to see if we can arrange a photoshoot around waterfalls, beaches or more :) I will give you instructions depending on the place we are going! Costa Rica has lots of places I decided to start this photoshoots with Airbnb’s experiences because of the love I have traveling and meeting new cultures! At the same time I would love to show you some beautiful places that our country have! If you want to see more of my Job you can go to Instagram as @aguaecoco_cr and my web page aguaecoco.com
  1. Airbnb
  2. Costa Rica
  3. San José