It is located in the Central Pacific coast, only two hours driving from San Jose and can be visited while staying in, or on the way to, Jaco, Herradura or Manuel Antonio. This 210 acre private reserve is a transitional area between the drier climate of the northwest and the more humid climate of the southern coast.
The visit includes the hour-long tram ride accompanied by a bilingual naturalist guide and a 45 minute guided nature walk. It allows visitors to discover the hidden secrets and hanging gardens of the tropical forest from a different perspective.
The property offers the following attractions and facilities: aerial tram allowing a maximum of nine passengers plus one naturalist per gondola; guided walking trails, herbarium, heliconias gallery, snake exhibit, multimedia presentation, information center, cafeteria, gift shop, bathrooms and parking lot. Smoking is not allow in the reserve. Easy access for all people including seniors, children and disabled visitors. Even the aerial tram gondolas are wheelchair accessible.
Talk by phone with one of our travel experts1-800-253-6591
We are active members of the most important tourist associations, both national and international.
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