- A/C Transportation in a microbus
- Pick up and Drop off
- Bilingual Tour Guide
- Boat trip down the Palo Verde wetlands
- Wildlife viewing
- An USD $8.00 contribution to the National Park
Meals are not included in this tour.
This guided tour is the best way to see firsthand some of Costa Rica's wildlife including monkeys, crocodiles, iguanas and a wide variety of exotic birds. All of this while you gently cruise down the Palo Verde wetlands.
Are you wondering where you can see monkeys? This is your best choice. Explore the shelter of a great variety of wildlife.
The Palo Verde National Park quite a unique place, being simultaneously a wetland AND a tropical dry forest making it a safe haven for wildlife and vegetation, home to an incredible variety of exotic animals that will amaze you! On this tour you get to enjoy all the treasures hidden in the Costa Rican jungle through the comfort of our jungle boat.
Just sit down and relax while you cruise slowly through the Palo Verde wetlands but keep an eye on your surroundings you will be able to spot crocodiles, monkeys, iguanas, and hundreds of birds!
Shorts, T- shirt, Tennis shoes.
Sunscreen, hat, mosquito repellent, camera.
Baggage: Baggage is carried under passenger's risk. Liability for loss, delay, or damage to baggage is limited to a maximum of USD $ 100.00, regardless of the value for it's owner, unless a higher value is declared in advance and additional charges are paid. We assume no liability for fragile, valuable or perishable articles.
Adventure Activities: When practicing adventure activities, and/or visiting wilderness areas or other places were the tour enters or takes place, the tour participant attests and verifies to be physically fit and in good health to undertake these activities. The tour participant expressly accepts and assumes the risks and dangers inherent to these areas and activities.
Accidents: Liability for death or personal injuries to passengers is limited to contract conditions with suppliers and insurance coverage subscribed by the company, according to the laws of Costa Rica, in effect at the moment of the accident.
Cancellations within 48 hours prior to departure will be considered a "no-show;" therefore, no refunds will be made.