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Tirimbina Cloud Forest Tour

Tirimbina Cloud Forest Tour Packages
Country: Costa Rica
City: Sarapiquí
Duration: 8 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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General Information:

As the first part of the tour, will be picked up in the lobby of the hotel where they are hosted, by a private transport of the company, this will make your journey as comfortable and pleasant.

Starting the day with a great breakfast in the restaurant, the Hummingbird Gallery, to follow the path surrounded by the scenic beauty of Costa Rica, where the flora always will accompany us during the tour.

We will begin our adventure through the trails of Tirimbina, and experience in a personal way the beauty of the Costa Rican rainforest. During this activity an expert will guide you through the trails. In addition enjoy the different characteristics of the unique vegetation in the rainforest, well as sightings of different species of wildlife.

In our tour enjoy the complete experience of the tropical forest and feel with each step the life of nature, while discovering its secrets.

It is necessary for this tour follow the following recommendations:

Closed shoes (tennis, rubber boots)

Bring repellent

Poncho or rain jacket and sunscreen

More About Tirimbina Cloud Forest:

Located in the Sarapiquí region and within the Tirimbina Biological Reserve, the Tirimbina Rainforest Center is an educational research center whose mission is to preserve the endangered plants and animals of the topical rainforest. This center offers visitors some very unique and experience-based opportunities.

With over 430 species of birds including toucans, parrots, trogons, and hummingbirds, Sarapiquí is one of the best regions in Costa Rica to spot these radiant creatures.

Bats are the only mammal capable of true flight and are the most diverse mammal in the rainforest because they have extremely specialized feeding habits. Some have evolved to feed on flower nectar and pollen and others on fruit. Some bats have evolved to feed on fish, which they find by echolocation, and some feed on beetles whose footsteps they can actually hear!

Tirimbina is officially part of the 25% of Costa Rica currently protected from the deforestation.

Come and explore the trails, discover its flora and fauna, walk on the suspension bridges and discover the secrets of the rainforest.

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