Carara National Park
$69 Adults & $60 Children
Description: Carara Biological Reserve is a transition forest between the Tropical dry forest region to the north, and the more humid Pacific rainforest to the south. Relatively small, only 4,700 hectares, the Carara National Park is one of the few remaining breeding grounds for the majestic scarlet macaw which can easily be spotted in the early morning and late afternoon hours. Also, this is a Pre-Colonial Archaeological site with rivers, lakes and waterfalls. You will find monkeys, collared aracaris, raccoons, coatis and many different species of birds. The hike is flat and quite moderate.
What to Bring: Comfortable clothes, walking shoes (no flip-flops, sun block, insect repellent, hat, bottle water, camera and binoculars (Vortex binoculars available for rent. Inquire in the comment section at check out).
What´s Included: Park entrance fee, air condition transportation and bilingual guide.
Pickup Time(s): 6:45am to 7:00am from the Jaco Area.
Important Notes:
*A child is considered 1-6 years.
*If you would like to add the Crocodile Safari Tour, it makes for a great combination as the two tours are very close to each other! Inquire in the comment section at check out.