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Enjoy a natural experience in Costa Rica, one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world.

Tamarindo Estuary Tour

Tamarindo Estuary Tour

Boat expedition explores a protected inland waterway, while enjoying magical ecosystem of the Tamarindo mangrove estuary and observing such interesting wildlife as howler monkeys and an array of birds. This unique brackish water jungle is fed by the ebb and flow of the Pacific Ocean and is the heart of the Tamarindo Wildlife Sanctuary. The estuary is protected by the national park system here in Costa Rica and is home to hundreds of species of mammals and birds. Don’t miss the opportunity to spend the morning on a guided boat tour of this beautiful jungle to experience the sights and sounds of nature coming to life.

Location: Tamarindo

Phone: (506) 2653-1668

Toll Free: 1-888-766-4616



Bird Watching and River Floating

Bird Watching and River Floating

Costa Rica has long been famous among serious bird watchers, but many people who would never consider the activity at home quickly become interested in the country's spectacular avian diversity. With almost 850 species of birds -- more than in all of North America -- packed into an area half the size of Kentucky, it's hard not to become enthused about the variety of feathered creatures one encounters in Costa Rica and of course we can provide experienced nature guides who make any bird watching expedition an educational experience. This classic float trip is especially for birdwatchers and nature lovers. The scenery and wildlife along the river are legendary. As you leisurely raft along this tranquil river, you might spot one of the more than 300 species of birds from the nearby Palo Verde National Park. Among the more commonly seen birds are ospreys, kingfishers, cormorants, and blue, tiger and boat-billed herons. Other wildlife in the area includes otters, howler monkeys, white-faced monkeys, iguanas and many other types of lizards. One of the reasons for Costa Rica's extraordinary bird life is the country's great variety of habitats: rain forests, mangrove swamps, beaches, cloud forest, rivers, etc. And any two of those ecosystems, with their resident bird species, are often only a short distance apart.

Location: Guanacaste

Phone: (506) 2653-1668

Toll Free: 1-888-766-4616


Palo Verde National Park

Palo Verde National Park

One of the most important and interesting National Parks in Costa Rica. It has at least 12 different habitats within the park including: mangroves, swamps, swamps forests, saltwater and freshwater lagoons and marshes. In this tour you will go through two antique villages: Bolson and Ortega, then we get into the Tempisque River, the most important river of Guanacaste. On this river you will enjoy a boat ride. From the boat, watch the fabulous array of wild birds and a myriad of creatures such as howler monkeys, green iguanas and coatis, anteaters and crocodiles. The park provides shelter for a great variety of birds such as the American Woodstock, the Roseate Spoonbill, the Boat-billed Heron, the Tiger Heron and the Tropical Kingbird. This is a great tour for those who love nature and bird watching!!!

Location: Palo Verde

Phone: (506) 2653-1668

Toll Free: 1-888-766-4616

Vacation Rentals of Tamarind
Apartado Postal 63-50309 Tamarindo,
S.C. Guanacaste 50309
Local: +011 (506) 2653-1668
Toll-Free: +1 (888) 766-4616
Skype: vacationrentalsoftamarindo
Email: rentals@vacationrentalsoftamarindo.com
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