Howler monkeys swing through the trees at the Tiskita Jungle Lodge.
Our small group enjoys exclusive private boat cruises through the canals Tortuguero National Park.
Costa Rica contains 5% of the world's biodiversity, making it an optimal location for wildlife viewing.
Private boat cruises through the Costa Rican rain forest provide opportunities to look for Capuchin monkeys.
More than 400 species of birds, including the yellow-throated euphonia, inhabit the Monteverde Cloud Forest.
Costa Rica represents less than 1 percent of the world’s land mass, yet it contains 5 percent of the Earth’s biodiversity. Protected forests and reserves make up more than 25 percent of the country, too.
Natural Jewels of Costa Rica Visit three of the country’s most famous destinations: Tortuguero National Park, Monteverde Cloud Forest and Arenal Volcano. 9-day tours from $4,295
Costa Rica Wilderness Explorer Explore more off-the-beaten-path regions by canoe, foot and private boat. Itinerary highlights include Tiskita Jungle Lodge, Manuel Antonio National Park and Los Quetzales National Park. 8-day tours from $3,595
Family Costa Rica Adventure A specially guided rainforest adventure for the entire family. Itinerary highlights include Sarapiquí, Arenal and San José. 7-day tours from $2,895 for adults; $2,495 for children
The Panama Canal & The Wonders of Costa Rica Explore lush rainforests, snorkel from pristine beaches, and cruise the legendary canal. Itinerary highlights include Isla Coiba National Park, Osa Peninsula and Manuel Antonio National Park. 8-day tours from $5,690
Costa Rica Private Custom Adventure Choose from an exciting array of rainforest, beach and mountain activities, and we’ll create your dream tropical adventure. Custom tours from $3,695
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WWF in Costa Rica WWF’s work to protect Costa Rica’s wildlife includes setting up camera traps—simple cameras with infrared sensors that snap a photo whenever they sense movement—deep in Costa Rican rain forests. Footage of rare and endangered animals helps researchers make important decisions about conservation.