Palo Verde National Park is the most important nesting, reproduction and feeding site for either resident or migratory birds in Costa Rica.
Enjoy a boat ride along the longest river in the northwest side of the country and discover a high diversity of wildlife in this Conservation Park watching monkeys, iguanas and crocodiles.
After lunch you will visit Guaitil, near Santa Cruz city, which is the only town in Costa Rica where they make Indian pottery, using the same methods and materials used thousands of years ago. Learn about an ancient tradition passed on generation to generation. Check out clay, tools and other materials that are used to make this unique type of pottery and get the chance to purchase some ceramics to the local artisans.
Driving time is 1:35 hours each way
Pick up time: 9:30 am
Return: 3:00 pm
Age & Equipment
Minimum age: Not required
Suggested fitness level: Low
Equipment: Hat, binoculars, snickers, camera or video, insect repellent, rain gear (rainy season), sandals, sun glasses and money (for gratuities & shopping)
No charge before 24 hours notice
Cost per person:
- $ 140 with 4 people minimum
- $ 165 with 3 people minimum
- $ 175 with 2 people minimum
(Cash or Credit Card)
On the way to this national park you will drive through sugar cane and cantaloupe farms observing the harvesting process (In Season)
Great way to learn about some of the major crops in Costa Rica!