Classy, beautiful, and relaxing. Alma Hotel & Restaurant is in Esterillos and is definitely worth a day trip to enjoy the facilities and the gorgeous beach. Alma Hotel is chosen by many couples as their wedding location, so this can give you an idea of its beautiful setting and the quality of their service. The food here is simply amazing and they have a good variety of cocktails and liquor.
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Costa Rica, with its diverse eco system and terrain, offers an amazing array of adventure and fun, the perfect place to spend your next family vacation and spring break.
Whether you want to fish in world-class waters, fly through the forest on a canopy tour or ATV, hike or horseback ride to gorgeous waterfalls, take in a few rounds of golf at the professional 18 hole, par 72 Los Suenos Resort course or spend a day at the Spa, HRG will organize it all for you.
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La Fragata Sailing Club Youth Sailing Program in Los Sueños Marina, Herradura Bay, provides an excellent venue for children to learn to sail, and to improve sailing skills. Girls and boys from ages 6-16 of all levels of experience are welcome to participate in our weekend classes, holiday camps, regattas, and private classes.
Spend the day on beautiful Tortuga Island! Take a brand new catamaran from Los Sueños Marina and sail off for the island known for its pristine white sandy beach and tranquil crystal blue waters. Included with your Tortuga Island Cruise is a snorkel trip, an Eco trail hike and a ride around the bay on the “banana” boat. In addition, the island offers a variety of watersport rentals such as wave runners, paddle boards, kayaks etc
The adventure takes place on the Tárcoles River. One of four rivers that flow out into the Nicoya Peninsula, Tarcoles has one of the world's largest crocodile populations in the wild with some up to fifteen feet long. In addition, there are over fifty different kinds of birds, including the scarlet macaw and a great variety of resident and migrant waterfowl. Iguanas and Jesus Cristo lizards are also very common
The Poás Volcano is among the most visited national parks in Costa Rica and a powerful symbol of the geothermal forces that formed our Country. The crater is 2,704 meters high, 1,050 feet (320 meters) deep.
As you tour by boat through the mangroves, you will see several of bird species as well as hopefully have an opportunity to interact with families of Capuchin Monkeys. You might be able to take a picture with the monkey if you are lucky! Regardless this is a great family tour.
Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica's smallest national park. The diversity of wildlife in its 6.83 km2 (3 sq. mi) is unequaled, with 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds. Three of Costa Rica's monkeys (the Mantled Howler monkey, Central American Squirrel monkey, and White-headed Capuchin monkey) along with black Spiny-tailed Iguana...
This canopy tour provides you with the adventure of a lifetime; once you arrive at the top of the mountain, the bilingual guides will explain step by step all of the safety procedures you must follow to enjoy your adventure. Then you will descend to the bottom via a series of zip lines, including 11 to 14 platforms and 8-12 cables with a total cable distance of 3.5 kilometers including the longest cable in the area (2400 ft.)
The attractions and activities in this exciting tour include the Rainforest Aerial Tram, Tranopy Zip Line, Bird Watching, Family Tour, Serpentarium, and Trekking Tour. Each of these expeditions showcases the wonder of Costa Rican nature with unique eco tours. The Aerial Tram features 18 gondolas that transport a maximum of 9 passengers each including one bilingual (English/Spanish) naturalist guide for a tour to the canopy and the rich ecosystem of Costa Rican rain forests.
This trip includes a short hike to some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the area. In the rainy season (May thru December), you will encounter big-water Class III rapids with roller coaster type waves and in the dry season (January thru April) expert guides will be there to help you navigate the rapids.