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Jaco Tours
Rates valid thru November 30, 2013. Subject to changes without previous notice.
Canopy Tour Los Sueños - $77 per person

Feel the adrenaline and enjoy Mother Nature without harming the environment. This tour boasts spectacular views of the Herradura bay and island, as well as the Nicoya Gulf. Take the chance to view Scarlet Macaws, Chestnut mandible Toucans and White-faced Monkeys. Descend to the bottom of this mountain on the zipline, including 15 platforms and 14 cables with a total cable distance of 3.5 kilometer including the longest cable in the area of 2400 ft!!!! 

Duration: 2 hrs
What to Bring: light comfortable clothing, walking shoes, long pants, sun block, camera and binoculars.
Includes: transportation, entrance fee, equipment, experienced bilingual guide fruits and bottled water. Canopy Tours 275 pounds maximum weight.  Pregnant women not allowed

Manuel Antonio National Park - $95 per person

Manuel Antonio National Park is very popular due to its wide variety of flora and fauna. You can enjoy a picturesque hike and after the hike you will relax in its white sand beaches, Espadilla Sur and Manuel Antonio Beach. This protected area also houses coastal rainforests, mangrove swamps, coral formations and islands. The park is closed on Mondays.

Duration: 8 hours approx.
What to Bring: Sun block, swimsuit and towel, beach sandals, insect repellent, camera and hat.
Includes: transportation, soft drinks, bilingual guide, national park entrance fee and lunch.

Jungle River & Crocodile Adventure - $69 per person

This adventure takes you through the marvelous wonders of our rainforest. You will explore the Tarcoles River, on our stunning pacific coast, while you appreciate different kinds of mammals, birds and reptiles that flourish in this mangrove system.

Duration: 5 hours approx.
What to Bring: light comfortable clothing and shoes, sun block, insect repellent, hat, binoculars and camera.
Includes: transportation, boat tour and equipment, bilingual guide, entrance fee and bottled water and soft drinks.

Carara National Park - $80 per person

This incredible protected area measures about 4,700 Hectares and is home to approximately 48% of Costa Rica’s aviary species. It is situated in a transitional region between the tropical dry forest and the humid pacific rainforest. Here you can observe colorful species of flora and fauna from a varied ecosystem. You will be able to spot the Scarlet Macaw, Collared Aracai and various monkey species. 

Duration: 5 hours approx.
What to Bring: light comfortable clothing, walking shoes, sun block, insect repellent, hat, camera and binoculars.
 Includes: transportation, bilingual naturalist guide, national park entrance fee and bottled water.
Bijagual Waterfall Horseback Riding - $100 per person
Ride up the trail after your safety briefing. Observe stunning jungle vegetation, while our naturalist guide gives you an explanation.The Bijagual waterfalls house many secrets of Mother Nature; visitors can explore the area on foot and relish the up close look at exotic flora and fauna. You may be able to observe toucans and scarlet macaws.  Don´t  forget your camera, because you will be taking amazing pictures of the impressive views this tour offers you.

Duration: 5 hours approx.
What to Bring: Hat, sun block, walking shoes, insect repellent and camera.
Includes: transportation, horseback riding equipment, experienced bilingual guide and snacks.

Savegre White Water Rafting - $120 per person
Enjoy the scenic roadtrip as it takes you over winding gravel roads through remote countryside landscapes on your way to challenge  the Class II and Class III rapids of Savegre River. Once you reach the end of the river you will be able to take a closer look at your surroundings and admire the colorful flora and fauna, finding beautiful species of the primary jungle vegetation. Your guide will lead you to a stunning waterfall where you will stop for snacks. You can take advantage of this relaxing pause and swim a little in the calm pond nearby. After the tour you will also be served a delicious homemade meal.

Duration: 8 hrs approx.
What to Bring: Rubber-soled shoes, swimsuit; shorts of a quick-drying material; hat with a brim for sun; towel; waterproof sun protection; T-shirt is optional.Bring an extra change of dry clothes for after rafting.
Includes: transportation, river gear, lunch, soft drinks & fruits, bilingual guide.


Villa Lapas Sky Way - $85 per person
Villa Lapas is a natural reserve that borders Carara national park. The Sky Way is an exciting tour that includes 5 hanging bridges, throughout this hike you will be able to observe primary and secondary rainforest vegetation. Keep your eyes open to see the numerous bird species, mammals and other varied fauna that call this forest home.

Duration:4 hours approx.
What to Bring: casual clothing, camera and walking shoes
 Includes: bottled water

Catamaran Adventure - $120 per person

You will travel approximately 20 minutes to the Quepos dock to board the catamaran.. You will set sail towards the horizon and cruise over sapphire hued waves. The catamaran will chart a picturesque course departing from Quepos gliding around the back of Manuel Antonio national park. You will be able to observe notable wildlife and vegetation species, so be sure to have your camera ready. You will pass by panoramas adorned with islands, cliffs and rock formations while admiring aviary nesting grounds and marine wildlife. Beverages and snacks are available onboard the catamaran throughout the trip. After touring the coastline, your captain will set anchor on Bisanz beach where you can take advantage of the pit stop to snorkel where you can spot  parrotfish, starfish, angelfish and if you are lucky a dolphin! Water visibility varies depending on the season.