Guanacaste Dreams Vacations

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Costa Rica offers many exciting ways to immerse yourself in its natural elements. It is the consummate destination for exploring ecosystems and connecting with a peaceful culture.

Whether discovering fascinating species with a friendly Costa Rican guide, zipping across the rainforest canopy, or relaxing in a volcano-heated hot spring, there are a variety of tours and activities to engage travelers of all types.

Explore Costa Rica with Guanacaste Dreams Vacations...

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Arenal Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in the Americas and one of few perfect archetypal cones in the world. It’s a stratovolcano – a large, symmetrical volcano that’s built upon layers of ash, rock and lava – and at 5,437 feet, it stands high above the rest of the countryside. After some 400 years of inactivity, Arenal began steadily erupting in 1968, when it exploded and buried over 5 mi² (15 km²) in rocks, lava and ash. Another popular draw is man-made Lake Arenal, Costa Rica's largest lake, is known for excellent freshwater fishing and world-class windsurfing.

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A/C transportations, beverages, BILINGUAL GUIDE, Lunch, hot springs, walks into the forest, tour, amphibians and reptiles tour and La Fortuna shopping tour.

What to bring:

Long pants, t-shirt, extra change clothes, swimsuit, bug spray, sunscreen, binoculars, hat, raincoat and cameras.

Additional Activities:

Zip line, Atvs, Las Pumas Wildlife Center, horseback riding.

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Northern of Guanacaste, near to Rincon de la Vieja Volcano you will gear up for the Borinquen Canopy tour, experienced guides will lead you through the rainforest to the series of treetop platforms, zip-lines… and the excitement begins! Enjoy this bird’s eye view of Costa Rica’s wild life, flora and fauna. Canopy tour, natural spa, mud baths, horseback riding, air bridges, trails and more! It’s truly a breathtaking experience!

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A/C transportation, bilingual guide, canopy tour, horseback riding, lunch, Thermal Steam Room, Natural Hot Springs Pools, Mineral Mud Bath.

What to bring:

Swimsuit, comfortable shoes, cameras, bug spray, sunscreen, t-shirt and shorts or long pants. Extra change clothes.

Aditional Activities:

ATVs.

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A great option to spend the day.

Our MegaCombo is a truly great way to spend the day!! Climb to the treetops and observe the surrounding forest from a new perspective.

The 10 suspended cables of the Canopy Tour is an unparalleled experience that starts with an energizing hike through primary forest to the site of the first platform. While you are traveling on the top of the trees a diversity of flora and fauna as birds and howler, spider, and, white faced capuchin monkeys are seen for your enjoyment.

Once the canopy experience finishes, be ready to enjoy the 400-meters water slide, the longest mountain water slide; full of pure adventure and excitement in the middle of the Tropical forest.

A Guanacaste buffet lunch is waiting for you to enjoy.

Then, indulge in a soothing soak in the thermal waters, steam bath and natural spa. In this mindset calm down as you get pleasure from rejuvenating treatments with volcanic mud and sulphurous waters. There is your opportunity to try the horseback riding skills!

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A/C transport, Lunch, horseback riding, zip lining, wild water slide, hot springs, volcanic mud bath..

What to bring:

Cameras, bug spray, sunscreen, t-shirt and shorts or long pants, swimsuit, wet-proof shoes, camera and extra change of clothes.

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Clear white water rapids. This tour is pure adrenaline at the Colorado River takes about 3 kilometers (1.864 miles) long and it takes approximately 1:30 hr. Here You will experience water rapids, lush vegetation and a big diversity of wildlife. This river usually offers I or II class rafting depending on the weather conditions at the mountains in the Rincón de La Vieja volcano. You will have the opportunity to admire the beauties of the Canyon of the Colorado River with its impressive rock walls carved through thousands of years.

Includes:

Bilingual guide, beverages, A/C transport, rappel, zip lining, water tubing, Lunch and admission fees.

What to bring:

Sunscreen, t-shirt and shorts, swimsuit, wet-proof shoes, camera and extra change of clothes.

Aditional Activities:

Horseback riding, Zip line and rappelling.

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This canopy tour is located in a tropical dry forest surrounded by tall trees. After a short walk, we arrive to the first platform, but before the action starts, a guide will give you the required instructions for a safe yet thrilling ride. Fly through the trees, admire the beautiful natural surroundings, feel your adrenaline rise and with some luck you could even spot some monkeys.

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Bilingual guide, beverages, A/C transport.

What to bring:

Sunscreen, t-shirt and shorts, tennis shoes, camera.

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Hacienda Guachipelin Full day adventure tour.

A fun and exciting adventure become at Hacienda Guachipelín, positioned at the foot of the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano. Natural hot springs, jungle forests, pristine waterfalls are just some of the many attractions you can enjoy. Adventures will thrill to swinging like Tarzan on the many cables and rappel ropes of the Canyon Canopy Tour, or bouncing down the rapids of Rio Negro on a Tubing Adventure. Ride Costa Rican ranch horses to natural volcanic thermal springs. Transform yourself on our “cowboy for a day” tour.

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A/C transport, Lunch, horseback riding, zip lining and rappelling tour, tubing at the rapids of Río Negro (+2.5 miles long), hiking trails, volcanic hot springs, mud bath, rivers and crystal-clear waterfalls.

What to bring:

Cameras, bug spray, sunscreen, comfortable clothes shorts or long pants, tennis shoes, swimsuit, wet-proof shoes, camera and extra change of clothes.

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Is located in Costa Rica's northern Tilarán Mountain Range, province of Puntarenas at an altitude of 5000 feet above the sea level where the continental divide between the Caribbean and the Pacific.

Monteverde is privileged to receive a steady supply of clouds and the life-giving moisture that they contain. This moisture, often in the form of fog, catches on the branches of the tallest trees and drips down to the other organisms below. This helps to support a complex and far-reaching ecosystem, one that harbors over 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds, tens of thousands of insect species, and over 2,500 varieties of plants, 420 of which are orchids alone.

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A/C transport, Lunch, Butterfly Garden, suspension bridges and hiking through the cloud forest.

What to bring:

Long pants, t-shirt, hiking shoes or similar, raincoat, bug repellent, camera, binoculars.

Aditional Activities:

Zip lining.

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One of the best wildlife and bird watching spots in Costa Rica!

On this half day tour you will ride in a boat along the longest river in the northwest side of the country and be able to discover a high diversity of wildlife.

Throughout the tour, you will see many species of native and foreign birds during their migration, as well as crocodiles, white face and howler monkeys, iguanas, bats, among other exotic animals. Palo Verde is best known as a bird-watchers' paradise, more than 300 bird species have been recorded, not least great curassows and the only permanent colony of scarlet macaws in the dry tropics. At least a quarter of a million wading birds and waterfowl flock here in fall and winter, when much of the arid alluvial plain swells into a lake. A boat will take you through out the Tempisque River.

After the boat ride you will be able to enjoy a great typical costarrican lunch.

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A/C Transportation, Bilingual Guide, Refreshments and Lunch, Entrance fee to the National Park and boat ride.

What to bring:

Comfortable shoes and clothes, Binoculars (if possible), Camera, Bug Repellent and Money (for gratuities & shopping)

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Clear white water rapids. If you're looking for adventure, there is no better way to discover Costa Rican wildlife in it´s natural environment than whitewater rafting. Located in the heart of Guanacaste on the Tenorio River. This river offers rapids ranked between III to IV. Here will test your courage and challenge your skills, with it´s continues rapids, turns and drops down 15 miles of intense and challenging rapids.

Minimum age,14 years old, no previous experience is needed, pregnant woman are not allowed.

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A/C Transport, bilingual guide, beverages and Lunch.

What to bring:

Sunscreen, t-shirt and shorts, swimsuit, wet-proof shoes, camera (water proof) and extra change clothes.

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ATV Tours is the best opportunity to explore the land, beaches, mountain, dry forest and Guanacaste’s colorful culture.

Enjoy the feeling of driving up and down mountains and hills, of crossing rivers, of being surrounded by the luxuriant vegetation of the forest, where you can see beautiful landscapes; there is a short stop on a breathtaking ocean view point where everybody can admire the beautiful scenery. Then we visit little villages in the surrounding mingle with locals and then we get extreme and ride through the forest where we can enjoy wildlife such as: monkeys, birds, coatis, iguanas and more. During the tour you can visit cantaloupe, watermelon, and sugar cane and rice plantations.

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2 hours tour, Fully bilingual guide all the tour, Beverages, Full security equipment (helmet, glass, dust mask).

What to bring:

Extra changing clothes, Tennis shoes, Camera, Sun lotion, bug spray.

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