Hotel RIU ATV Jungle Tour - Tour Guanacaste, bringing Costa Rica to Life. Serving all major hotels and resorts in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.

Hotel RIU ATV Jungle Tour

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Two hours full of fun await you as you explore the real mountains, jungles, and roads of Costa Rica on your own ATV. Our experienced guides will take you to a true Costa Rican adventure through the winding trails of the jungle, dirt roads and back trails of the famous semi-tropical mountains of Guanacaste on the Pacific Ocean coast of Costa Rica. You can stop, see beautiful views from the 1200' elevations and enjoy the tropical forests.The mountainous areas border on wildlife and, if you are lucky, you can see all kinds of birds, animals and plant species. Drive and explore the small cities in and around the area, stop by the melon farms and when, in the season (August-October), we can stop at a beautiful waterfall called "Las Pilas" (early winter, late winter). During the tour, we can also visit some very old farms to see how Costa Ricans lived and now live in rural areas.


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We will either pick you up at Riu Hotel or you can meet us at the office start location. Tour lasts for approximately two hours through local mountains and jungles. Once back at the office, if you used our transport, we will take you back to where you are staying. *In order to bring you the lowest possible price we do not include transportation in the cost. Please contact us to get the quickest most affordable quote for the Riu Hotel.

Highlights

  • Starts from Hotel RIU.
  • 2 hours driving, through beautiful landscapes on back trails.
  • Beginner or Advanced trails.
  • Guided Tour.
  • All safety equipment provided.
  • Licensed & Insured.
  • Lowest rates guaranteed
  • Private tours 

Route

  1. Playa Matapalo
  2. Nuevo Colon
  3. Playa Penca
  4. Las Catalinas