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Buena Vista Mega Combo Day Pass

Get ready for an action-packed day of adventure at the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano in Guanacaste, Costa Rica! Our Mega Combo tour is designed to give you the ultimate Costa Rican experience, all in one incredible location. Start your day with a thrilling canopy tour as you zip-line along the volcano's slopes, taking in breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Feel the rush as you soar through the treetops, an experience that will leave you exhilarated and amazed. After your adrenaline-pumping zip-lining adventure, it's time to cool off in style. Get ready to slide down the world's longest jungle waterslide, a whopping 1,400 ft of wet and wild excitement. The fun doesn't stop there – immerse yourself in Costa Rican culture with live demonstrations of pottery and tortilla making, followed by a mouthwatering traditional lunch that will tantalize your taste buds. But that's not all! Your day continues with a leisurely horseback ride down scenic volcanic trails, allowing you to connect with the natural beauty of the area at a relaxed pace. And after all the excitement and exploration, it's time to unwind. Indulge in the soothing embrace of natural hot springs, sauna and steam rooms, mud baths, and serene pools nestled throughout the jungle. Beyond the adventure, we're also a mountain lodge and a sanctuary for nature enthusiasts, offering you the chance to immerse yourself in Costa Rica's rich biodiversity across acres of captivating forests. Get ready for a day filled with thrills, culture, and the wonders of nature!
FromUSD 92.99

Costa Rica Blue Zone Tour

Embark on a journey to Costa Rica's Nicoya Peninsula, celebrated for its "Blue Zone" secrets to a long life. Explore the cantons of Santa Cruz, Hojancha, Carrillo, Nandayure, and part of Nicoya amidst the serene landscapes of Guanacaste.   The World Meeting of Blue Zones, held annually in November, unfolds against the Nicoya Peninsula's backdrop. This event offers a unique opportunity to exchange insights with centenarians and delve into the nexus of science, culture, and well-being.   Our "Costa Rica Blue Zone Tour" includes a cooking class in Samara with a native teacher, immersing you in the authentic Nicoyan lifestyle. Discover vibrant flavors with garden-fresh ingredients, showcasing local culinary traditions that contribute to longevity.   Venture to a village coffee plantation, where experts guide you through the meticulous artistry of producing micro batches, gourmet coffees, and specialty blends. Coopepilangosta cooperative becomes the focal point, unveiling the entire coffee production process, from seed to ground coffee. Learn about the rich history of Costa Rican coffee and the flourishing fair trade market.   Engage with the local community throughout the tour, embracing the age-old wisdom of seasoned elders. Savor the exquisite flavors of Nicoya's culinary delights and the finest coffee against the lush landscapes of the Nicoya Peninsula, unlocking the secrets to vitality and longevity in this extraordinary Blue Zone.
FromUSD 239

Palo Verde Sugar Mill and Cultural Tour

Embark on a nostalgic journey through time, where you can relive the past and immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of our grandparents. Start your adventure at the renowned "Trapiche" mill, where the age-old process of extracting sugar cane juice unfolds before your eyes. Watch as an ox, tethered to a yoke, tirelessly turns a "needle" to facilitate the cane's entry into the mill, revealing the secrets of juice extraction. As part of this immersive experience, indulge in slices of sugar cane, raw sugar known as "tapa de dulce," and, of course, freshly squeezed sugar cane juice. After savoring these sweet delights, transport yourself to a bygone era reminiscent of Guanacaste's old ranches, as you visit "La Casa del Sabanero" (The Sabanero Farm). Here, you'll have the opportunity to savor a traditional Guanacaste meal featuring delights like "tanelas," "empanaditas," and "rosquillas," all baked in a wood oven and prepared with corn, just as our grandmothers did. Ever wondered how to make a tortilla? Well, "La Casa del Sabanero" is your chance to learn. The skilled women at this cultural haven will teach you the art of making tortillas, just as it's done in Guanacaste. To complete this memorable experience, accompany your "tanelas," "empanaditas," "rosquillas," tortillas, and cheese with a delightful cup of coffee or natural fruit juice. This journey through time and culture promises to leave you with a deeper appreciation of the rich heritage of Guanacaste.