Descipción del Tour
Salimos desde su hotel hasta llegar al Refugio Cipancí, al llegar abordaremos una bote en el cual realizaremos un recorrido de 2 a 3 horas a largo del río Tempisque, el río más importante en la provincia de Guanacaste. Desde la embarcación podra observaruna gran diversidad de aves, acuáticas y terrestres, como las Lapas Rojas (Ara macao), el Pavón (Crax rubra), el Sargento o Cigueñón (Mycteria americana), el Ibis Blanco (Eudocimus albus), el Pato aguja (Anhinga anhinga), la Espátula Rosada (Platalea ajaja) y el Jabirú (Jabiru mycteria), la cigüeña más grande del mundo. Además, dentro de la fauna común encontramos algunos mamíferos como monos aulladores y capuchinos, pizotes o coatíes, pecaríes de collar (Pecari tajacu) y ardillas, además de ranas, iguanas, serpientes y cocodrilos, siendo esta especie la más representativa del sitio.
Despues de terminar el tour estaremos visitando el Rancho los coyotes donde podra disfrutar de un rico almuerzo ademas
Información puntual del Tour
- Travel by internal flight, motor yacht, canoe and minibus
Group normally 4 to 16 plus local naturalist guide
7 nights on board a First-Class Boat in en suite, air conditioned cabins, 4 nights comfortable hotel and 3 nights comfortable jungle lodge
El Paquete incluye por persona
- All breakfasts, 10 lunches, 10 dinners
All transport and listed activities
Tour leader throughout
Arrival and departure transfers
Snorkel equipment (mask, snorkel and fins) available free of charge on board
El Paquete no incluye
- Travel insurance
Single accommodation (availble on request)
Visas or vaccinations
Compulsory taxes USD120, paid locally
Detalle del Tour
Tarifa basada en dolares americanos
Actividad recomendada para las personas en todas las condiciones de forma.
Actividad duración: 2 a 3 horas aproximadamente
Hora de recogida depende de donde se encuentre ubicado su hotel
Mínimo 2 person
Repelente para insectos.
Asombrosas imágenes del Tour
El Refugio Nacional de Vida Silvestre Cipancí fue creado el 28 de Marzo del 2001, con el fin de proteger los bosques tropicales, los manglares y los espejos de agua que van del Río Bebedero hasta la confluencia del Lajas.
Holders of British, US, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand and most EU passports can enter Costa Rica for a stay of 90 days without a visa. Proof of onward travel may be required when entering Costa Rica - we suggest you take a print out of your flight details in case officials ask to see them. All passengers flying via the USA will have to clear immigration during transit. Prior to travel you must apply for an Electronic Travel Authority (USD14) under the Visa Waiver Programme. Please see here for more information. The same applies to travel via Canada which also requires an Electronic Travel Authority. If you are not a UK citizen please check with your local U.S. Embassy.
There are no mandatory vaccination requirements. Recommended vaccinations are: Hepatitis A.
The risk of malaria is slight but you may wish to consult your GP or travel health clinic for further advice.
Dengue fever is a known risk in places visited. It is a tropical viral disease spread by daytime biting mosquitoes. There is currently no vaccine or prophylaxis available for Dengue, and therefore the best form of prevention is to avoid being bitten. We recommend you take the usual precautions to avoid mosquito bites.
Zika fever is a mosquito‐borne viral disease and a known risk in places visited on this trip. There is currently no vaccine or prophylaxis available, we therefore strongly recommend you take the usual precautions to avoid mosquito bites.
If you have travelled to a country at risk of Yellow Fever prior to arriving in Costa Rica you will be expected to have a valid Yellow Fever Certificate with you.
Eating and DrinkingAll breakfasts, 4 lunches and 2 dinners are included.
In the itinerary we state which meals are included on which day. Hotel breakfasts are normally buffet style, and lunches and dinners at Tortuguero are also buffet style. Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests.
Costa Rican specialities include 'Gallo Pinto', a black bean and rice dish considered to be a staple part of the local diet. Soups and stews are also common, and fresh fruit is abundant and will no doubt be one of the highlights of your time in the tropics.
WeatherCosta Rica is located 10º north of the equator and has a tropical climate. The average temperature range is 10ºC - 13ºC in the highlands, and from 22ºC - 26ºC in the lowlands. There is a rainy season from May to November when there are daily downpours, though these are usually quite short and there is still plenty of bright sunshine, so midsummer is not necessarily a bad time to go. December to April is the driest time of the year but you should still expect some rain.
Is this trip for you?This trip has been graded 1 (Leisurely) with a safari rating of 3.
Driving distances are not very long and most of the roads that we travel on are of good quality. However, the road which leads to the river on the way to and from Tortuguero and the road into and out of Monteverde have poor surfaces and this can result in slow driving times, particularly following heavy rain. There are several included and optional walks on the itinerary which occasionally involve walking on rough paths. These are suitable for most levels of fitness. During times of heavy rain, trails can be muddy and slippery and extra care should be taken. Many of the areas visited on the trip are hot and humid and there is the chance of heavy rain year-round - this is why Costa Rica is so green!
Following a review of all our trips we have categorised this trip as not suitable for full wheelchair users, but it may be suitable for other persons of reduced mobility. Please contact customer services to discuss the trip and your personal condition.
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