This nature tour is a visit to the Palo Verde National Park, which is part of the basin of the Tempisque River. The lowlands and marshes create the perfect conditions for the largest concentration of waterfowl and wadding birds in all of Central America and Costa Rica. This is a birdwatchers paradise as well as a perfect spot to see lots of crocodiles. You will start with a drive through the beautiful countryside of Guanacaste. We will arrive at a local port and take a boat trip to the National Park of Palo Verde. After exploring the park you will have a delicious typical lunch by the river. On your returning, you will pass by the famous artisan village of Guatil and learn how the Chorotega Indians make their pottery using the same techniques that were used by their Pre-Columbian ancestors. The tour includes a bilingual guide, an air-conditioned bus, lunch, rivertour, aurant.
Departure times and location:
7:30 am from Tamarindo
Return time and location:
Transportation with A/C round trip, bilingual guide, boat at the mangrove and lunch.