Adrenaline or relaxation with the family? Both are possible

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If you are traveling with your family to the San Ramón – La Fortuna area, there are many things to do. Everything depends on the level of the adventure you are seeking.

Adrenaline loving families.

Venturing in the canopy you will see the vegetation of the forest. San Lorenzo Canopy offers 8 cables, 10 platforms, 3 trails, 2 hanging bridges, 1 Tarzan swing – total of 845m. Also is possible to fly like Superman in a cable of 200 meters.

Canopy Zipline in Costa Rica

For those who want to combine the rappelling with nature, it is possible to go on the adventure of the Canyoning where may do rappelling from a tree, a bridge pendant and a tree in a waterfall, to finally end with the Tarzan swing.

Canyoning in costa rica

Rafting  can also be an experience full of adrenaline, the river, exotic animals, birds and tons of water in any of levels 2 or 3.

rafting in costa rica

Tubing –  you were your own tire and go down independently through Balsa River.

For families who seek relaxation and for contact with the forest, nature and animals there are many things to do.

Riding horse is the best experience to know the vegetation of the area and enjoy the surroundings of the Balsa River and its wildlife.

Horseback riding in Costa Rica

Guided night tour, in which you hike in the forest and see the small animals preparing for their sleep or visit the forest during the day and see monkeys, birds and insects , big trees and orchids, impressive views of the waterfalls and the river.

Our recommendation is to visit the following places,

  • Poas Volcano and La Paz waterfalls.
  • The Doka tour, process of making the coffee of the area.
  • Tortuguero National Park and Puerto Viejo where you can go snorkeling in Cahuita.
  • Arenal Volcano
  • Caño Negro
  • Monteverde
  • Santa Teresa

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Our Managing Director, Alon, has been to over 40 countries in his quest for the perfect adventure. He has biked the death road in Boiliva, trekked 500 miles across northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago, cycled from Brussels to Florence and hiked the five sacred mountains of China. Pygmy Elephant is how he spreads his love for adventure and self discovery in the world.

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