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Puntarenas River and City Adventure (Post)


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Extend your stay with a jungle boat tour of Costa Rica's Tárcoles River, with an overnight stay in San José.
  • Enjoy a guided boat tour of the Tárcoles River, exploring the wildlife of the mangrove forests

  • Look out for Scarlet Macaws, kingfishers, Roseate Spoonbills, Anhingas and Great Herons

  • Spend the night in Costa Rica's vibrant capital, San José

  • Enjoy a typical Costa Rican casado lunch

Day 1: From Puntarenas to the Tárcoles River

After disembarkation in Puntarenas, you'll be taken to the Guacalillo Estuary where you'll board today's jungle boat tour of the Tárcoles River.

The Mid-Pacific’s richest mangrove forest, this is Costa Rica’s primary conservation area for Scarlet Macaws. Look out for their dazzling plumage among the trees. In fact, it's a fantastic bird watching spot for all kinds of Costa Rican birds – from the very rare to the most common. You might spot kingfishers, roseate spoonbills, anhingas and great herons, as well as crocodiles lining the banks.

Then it's on to San José, where you'll spend the night in a hotel in the heart of the city.

Day 2: San José and departure

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at your hotel as your Post-Programme comes to an end.

Please note that we may visit sites in a different order.

Practical information

  • Transfer from the pier in Puntarenas to San José.

  • Jungle boat tour and lunch.

  • 1 hotel night in San José with breakfast.

Not included
  • Dinner and gratuities.

Remarks and requirements
  • Tour starts on day of disembarkation at Puntarenas.

  • Available to guests with limited mobility on request.

  • If the minimum number of participants is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel the Post-Programme up to six weeks before departure.

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