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Tortuguero National Park Tours

Tortuguero National Park Tours

The most extraordinary ecological expedition in Costa Rica..!

Join us on an expedition through the dense jungle of one of the most beautiful and scenic regions of Costa Rica. Tour departs from San José, Arenal, Puerto Viejo and Cahuita.

Tortuguero Tours

Tortuguero, One of Costa Rica’s most popular ecotourism destinations. The park and small town of Tortuguero are accessible by boat or small aircraft. When people think of Rainforest, the first thing that automatically comes to their minds is Tortuguero National Park in Costa Rica.

The Amazon of Costa Rica. There are no roads. Highways are rivers and freshwater canals. The beauty of the rainforest at its best. Dozens of species of animals such as monkeys, crocodiles, iguanas, lizards, insects and butterflies, toucans, turtles. And a lot of nature, spectacular forests await you in Tortuguero.

Situated on the Northern Caribbean side of Costa Rica, in the province of Limon, it is approximately 90 miles northeast of the capital city of San José. Accessible only by air or water, Tortuguero is the most important nesting site in the entire western half of the Caribbean for the green turtle (from july to october).

Join us on this adventure through the jungle. We have daily departures from San José, the Atlantic coast (Puerto Viejo, Cahuita), and the Arenal Volcano area.

Tortuguero Rainforest Tours

Tortuguero Rainforest Tours

Tortuguero National Park offers abundant wildlife inhabits Tortuguero, including 57 species of amphibians, 111 species of reptiles, and 60 species of mammals. More than 300 species of birds live in Tortuguero for all or part of the year. Birdwatchers commonly see keel-billed toucans, slaty tailed trogons, Montezuma oropendulas and a variety of parrots. Birds common along the canals include green and great blue herons, egrets, belted kingfishers, anhingas, jacanas, sun grebes and several species of hawks and kites. Other animals commonly seen are fishing bats, three-toed sloths, iguanas, basilisk lizards, poison dart frogs, and howler, white-faced and spider monkeys. The tracks of river otters, collared peccaries, and Baird’s tapirs are often seen on the banks of rivers and canals. Caiman are commonly observed in the waterways, which also are home to gar-fish, manatees, crocodiles, crustaceans, and an occasional bullshark. Jaguars, ocelots, and kinkajous inhabit the park, but are rarely seen..