El Camino de Costa Rica Trekking

El Camino de Costa Rica Trekking

a remote and unique experience that connects the Caribbean and Pacific Ocean with world-class trekking through the beautiful mountains of Costa Rica. Designed to attract adventurers looking to immerse themselves in this tropical destination, off the beaten path. Rural community involvement is integral to the experience and cultural exchanges are a daily occurrence through food, conversation, and the warm welcome at the comfortable lodgings.

Arenal Volcano

Pavones Southern Rainforest & Arenal Volcano

Enjoy the best of both worlds on this fun-filled adventure. Travel south of the Osa Peninsula to some of Costa Rica’s most secluded and un-crowded beaches, Pavones and Punta Banco. Explore the natural tide pools or take surf lessons along the Pacific shores near Panama

Group on the photography tour

Costa Rica Photography Tour

This Costa Rica photography tour is a unique adventure combining various landscapes and habitats including volcanos, river canals and lush forest. For eight blissful days you’ll explore Costa Rica – a paradise of birds and nature. This trip has been handcrafted for some of the very best wildlife and bird viewing in Costa Rica.

Rainforest hanging bridges and canopy tours

Blue River and Volcanoes

After your first night in San Jose, travel to the majestic Arenal Volcano and enjoy a series of hiking trails that brings you through forested areas and across some of the historic lava fields that buried much of the surrounding jungle during the dramatic eruptions.

Woman in La Fortuna Waterfall

Adventure Expedition Class IV

You will raft over 12 miles of continuous Class III-IV rapids, through a canyon surrounded by verdant primary rain forest. Your resort close to Rincon de la Vieja National Park, features natural hot springs with four different pools at varying temperatures.

Continue to the Arenal Volcano area for an adrenaline filled adventure high above the treetops. Ten zip line cables that range in length from 200 meters to 750 meters from which you can observe the rainforest and weather permitting, the Arenal Volcano and the Arenal Lake.