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Liberia: One Day Waterfalls Expedition and Buffet Lunch

1. Liberia: One Day Waterfalls Expedition and Buffet Lunch

See first Chorreras Waterfalls, two side-by-side waterfalls that cascade into a beautiful sky-blue mineral water pool, perfect for a refreshing swim. Walk 30 minutes on forest trails to get to the falls, taking in the picturesque scenery of the dry tropical forest and sighting any wildlife along the way. Explore the shallow canyon of volcanic rock rings the waterfalls and pool, creating an intimate and private tropical oasis. At Victoria Waterfall, the falls drop 115 feet (35 meters) into the Rio Negro (Black River). The surrounding canyon has unique vegetation and topography and you can swim in the crystal clear pool at the waterfall’s base. Continue further in Rincon de la Vieja National Park where the Oropendola Waterfall plunges an impressive 82 feet (25 meters) to a sparkling turquoise pool. The beautiful lush canyon of the Rio Blanco (White River) makes a picturesque tropical oasis perfect for a refreshing swim. At Rio Negro hot springs and waterfalls, combine 3 beautiful hidden waterfalls and relaxing, volcanic hot springs, heated naturally by the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano – the largest and most active volcano in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. The tour concludes with a delicious buffet lunch.

Liberia: Rincón de la Vieja Bird-Watching Tour

2. Liberia: Rincón de la Vieja Bird-Watching Tour

After being collected from your accommodation, you will journey towards Hacienda Guachipelin, where your experience will take place. There you will walk around the Hacienda in search of unique bird species with an expert bilingual guide. Hacienda Guachipelin is replete with bird watching opportunities due to its diverse ecosystems. Over 300 different species have been identified in these areas, including the spectacled owl, the turquoise-browed motmot, the emerald toucanet, and the Montezuma Oropendola. Throughout this ecosystem fly colorful, sonorous, intrepid birds, all of which you can take fun in seeking whilst in the park. The dry forest is full of wildlife and unique species, creating the perfect place to enjoy wildlife and bird watching in the gardens rich in native trees and exotic flowers. At the conclusion of your enjoyable bird-watching experience, you will be transferred back to your point of origin.

Liberia: Private Bird Watching Tour

3. Liberia: Private Bird Watching Tour

Costa Rica is a colorful country, especially when surrounding its birds. With over 900 species of birds, Costa Rica is one of the world’s top destinations for birding. Throughout this private tour, you will explore the Rincon de la Vieja National Park to find bird species with the company of an experienced bilingual guide. The Rincon de la Vieja Volcano is replete with bird watching opportunities due to its diverse ecosystems. Over 300 different species have been identified in the area, including the spectacled owl, the curassow, and the Montezuma oropendola. In the ecosystem fly colorful, sonorous, intrepid birds, who are the owners of this exceptional environment. The dry forest is full of wildlife and unique species, making it the perfect place to enjoy wildlife and bird watching. A the conclusion of your experience, you will be returned to your tour starting point.

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