The Costa Rica womens adventure provides women with access to a part of Costa Rica that is a bit more complicated for the average tourist to get to. The Osa Peninsula is on Costa Rica south west coast. It is one of the most bio-rich places on EARTH, and one of the few places in the world where all three species of monkeys, big cats, and tapirs still roam…wild! Here lush jungle meets black sand beaches, scarlet Macaws streak across blue skies, Howler Monkeys are your morning alarm clock, and your natural rhythms are restored by sunrises and sunsets. The goal of the Costa Rica womens adventure is to help you see as much wildlife as possible, teach you outdoor skills to help you explore, and to introduce you to the ecology of the rainforest though first-hand observation and naturalist-led activities.
The remote accommodations for the Costa Rica womens adventure give us access to spectacular locations to explore by foot, paddle, and snorkel to see and learn about animals and plants of the Osa Peninsula. Your guide Pepé is an amazing storyteller and will use his vast knowledge and gift of teaching to share with you the complex relationships of plants and animals in the rainforest. He is an expert at spotting animals and will give participants unforgettable guided nature walks. You will feel like you are discovering the rainforest like a true explorer.
Guided wildlife and birding hikes led by a professional local naturalist for 5 days.
Mangrove kayaking trip.
Visit to Wildlife Sanctuary.
Zipline canopy tour.
Coconut oil making class.
Gulfo Dulce boat tour with snorkeling
8 nights of double occupancy lodging in glamping cabins, triple occupancy in bungalows or B&B.
In-country flights from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez in the Osa Peninsula.
Delicious and healthy meals from dinner on arrival day to breakfast on departure day, except for lunch on day 8
24/7 Onsite support from a Green Edventures Trip Leader
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