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Our guides will share fascinating facts such as why the Sloth’s fur is an ecosystem in itself. The journey will also bring you right between Tenorio and Miravales Volcanos where the Tropical Climate makes the region green, lush and rich in terms of flowers and vegetation.
On this tour, you will also get the chance to visit an amazing snake park and if feel really adventurous, why not try a Boa Constrictor around your neck?
This tour also give you the chance to know more about the life of butterfly’s. This if your chance to see the famous Costarican Blue Morpho in the Butterfly Garden.
Our trip combined a visit to a farm where we saw sloths, monkeys, and other creatures with a trip to Rio Celeste Waterfall. The sloth discovery portion was fun, but for me, the best part was the Rio Celeste Waterfall and then swimming in the...More
We went to Sloth Discovery Adventure at November, 20.
Everything was impeccable, from transportation to impressions we got.
A guide Jose was very helpful and gave us a ton of information about Costa Rica, volcanoes, rainforests and animals.
We saw more than 10 sloths, few...More
We booked two tours with Costour. The Sloth Discovery was the first tour we did. Rodman, our guide and driver, picked us up from our resort and even arrived early so we headed straight off. Rodman was a great guide - super friendly, very knowledgeable...More
Snakes, Frogs, Monkeys, Butterflies, Insects, Flowers, Trees,, and of course, the Sloths.
A Fun and Informative day that included local fare and refreshments.
What a fantastic day,,
Thanks so much to our driver and guide, Rodman and many others.
A real class job.
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Definitely not on the sloth portion of the tour. The area itself was very level. We also went to the Rio Celeste and that involved lots of stairs descending to a waterfall. There was a railing, but there was a serious drop... More
Definitely not on the sloth portion of the tour. The area itself was very level. We also went to the Rio Celeste and that involved lots of stairs descending to a waterfall. There was a railing, but there was a serious drop off on the other side of the rail. Also, parts of the drive there include windy, hilly roads.