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Tirimbina Biological Reserve

#7 of 60 things to do in Province of Heredia Features Animals
Costa Rica
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Hiking in Tirimbina Biological Reserve from Sarapiquí
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Steven was our guide and he did an excellent job identifying and showing us various creatures in the rainforest. We saw toucans, monkeys, spiders, a tarantula, poisonous frogs, and bullet ants, to name a few. Of course, the sloth and toucans were our favorite. Then...More

Thank April F
Reviewed 11 June 2017

Hi guys The sarapiquiS Rainforest Lodge has a short cut to this park. That is why we got there. it is nothing special. Some hikes. We did 2. There is a 285 meters long suspension bridge. We saw a few frogs. The blue-jeans frog. The...More

Thank schliek
Reviewed 28 April 2017

In March, our tour group was treated to two experiences at Tirimbina Reserve. The first was to learn about bats, with our guide Stephen. He was extremely knowledgeable and had an infectious enthusiasm for bats. His lecture was interesting and full of interaction - enjoyed...More

Thank dsmckane
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Have been on a few night walks with our children over the last few years and none were as good as this. We were "lucky" in that it rained that afternoon (which it hadn't done for a while) and that brought out the frogs and...More

Thank chequer169
Reviewed 25 January 2017

First up was the outdoor presentation on how cacao is made into chocolate! Very educational and interesting! Then we hiked around the beautiful trails in the Reserve. It's a lovely place to visit!

Thank joyful1LasVegas
Reviewed 25 January 2017 via mobile

Carolina enchanted us with her lively and engaging story of chocolate growing and production. The opportunity to watch and then taste the chocolate at each stage was great. The project is self funded. asking for donations from visitors and the shop sells goods, including chocolate,...More

Thank KatyPh
Reviewed 22 January 2017

On the recommendation of our local driver, we booked the chocolate tour. Our guide Hilary was fantastic. She was full of great information, and really enjoyed sharing her knowledge. The chocolate tour was incredible. Hilary walked us through the whole history if chocolate in Central...More

Thank MAT-Hfx
Reviewed 17 January 2017 via mobile

Their 'hands on' presentation about bats was fascinating, informative, funny and unforgettable. Carolina, the enthusiastic presenter, dispelled myths, broadened our knowledge (from nearly zero to high) and enchanted us with her passion for these little creatures. The highlight, as has been said before, was the...More

Thank jellevant
Reviewed 13 January 2017 via mobile

We had a great day at Tirimbina NP and a must see. Take a guided tour to see as much as possible. The guides are really nice and have a very good eye to spot animals you would never see on your own.

Thank Ric D
Reviewed 10 January 2017

Went to a "talk"on bats here. The two very young woman were knowledgeable and delightful while sharing their knowledge. It had some history about the place as well as the history about public opinion on bats. It was vey good information. However the highlight of...More

Thank Kim B
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