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We had the first boat out on our river cruise through Native's Way. The guide was very informative and the guy steering the boat had eagle-eyes and could see 6 inch lizards from 100 ft away. This was a great trip and seemed to really...More
We drove there from Potrero and spent a couple of hours there. It is a large park, so you will need more than two hours to visit. We felt some mosquitos when we got out of the car, so consider bringing some bug repellent. Also...More
I too have to give a shout out to Rancho Los Coyotes, but first the tour of the river. It was spectacular! We saw at least 40 crocodiles, two white faced monkey families, numerous birds, bats and lizards. Highly recommended if you love wildlife.
We had a short but nice boat trip on the river with Palo Verde NP on one side of the river and another nature preserve on the other side. Lots of great birds as well as crocodiles. Saw pair of nesting scarlet macaws and unusual...More
The zip lines were short inbetween each one, so didn’t get a chance to see as much as I would have liked. But was fine. The slide was fast! Lunch was real good. Horseback riding was fun and something different we don’t do, then mud...More
We were approached on Tamarindo beach by a girl promoting The Roof. As a young family we were in search of a family friendly night spot that was more than just dinner. The Roof was perfect with two pool tables to keep the little ones...More
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There is no lodging at the ranger station. Did you mean by the entrance? That's where we paid to get inside the park which I think opens at 8am. There was a research station in the middle of the park I don't know if you... More
There is no lodging at the ranger station. Did you mean by the entrance? That's where we paid to get inside the park which I think opens at 8am. There was a research station in the middle of the park I don't know if you can stay there as a tourist.
You can arrange the boat ride when you get to the entrance. The ranger will call the boat dock for you. We did that on our own and the drive from the entrance to the dock was about 40 mins. Pack a lunch or snacks and most importantly enough water as there is no place where you can buy those from inside the park. The boat ride is about 2 hours, $20/adult $10/child under 10.