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Tirimbina Biological Reserve

#7 of 57 things to do in Province of Heredia Features Animals
Costa Rica
+506 2761 1579
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Hiking in Tirimbina Biological Reserve from Sarapiquí
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$140.00*
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4 weeks ago
“two visits to the Tirimbina Reserve”
Apr 21, 2017
“Superb night walk”
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Reviewed August 8, 2016

We didn't stay at their hotel facilities, but we heard about the Bat Program tour. At first I thought it was a bit expensive, but at the conclusion of the tour I was sold. Our guide was able to switch between English and Spanish with...More

Thank Alex F
Reviewed July 13, 2016

We hated to lose a whole day to transferring, so we added the Tirimbina Chocolate Tour on at the last minute before departing from Peace Lodge to Tabacon. We were thrilled! OVERVIEW You will check in at the front desk, and a guide will lead...More

Thank workhardplayharder
Reviewed July 4, 2016

We went on this tour on a wet December day with our two children, 7 and 12 year olds. Every one left having loved the 2 hours. We bought ponchos at the gift shop not having planned for a down pour. We highly recommend bringing...More

Thank SereneBlue
Reviewed May 10, 2016 via mobile

We attended the Bat Program and the Chocolate Tour. The Bat Program was informative and entertaining. They made me less squeamish about these important little mammals. Take a flashlight with you if you go at night. The Chocolate Tour was fascinating, interactive and delicious! The...More

Thank PastyPrairieGirl
Reviewed April 25, 2016

We visited the reserve twice. The first time a night and got to learn about bats up close and personal. They are fascinating creatures and not nearly as scary as Bella Lugosi would have you believe. On our second visit we learned all about cocoa...More

Thank mcauliffe13
Reviewed April 2, 2016

We didn't regret many of our activity choices in Costa Rica but this was certainly one that we wished we had skipped. The hike is fun especially over the 1000 ft long suspension bridge and the 10 minute walk through the jungle was also enjoyable...More

Thank vweil
Reviewed March 25, 2016 via mobile

For the entrance fee you have to pay, there are much nicer parks in Costa Rica. We didn't make any tour, and couldn't see any animals, except few birds and frogs. Maybe the chocolate tour, or bat tour will be nice. The wooden steps were...More

Thank Claudito-Basel
Reviewed March 8, 2016

My wife and I did the chocolate tour and it didn't disappoint. We showed up a little late and our tour guide was waiting for us at the checkin. Make sure you ask for a map when you check in for the chocolate tour so...More

1  Thank dholy24
Reviewed February 20, 2016

We decided to make a day of it here, so we walked some of the lovely trails in the morning, had a sandwich in the restaurant at lunchtime and then joined the 'chocolate Tour' in the afternoon. Thoroughly enjoyed every part of the day. Great...More

Thank WendB
Reviewed February 13, 2016

We stayed on premises in a basic but functional lodge room which I recommend to fully experience this place. We hiked trails through the natural forest with an experienced naturalist who explained the environment in ways we would never have known on our own. In...More

Thank World_Traveller914
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