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Santamaria Night Tour

Carretera Monteverde a Tilaran, Costa Rica
+506 2645 6548
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Great guide (Elvis), lots of animals!

We learned a lot on the night walk, and saw all types of wildlife. The highlights were the sloths... read more

Reviewed September 13, 2015
chris m
new jersey
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The night tour is probably my favourite of all tours we did in Costa Rica. Fun to try and spot the... read more

Reviewed September 1, 2015
Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed September 13, 2015

We learned a lot on the night walk, and saw all types of wildlife. The highlights were the sloths, sleeping birds, and tarantulas. We also saw may type of bugs, plants, and various other wildlife. The tour was about 2 hours, and well worth the...More

Thank chris m
Reviewed September 1, 2015

The night tour is probably my favourite of all tours we did in Costa Rica. Fun to try and spot the animals at night and seeing the many fireflies were amazing. Great guide, fantastic experience.

Thank Catzontherun
Reviewed August 20, 2015 via mobile

Our guide was Luis Antonio, he was young, the right type of young. He is interested, interesting and knowledgeable. Our group was 5 people. Basically, he found us a sloth, two snakes, a tarentula, a lot of spiders, a Quetzal-like bird, two Mot Mot birds,...More

Thank David C
Reviewed July 13, 2015

We saw more wildlife on this tour in one go, than on any other individual part of our tour in Costa rice, saw a slothe, tarantula, snakes etc. The guide was excellent and made even the more mundane animals really interesting - ants are fascinating!...More

Thank Kim E
Reviewed June 8, 2015

We really enjoyed our guide Alex as he had also been our guide on the Don Juan's Coffee tour. It's just that animals don't cooperate when not so quiet groups of humans with flashlights glaring come romping through their home. Most of the animals are...More

Thank Kelly W
Reviewed May 27, 2015 via mobile

My family and I did this tour last night. The tour is from 6-8 pm. I was worried about my 7 and 11 year olds because we had really worn the out that day. We ended up having a great time. Danilo was our guide....More

1  Thank kariandy6698
Reviewed May 9, 2015

Personal tour with only 6 people. Guides very friendly and knowledgeable. affordable and 2 hours is enough to see sloths,snakes, tarantulas,leaf cutter ants,etc- Felt very safe and easy walking

Thank michael c
Reviewed April 22, 2015 via mobile

We walked for about 2 hours in the small forrest back and forth on the tracks. We saw some animals: Armadillo (ran by very quickly), tarantula, birds, snake, a frog, sloth and insects. Nice walk but the group was too big and I had expected...More

Thank Katriina80
Reviewed April 18, 2015

I am really surprised about all the great reviews from people about this tour. We also took this tour after reading all the good reviews. However this was one of the worst tour. We have come to realize that all these tours depends on the...More

2  Thank LakshmiRaman
Reviewed April 13, 2015

Equipped with flash lights, we scampered through the woods keeping up with the guide, who was determined to find us animals to see. We saw a margay up in a tree – even locals were surpised we saw this spotted cat! We saw sloths and...More

Thank BuddaChar
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