7 nights / 8 days Multi-Sport Package.
This package has been created for those travelers looking for a fun filled and active Costa Rica vacation that includes exciting daily guided eco-sport activities and Nature/Wildlife tours in “the most biologically intense place on earth” - the Osa Peninsula.
Each day choose from the following activities:
- Half day Dolphin and Whale watching tour.
- Full day Rainforest hike in Corcovado National Park.
- Full day snorkeling at Caño Island Biological Reserve.
- Mountain Biking Tour and Sunset Cruise.
- Horseback Riding and Canopy Tour.
- Day of relax at the beach and Jungle Night-Tour.
7 nights / 8 days at Hotel Ojala, a small family owned boutique hotel located north of Agujitas village in Drake Bay, Osa Peninsula, gate to Corcovado National Park and Caño Island Biological Reserve.
All Hotel Ojala rooms have air condition, terrace with hammocks, private hot water shower.
- 6 guided tours.
- 3 fantastic daily meals and appetizers.
- Free use of kayaks.
- Taxi or boat Pickup and Drop off to/from Drake Bay or Palmar.
We can also customize shorter or longer stays and add more activities to this package.
Prices are person and include taxes.
This package does not include plane or bus tickets, it only includes ground transportation from the bus station or local airport in Palmar, Sierpe or Drake Bay. Please, let us know if you want us to include your plane tickets in this package or buy yourself a ticket at www.natureair.com or www.flysansa.com.
What to bring:
Three of the most important things to bring to Costa Rica are a pair of BINOCULARS, a field guide (we recommend "Birds of Costa Rica") and a camera with extra film/batteries.
Linen, cotton, poly-cotton blends, and quick-dry fabrics (sport shirts/shorts) are ideal. These will dry easier in the humid and hot conditions and are the ideal choice for adventure/ water activities. Jeans and long pants are useless unless you’re in San Jose where temperatures tend to be cooler.
Sweater and rain jacket
Socks (bring extra pairs in case your feet get wet)
Small day pack or fanny pack for hikes
Hat(s) with visor for rain and sun protection
Shirts cotton or light synthetic, long and short sleeved
Casual clothing for city traveling
Water sandals are essential (Chacos, Tevas, or similar). Tennis shoes and Hiking shoes will work but can get very muddy in rainforest hikes and will certainly get wet. The right sandals can get you through your entire trip in Costa Rica.
Protect your skin. Bring your favorite sunscreen and use it! Mosquitoes are also an issue, don’t forget your bug spray for rainforest hikes, we recommend organic mosquitoes repellent instead of deep bug (more environmentally friendly), but there are many choices out there.
Travel light, it’s easier to move around from destination to destination and hotel to hotel. Since you’ll probably be very active, remember to bring extra underwear shirts/shorts. There are also weight/luggage restrictions on the local flights within Costa Rica.
An open-mind, willing to try anything and a good attitude will ensure you an amazing experience in this very special country. All of the adventure activities are geared to cater to the inexperienced as well as the more seasoned adventure traveler so don’t be intimidated and if it looks fun try it. PURA VIDA!!
PRICE: $955 per person
Children under 10 years have 40% discount off the price when they share the room with adults.