There are also abundant birds such as toucans, trogons, egrets, herons and aninghas as well as crocodiles, turtles and a wealth of colorful butterflies, including Blue Morpho.
The Tortuguero National Park was created in 1975 and is located in the Costa Rican Caribbean region, 80km north of the city of Limon. In the park we can find over 400 species of trees, 404 species of birds and over 2,300 species of other plants. "The tour includes a typical Costa Rican breakfast, fruit juice, coffee, eggs and the popular "Gallo Pinto" Following breakfast, we continue to a Banana Plantation, where your guide will explain the process of growing and exporting that fruit.
Then enjoy a exciting boat trip to Tortuguero where you will learn about how nature works, and have a real idea of our Tropical Rainforest.. After lunch we will take a walk through the Tortuguero Village where we will have the oportunity to learn about the history of the town and its inhabitants. Returning to the bus, we head back to San José, making a rest stop along the way and arriving around 6:30 pm.
Hat Light clothes and covered shoes Waterproof jacket. Do not forget your camera.