USD$151.15 each person
This conservation area is administered by the Santa Elena Public High School (CTPSE), therefore, it is the heritage of the non-profit community educational center.
It has 310 hectares (710 acres) that interconnect with other conservation areas in Arenal, Monteverde, and other territories. It has community projects and foreign students to promote education and conservation. On its trails, you can discover a large amount of flora and fauna from both the Pacific and Caribbean areas of Costa Rica. In addition, it has natural gardens that attract large numbers of hummingbirds and butterflies, an observation tower from where you can see the Arenal Volcano, the nearby mountains, and the sunrise.
- Premium transport with air conditioning
- Certified professional bilingual guide
- Coffee with a sandwich
- Entrance to the Reserve
- Bird Observation Tower
- Rain ponchos
- Civil liability policy
- Personalized service
- Sustainable gift
The duration of the experience is 3 hours. Hours: 7:30 a.m. -11:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. Every day
Minimum 1 person.