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Costa Rica

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Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s national parks are its greatest glory. The Costa Rican Authorities have set aside one third of the country and protected areas, and this in turn has elevated Costa Rica’s star status for eco tourism. The country has a stunning variety of landscapes, microclimates, flora and fauna; nature lovers will not be disappointed by amazing wildlife and coastlines. The Pacific Coastline is composed of a combination of private reserves and active villages; with stunning beaches and bays, the area also provides opportunities for land visits including jungle adventures

Tortuga Island
Day 1 to 3

The Gulf of Nicoya, which separates the Nicoya Peninsula from the mainland of Costa Rica, is a stunning marine and coastal landscape of wetlands, jagged rocky islands and cliffs, extensive mangrove habitat, and high biodiversity. Densely forested hills and promontories touch the sea, closing off secret bays.
Tortuga has excellent white sand beaches lined with swaying with palm trees, as well as tropical forests where you can take canopy adventures. All islands are protected seabird sanctuaries and there is an abundance to see, including pelicans.
You can snorkel through a live crystalline water aquarium, full of live coral reefs and thousands of multicolour fish and occasionally, dolphins. Overnight cruise south to Manuel Antonios.

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National Park Manuel Antonios
Day 4

The most popular national park in Costa Rica, the Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio is the most visited park in the country. It is among one of the most diverse and beautiful places in the region.
Considered to be among the tiniest national parks in Costa Rica, what this park lacks in size, it makes up for in stunning natural beauty.
Combining gorgeous beaches with dense lush rainforests, exotic animal and bird species, along with exquisite coral reefs. Within the Park itself sloths, iguanas, peccaries, armadillos, coatimundis, and scarlet macaws are just a few of the many animals that can be seen roaming and of course, monkeys.
The snorkelling here is terrific and the beaches silky white sand and a stunning offshore coral reef. One of the best trails in the Manuel Antonio National Park is the Perezoso Trail, where the guide will show stunning views of the park’s off shore islands. You could also go to the Punta Cathedral and get some magnificent vistas of the beautiful Pacific Coast. The four main Park beaches here include; the Espadilla Sur, the Playita, the Manuel Antonio, and the Escondido. 

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Costa Rica  - Drake Bay (National Park Corcovado) - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N
Drake Bay (National Park Corcovado)
Day 5

Drake Bay lies on the northern end of the Osa Peninsula in Puntarenas province and is probably one of the most inaccessible places in the entire country. With a rich history of first being discovered by Sir Francis Drake in 1579 during his circumnavigation of the globe, Drake Bay is the gateway to visiting the Corcovado National Park as well as enjoying a plethora of other activities and tours in the region.
Exotic and lush, the Corcovado National Park is home to thirteen major ecosystems that range from mangrove swamps and jolillo palm groves to mountain forests, lagoons, beaches, freshwater herbaceous swamps and primary lowland rainforests. Encompassing over 41,000 hectares the park protects over 140 different mammal species, 400 bird species, 20 of which are endemic; 116 amphibian and reptile species, 40 species of fish and at least 500 species of trees. Habitat of the rare Harbor Squirrel Monkey and the Harpy Eagle, the Corcovado Park also is a great place to spot the poison arrow frog, indigenous wild cats, crocodiles, pumas and jaguars as well as four species of sea turtles.

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Cano Island
Day 6

Lying in the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean, some 20 km offshore from the Osa Peninsula at Drake Bay, Isla del Cano or Cano Island is an amazing marine biological reserve in Costa Rica. Isla del Cano is an island of considerable geographical and archaeological importance. Fifteen kilometres from the Port of San Pedrillo, this 300-hectare piece of land was formerly a cemetery or burial ground dating back to the preColumbian era. Evidence of this island’s history is the incredible stone spheres that have been found here, all of which are hand carved and perfectly rounded. On the island itself, not much wildlife or fauna is found, however, Isla del Cano is often used as a migratory passage of birds that fly to warmer climes from the northern hemisphere, during the winter. Birds like the osprey, black hawk, cattle egret and phalarope. The real beauty of Isla del Cano is not found on its land, but underwater; home to a spectacular variety of stunning marine flora and fauna, as well as some gorgeous coral reefs.

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Drake Bay
Day 7

Guests depart your vessel and transfer to Drake Bay airport for night into San Jose.

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