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    Tours in the area

    You can enjoy a lot of the wonderful sites of the Southern Pacific Costa Rica. Hiking, birding, and exploring the beach can be done from our place. Dominical and Uvita are beautiful locations to explore the beach and Ballena Marine National Park, you can reach the coast in one hour and 10 minutes, approximately, spend the day there, and then return to the cool mountains of Bosque del Tolomuco. We offer the following tours, please let us know, in advance and at the moment of reserving your stay:

    With Johan Fernandez R.
    Birdwatching Specialist

    Johan has worked as a guide for seven years and has a degree and license as a Naturalist Guide.  He is  the creator and organizer of the Christmas Bird Count at Carara National Park with the Audubon National Society..  In 2007, he reported, for first time, in Costa Rica the Pacific Golden Plover. He is co-founder of the Costa Rican Ornithologists Union, where he actively participates in the various bird conservation programs and is currently studying for a career in Management and Protection of Natural Resources.

    List of available tours:

    Guided walk on Hacienda Baru trails: 70 usd per tour.
    Guided walk on Hacienda Baru + tranfers: 140 USD per tour 4 people max.

    Guided walk on Los Cusingos 85 USD per tour
    Guided walk on los Cusingos + transfers: 110 per tour 4 pax max.

    Guided tour to Manuel Antonio National Park 70 USD per tour.
    Guided tour to Manule Antonio National Park+ transfers: 180 per tour 4 people max.

    Guided tours for guests at Bosque Del Tolomuco are 75 USD per group  

    Rates do not include the entrance fee.


    Los Cusingos

    Los Cusingos

    Los Cusingos Bird Sanctuary is a special forest reserve where Dr. Alexander F. Skutch, author of the book "Birds of Costa Rica", spent most of his life studying birds and writing different books on bird life and philosophy.

    The reserve now owned by the Tropical Science Center offers amazing birding opportunities, a hike through the primary forest and open areas one can observe Red-capped Manakin, Orange-collared Manakin, Blue-crowned Manakin, Turquoise Cotinga, Ruddy Woodcreeper, Tawny-winged Woodcreeper, Gray-headed Tanager, Red-crowned Ant-Tanager, Fiery-billed Aracari, Slaty-tailed Trogon, Black-throated Trogon, Violaceous Trogon, Baird's Trogon, Ruddy-tailed Flycatcher, Golden-naped Woodpecker, and much more.