Carara is one of Costa Rica’s most popular National Parks. This is located on the central pacific region up north, while of course its wildlife and vegetation is what makes it so popular. We will start with a 2.5h nature hike leading us deep into thePacific rainforest with your Guide looking for the best wildlife sights. Then, we will drive 10 minutes to board our boat tour. The adventure takes place on the Tárcoles River, one of four rivers flowing out into the Nicoya Peninsula, home of one of the world’s largest crocodile populations in the wild, with up to fifteen feet long specimens. Besides the crocodiles, over fifty species of birds can be seen on site, including the very rare scarlet macaw and a great variety of resident and migrant waterfowl. Iguanas and Jesus Cristo lizards are very common as well.