Without driving far, the "Puntarenas Highlights" sightseeing tour is going to give you a taste of the Central Pacific Region by taking you around the mountains, country side, and downtown Puntarenas. The fun begins with a chance to meet some monkeys, where you can interact with white faced capuchin monkeys this experience you won’t want to miss.
|DURATION||4 to 5 hours|
|WHAT TO BRING||Sun screen - walking shoes - light clothes.|
|HIGHLIGHTS||Cities, Country Side, Monkeys, View Points, Old Churches.|
We visit the picturesque town of Esparza, having the chance to go around a beautiful and historical church in the main square and local market. Next, we have a short drive through the mountains to arrive at beautiful landscapes of the rural area, passing by tropical fruits plantations and shopping areas where the local artisans are handcrafting souvenirs. We also visit Tarcoles River to spot big crocodiles. A pristine city tour in Puntarenas on the way back is the perfect way to finish the day.
*Lunch is Negotiable.
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Reviews from our TripAdvisor Community
We had a great tour. Our guide was knowledgeable and ensured we got the up close monkey experience by stopping on the way. Great trip!
KirkW295 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
May 4th, 2019
Not only was this excursion AMAZING, but everyone affiliated with them treated us like family! Such a great time. And we love it even more thanks to the experiences they provided! Pura Vida!
jillybeanz0278 – Rutland, Massachusetts
March 25th, 2019
We were so pleased with the first tour that we decided to book a second tour. We would highly recommend Tiquicia for any tours you would like to do in the Puntarenas area of Costa Rica.
March 23rd, 2019