When the sun goes down, a new cast of creatures come out to play. If you love all things creepy-crawly, our Night Research Walk is the perfect tour for you! Unearth all there is to know about the creatures you can?t catch during the day.
PRICE:?Group Tour Adult (4-6 people max): $49.00
Group Tour 11 years old or under child: $35.00 Private Tour Adult: $69.00 Private Tour 11 years old or under child: $45.00
GROUP SIZE:6 people max
Hotel pick up included when staying in Quepos or Manuel Antonio
*Additional cost applied if staying outside these areas.
Tour begins at the arrival of the Espadilla Park (around 6:00 pm)
RETURN TIME:?Around 8:30 pm
INCLUSIONS:?Powerful flashlights ? Entrance fee ? Rubber boots provided during rainy season ? Bottle of water
? Round trip transportation to and from Manuel Antonio and Quepos Hotels ONLY is included in the price, but we are happy to arrange transportation if requested in advance.
WHAT TO BRING:? Please wear tennis shoes or hiking boots and long pants
? Don’t forget your raincoat
? Bring a camera or a cell phone!
LANGUAGES AVAILABLE:?English ? Spanish
Please let us know in advance which language you would like your tour in and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
NOTE:?Read our?FAQ page?to find out more about the tour!
For every extra item sold 5% will go directly to environmental education and conservation projects.
YOUR MOONLIT ADVENTURE
Your tour begins around 5:30 pm. We will personally pick you up from your hotel. During our?twilight drive to Espadilla ? a private nature reserve ??we will explain the importance of safety during our night walk. Have no fear ??all of our guides are experts in recognizing and identifying the unique wildlife.?They?ll make sure your nighttime adventure is fun, safe and interesting!
Don?t expect to run into any monkeys or pumas during this tour! You will come across?various species of snakes, tarantulas, tree frogs, owls, bats and a wide variety of insects.?Your guide will educate you on what makes these nocturnal animals so unique.
We encourage any and all questions you have throughout the tour. Our job is for you to have a fun, educational tour of one of the most distinct habitats in the world!