Untamed Three (3) Part Jungle Adventure*
Incredible journeys into three of Costa Rica's most spectacular tropical bioregions!
Stay and explore several locations selected by the producers of National Geographic's "Untamed Costa Rica" who shared the wonders they discovered of Costa Rica's fragile and precious tropical biodiversity. Led by Si Como No Certified Guides, you'll crisscross the jungle paths, forge streams, swim in waterfall pools, and trek the shoreline on the golden sand beaches of Corcovado and Manuel Antonio National Parks.
Our most adventurous package lets you experience the amazing biodiversity of the Mountain Cloud Forest, the Pacific Wet Forest, and Coastal Rainforest of the Osa Peninsula. Explore the cool, misty cloud forest private reserve at Villa Blanca Hotel & Nature Reserve, where trees literally drip with the life of mini ecosystems, and where scientific investigations of nocturnal butterflies, exotic moths, birds, mammals, and even the weather are conducted just 200 meters from the hotel lobby at the José Miguel Alfaro Research Station. Add the amazing marine life of Cano Island Marine Reserve and Costa Rica's most prized Corcovado National Park.
At Si Como No Resort, you'll explore the flora and fauna of the Pacific Coast's Tropical Wet Forest. Discover Manuel Antonio National Park, with its troops of Capuchin and Howler monkeys, two- and three-toed sloths, iguanas, birds, and more. At night the jungle is transformed, and only at the Si Como No Wildlife Refuge, featured in the series of Untamed Costa Rica, where you can walk among the night dwellers with your guide and discover the fascinating lives of amphibians, reptiles, and unique insects that patrol the jungle foliage after dark.
Then step into the exotic primal world where segments of Nat Geo WILD'S Untamed Costa Rica were filmed — the coastal rainforests and marine sanctuaries of the fabled Osa Peninsula. Transported down the Sierpe River, into the Pacific, and across Drake Bay, you'll arrive at Aguila de Osa, an exotic outpost at the top of the Osa Peninsula and the Cano Island Marine Reserve will delight snorkelers and divers, and riverboat journeys into the river mangrove estuaries will thrill birders and photographers of all ages.