Palo Verde Nat. Park and Guaitil PotteryID: 66087
The lowlands and marshes of Palo Verde create the perfect conditions for the largest concentration of waterfowl and wadding birds in all Central America. This ecologically diverse area becomes a birdwatchers paradise as well as a perfect spot to see lots of crocodiles as you cruise the Tempisque River by boat. Palo Verde’s prairie habitats and rivers let you experience nature in a unique way. After a delicious lunch you will pass by the famous artisan village of Guaitil and learn how the Chorotega Indians make their pottery using the same techniques that were used by their Pre Columbian ancestors. Admire matchless crafts and learn part of these friendly locals history.
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Notes: Tour Includes: Transportation, guide, lunch, snacks & bottled water. There is an additional $10 per person fee for pick ups at JW Marriott and Hacienda Pinilla.
What to Bring: Comfortable light weight clothes, running shoes or strap-on sport sandals, binoculars, camera, sunscreen, sun hat and a copy of your passport showing your picture and the date of your arrival to Costa Rica..
Duration: 8 hours
Min. Passengers: 2
Starting at: 6:30 AM