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Hanging Bridges Monteverde

Hanging Bridges in Monteverde

Take a walk in the top-tree hanging bridges

Canopy tour in Monteverde Costa Rica

Ziplining in Monteverde

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Hiking in Monteverde Costa Rica

Hiking in the Cloud Forest

A must do in Monteverde

Tours in Monteverde Costa Rica

Monteverde is Costa Rica`s most internationally recognize ecotourism destination. The reserve itself abd the extensive network of private reserves aroud it are incredibly rich in biodiversity, and a well-organized infraestructure helps guarantee a rewarding experience for both first-time and experienced ecoadventurers.

San Luis Waterfall

San Luis Waterfall

The San Luis Waterfall is one of the best hiking tour you can take while visiting Monteverde Cloud Fores. It is hidden in San Luis Valley, about 25 minutes driving from Monteverde and a 40 minutes easy-walk into the forest. Crossing the river in 4 sections through out wood bridges, but the most of is to be immerse in the real nature. See videos and pictures

Adventure tours by Selvatura

Selvatura Hanging Bridges, Monteverde Costa Rica

Located close to Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve, is the best one-stop shop for various adventures and attractions in the area. In addition to an extensive canopy tour, with 15 cables coneecting 18 platforms they also have a network of trails and suspended bridges, a huge butterly garden, a hummingbird garden, a snake exhibit, and a woderful insect display and museum

Sky Adventures

Aerial Tram by Sky Adventures in Monteverde

This is one of the most extensive canopy tours in Costa Rica, with two very long cables to cross. The longest of these is some 770m long, high above the forest floor.

Santa Elena Reserve

Santa Elena Cloud Forest, Monteverde Costa Rica

The Santa Elena Reserve comprises an area of 310 hectare or 765 acres, and together with the Children's Eternal Rainforest, the Arenal Conservation Area and the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve constitute a contiguous conservation area of approximately 28,000 hectares or 69,000 acres. Plans are underway to raise funds to buy and restore adjacent farmlands for future inclusion into the Santa Elena Reserve. Conservation efforts in the area are concentrating on establishing forest corridors radiating from the central conservation area down to lower altitudes as many of the forest fauna, such as the Resplendent Quetzal, American Pumas, Jaguars, Ocelots, and Red Brocket Deer require large territories in which to forage and breed.

Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve

Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

Pioneers of environmental tourism, the Reserve quickly gained world-renown respect for it's extraordinarily rich cloud forest. After 30 years, it continues to serve as an inspirational model of conservation

Monteverde Wildlife Refuge

Monteverde Wildlife Refuge

Used in the past as an agrarian farm, is a protected area of 30 hectares, situated less than a mile above sea level. Monteverde Wild Life Refuge is right between the Pacific dry forest and Monteverde`s cloud forest, which provides an extensive diversity of flora and fauna.

Throughout the tour and depending on the season, you may observe toucans, quetzals, bellbirds and a wide variety of other birds, as well as several mammals like sloths, olingos, kinkajous and monkeys. You can also observe snakes, tarantulas, frogs and great variety of insects. And don’t forget the far-reaching plant diversity of the place.

Curi Cancha Wildlife Refuge

Curi Cancha Wildlife refuge, Monteverde Costa Rica

Curi Cancha Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife refuge in the central part of Costa Rica, which forms part of the Arenal Tilaran Conservation Area and protects humid forest in the Cordillera de Tilarán near Juntas. The refuge entrance is about a kilometer before the famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. The lower portion is drier, with few epiphytes, but the upper portion is cloud forest. While the forest is not quite so pristine as Monteverde, the most spectacular birds are much easier to see. (Author spent a day in each reserve in Jan., 2012). The refuge is particularly good for the Resplendent Quetzal, the most sought-after bird of the cloud forest. The refuge is also a good place to find Keel-Billed Toucan, Blue-Crowned Motmot, Orange-Bellied Trogon, and Three-toed Sloth, as well as monkeys.