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Information to contact the Tirimbina offices

Tirimbina Biological Reserve
La Virgen de Sarapiquí, Heredia

(506) 2761-0333 - Phone
(506) 2761-0055 - Phone
(506) 2761-1576 - Fax - extention:204

Email: info@tirimbina.org
reservaciones@tirimbina.org

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WALKS

SELF-GUIDED WALK

This activity allows you to explore the trails at the Reserve (total of 9km), cross the suspension bridges and discover the rainforest at your own pace. First you will receive a map which clearly shows all the trails and their distances and important safety instructions regarding walking around in the forest. Furthermore you will be given a small booklet with information about a few of the trails and the forest itself. You can ask for this booklet at reception, before your walk.

Opening hours for self-guided walks are between 7am and 5pm. No prior reservations required.

Requirements: closed shoes or boots at all times.

Recommended: insect repellent, poncho or umbrella, camera.

 

GUIDED NATURAL HISTORY WALK

During this 2,5 hour walk with a qualified naturalist guide along the Reserve's trails, you will have the opportunity to search for, find and interpret the secrets of the rainforest. In addition you may learn more about the areas history and the objectives of the Reserve.

Guided tours are offered at: 8:00am, 10:00am, 1:30pm and 3:00pm.
Prior reservations are required and we recommend contacting the Reserve for tours at other times than indicated above.

Requirements: closed shoes or boots at all times.

Recommended: insect repellent, camera, poncho or umbrella, binoculars.

 

NIGHT WALK

Discover the wonders of the forest when most species are active.
During the two-hour walk, a naturalist guide will tell you about the natural history of the various nocturnal species of the tropical rainforest. The guide will focus on nocturnal species such as: insects, frogs and nocturnal mammals amongst others, giving you a different perspective of the rainforest.

The Night Walk is offered at 7:30pm and requires prior reservation.

Requirements: closed shoes or boots at all times and a flashlight.

Recommended: insect repellent, camera, poncho or umbrella, binoculars.

 

 
EDUCATION
We offer education
programs for
all levels.

ECOTOURISM
Explore the trails and
discover the flora
and fauna of our region.

RESEARCH
Research in one of
the most diverse sites
in the world.