Magical and living trails
Hotel Punta Leona is one of the most important private reserves in the Central Pacific area of Costa Rica and plays an important role in biological conservation. Due to its geographical location very close to the Carara National Park recognized as one of the most important birding parks in Latin America, the reserve is one of the few remaining forests in the transition zone between the Northwest Dry Forest and the Tropical Rainforest of the Southeast.
The reserve is home to more than 330 species of birds, as well as various mammals, such as white monkeys, raccoons and spider monkeys. Discover the reserve and its wildlife through its three well-accessible and well-marked trails or stop near one of the various natural feeding stations for hummingbirds, birds and other mammals. Enjoy the thrilling experience of one of our trails and discover the extraordinary variety of exotic flora and fauna that surrounds the area. Feel the thrill of walking through an environment where the only noise is the harmonious and unique sound of nature.
The more adventurous will also have the opportunity to enjoy night walks, during which they will encounter animals such as frogs, scorpions, snakes and various insects.
Be a part:
Self-guided tour or you can join one of the guided hikes that the hotel offers. These walks have no additional cost, but must be booked in advance as they have limited space.
Bird watching (1 ½ hour approx).
Check-out: Reception – 6:15 a.m.
- Maximum 12 pax.
- Over 4 years old.
- Wear long pants, closed shors and repellent.
- Every day (subject to change).
Night walk (1 ½ hour approx).
Check-out: Reception- 6:20 p.m.
- Maximum 8 pax. Over 12 years old.
- Wear long pants, closed shoes and repellent.
- From Wednesday to Saturday.
What should I bring?
Closed shoes and long pants are necessary for this tour. The walks last approximately 1 hour or more during which you will be accompanied by a bilingual guide.