The Tour del Rey promises your personal guide to customize the tour to your our pace and preferences.
El Tour del Rey is our longest single-day tour and can cover nearly 100 kilometers of beaches, waterfalls, rivers, rainforest, countryside, small villages, hidden bars and restaurants.
If you want the private, VIP, all-included, full-day tour of Costa Rica- look no further.
The tour begins in the mountains directly behind Jacó, and continues roughly half the distance to the peak of the mountain to a beautiful 35ft. waterfall (Cascada del Zorro) – a perfect spot to get a little wet and take some photos.
After the brief stop, we continue up through primary rainforest and above the canopy to the top of the mountain range. Just beyond the crest of the mountain lies a beautiful mirador offering views of the ocean playing against sands as far south as Manuel Antonio, as far west as the Nicoya Peninsula, and as far north as the port city of Puntarenas.
We enjoy a cool drink with the view, and then continue along the ridgeline of the mountains that offer more incredible views of this pristine area. This primary rainforest leads the way towards the mountains that surround Playa Hermosa.
After stopping off at one more epic viewpoint, we descend the mountains of La Gloria toward the Tulin River to our river-side lunch spot in the small rural town of Mata de Platano.
Once fed, we start a new climb through the similarly small and remote villages of Montelimar, Angostura, Pavona and San Gabriel before passing through Las Delicias (population: 39) famous for its ATV and motocross rallies.
Though it’s impossible to describe every little pueblo we pass on the tour, suffice it to say that each has its own unique charm, and the locals always greet us with a wave and a smile.
Once arriving in Bijagual - the last mountain pueblo we pass - we begin our final descent to a beach-side bar where we gather refreshments for the end of our beach run. A quick 2 kilometer run alongside the Pacific Ocean brings us to a view of the sun making its way for the Nicoya Peninsula on the other side of the Gulf, and chance to have a drink before heading back to Headquarters.
Sitting astride an ATV is one of the best ways to experience adventure travel on your trip to Los Suenos, Costa Rica so contact one of our agents today!
My father, father in-law, best friend, and I went on the Full-Day ATV Tour, and let me just say, WOW! Alan, our guide was as excited as we were to soak in all the scenery, dip into the natural spring runoffs and JUMP OFF A WATER FALL! The water was cool and refreshing on a humid Costa Rican day. We stopped at local bars and restaurants in the jungle. We traversed canyons, river streams, mountains, and jungles. We ventured through little villages, tucked away and secluded. We waved at friendly townsfolk, and glanced at Costa Rican beauties. We were greeted by 3 or 4 toucan birds and other wildlife. I caught this all on a GoPro camera and they supplied me with a helmet I could mount my GoPro camera on. This was one of our best days on vacation!!!
We took the full day ATV tour and it was Soo much fun! Our tour guide Alexis was awesome! He knows a lot about the rainforest and is really laid back and funny! Totally recommend the full day, but get your own ATV lol.. we did 1 driver and 1 passenger and it was a bit scary at times as a passenger lol. Overall amazing experience!
We booked a side-by-side ATV tour into the rainforest to see the Pacayal waterfall. We had the best tour guide, Jatnael (or nickname Gemelo). He was so fun, very knowledgeable about Costa Rica, and spoke very good English. We were truly impressed that at his young age, he was very personable and respectful, and made sure that we were always safe and stopped to help whenever necessary on our short trek to the waterfall. He never seemed rushed, never seemed to mind when we wanted to stop to take photos and pointed out several things that we may have missed. We have taken several tours in our travels - but for the fun we had on this tour - we definitely both though this one was at the top of the list. Whichever option you chose - this is a great company to get out and see and experience the rainforest.
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