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What is the best way to explore Costa Ballena’s numerous rainforest adventures?

Jul 03, 2016
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While every day spent in the Costa Ballena region is a day steeped in lush rainforest life, Hacienda Baru in Dominical offers a variety of concentrated experiences where you will find exactly what you are looking for. Each experience offered by the National Wildlife Refuge & Lodge has its own pace, from heart-pumping zip line adventures to the serenity of bird watching. Breathtaking aerial views are the goal of Hacienda Baru’s Tree Climb experience, while others may choose to take to the skies via Costa Rica’s first EcoTram, moving through the rainforest canopy at your own pace in a motorized chair.

Backed by 25 years of ecotourism experience, Hacienda Baru offers more than 800 acres of varying habitats, from wetlands and lowlands, to lush rainforest on the coastal ridge. Education becomes part of every guided experience, from rainforest and mangrove tours by day, to twilight and night tours in the jungle, when nature’s nocturnal life sets in. Visitors can also choose to stay at the Hacienda Baru Eco-lodge, with a variety of jungle accommodations embraced by walking trails, pristine beaches and orchid and butterfly gardens.

Phone: +506.2787.0003 / 1.888.583.5980


Address: Costanera Hwy, 3Km North of Dominical


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