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Santamaria Night Tour

Carretera Monteverde a Tilaran, Costa Rica
+506 2645 6548
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So many creatures in under 2 hours!

We did the night walk this evening and it was great! Our tour had 1 guide along with 7 people. The... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ajay P
Irvine, California
via mobile
Great guides!

We went on the night tour at the recommendation of Denis - our guide at Sky Adventures. He met us... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Megan A
via mobile
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Carretera Monteverde a Tilaran, Costa Rica
+506 2645 6548
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did the night walk this evening and it was great! Our tour had 1 guide along with 7 people. The guide found everything from birds sleeping in branches to snakes to insects to sloths. This is a great way to see the animals in...More

Thank Ajay P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went on the night tour at the recommendation of Denis - our guide at Sky Adventures. He met us right when we arrived and took us on a private tour. His enthusiasm for the Costa Rican wildlife was contagious. We had a great time...More

Thank Megan A
Reviewed 22 July 2017 via mobile

The guides in this tour are very knowledgeable about the flora and fauna on their property and have amazing eyesight. They are able to pick out the smallest critter in the darkness. They also know some critters typically hang out. We saw the following: Giant...More

Thank Christopher S
Reviewed 5 February 2017 via mobile

Danilo was clever, knowledgeable about the animals, and excited to share his appreciation of the animals. I would recommend him and this tour to others!

Thank Julie A
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

At Santamaria night tour we saw many nocturnal animals including sloths, tarantula's, pit vipers, raccoons, bats and a kinkajou. The guide Dennis was very inspired and didn't waste too much time on talking! You just want to see things right?! They did forget to pick...More

Thank Marcodegraaff
Reviewed 8 December 2016 via mobile

We were a group of 12 people and got one guide. The tour guide walked in front and explained all about the forest and its wildlife. The 12 people waked behind him, one after the other, since the trails were very narrow. Except of the...More

Thank haggujdb
Reviewed 6 December 2016

We did the night tour with Monteverde Experts in a group of three plus Glavin. We had 2 hrs of enjoyment and saw 2-toed sloth, opposums, rodents, 3/4 colourful sleeping birds and a pit viper. Our guide was up on names (both scientific and common)...More

Thank 387StuM
Reviewed 5 November 2016

This is a perfect choice. We saw so many things, including a mother sloth and her baby...! Our guide was amazing and the whole experience was something I would highly recommend.

Thank britt824
Reviewed 23 September 2016

My husband and I had an awesome tour. We booked our's directly with Esteban (Esteban Daily Guided Tours on TripAdvisor) and got to see some amazing stuff. There were multiple tours with different guides going on simltaneously, which seems like the norm for the reserves...More

Thank Crystal C
Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

Hector was our guide, and he made the walk GREAT. We saw lots of animals, including a sloth, birds, and a frog. If you can call ahead and get Hector as your guide, I highly recommend that you take this tour. Hector was friendly, knowledgeable,...More

Thank Emily F
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