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The Monteverde Night Guide Association offers professionally guided night walks in the world-famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve. Our forest is the largest and most pristine tropical cloud forest in Costa Rica and Central America, protecting an...more
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If you dont mind risking entry fee and maybe guided tour fee (the park's guided group tours are $25 per adult), and keep a spirit of adventure as there's never a guarantee of what you'll see, go for it.
You're already in MV, and there's...More
Most of the creature activity is at night other than the birds. The reserve is so large, it’s doubtful that you will see large mammals but you can find howler monkeys, snakes, frogs, sloths, spiders, moths, and bats! Some guides here are naturalists but most...More
We read so many reviews of night walks which were crowded with tourists harassing the animals that we were very concerned about choosing the right one. The night walk in Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve was the correct choice! Our guide Denis was knowledgeable, funny and...More
At this venue we visited the butterfly house. This was brilliant. There were a lot of different types of butterflies which could be seen at very close range.
We then went to the hummingbird garden. Again we could see the birds up close. Amazing.
I brilliant tour with a extremely knowledgeable guide who made the whole experience really interesting. The tour is fairly easy going and we saw lots of animals and reptiles including tarantulas, snakes frogs & a mother & baby sloth.
Torches are supplied and are only...More
We had done several other night walks in various parts of CR during our trip. This was by far the worst. With over 100 people roaming the same 20 acres, they were doing more scaring of the animals than finding them. In other walks we...More
The night tour was quite magical with head lamps, humidity beyond belief and witnessing the world of amphibians and reptiles awaken. The sounds of the winds rustling through trees bent due to the airmass clash, we saw sleeping rain frogs and bugs. We also saw...More
There were none whatsoever in December. We did get bitten by army ants however. Wearing socks, boots and perhaps tucking your pants in to your socks or wearing pants with a fitted cuff would protect you.