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Kinkajou Night walk, is a walk for those who Want to observe the forest and its creatures at night. It is the perfect place to observe different species of animals such as: sloths, armadillos, porcupines,possums,coatis, bassaricyon,olingos...more
After a busy day we did consider missing the night walk, but decided we should go. We were collected from our hotel and driven to the walk and split into groups. There were about a dozen people in our group, which at times seemed too...More
Lovely experience and we really enjoyed seeing (and hearing!) the jungle at night. For the first 15 minutes it felt as if it was just our little group (of 12) but it soon became apparent that there were many other groups which spoiled the experience...More
For the actual tour, I would have given four stars, but I will get to that later. Herbert is a fantastic guide, hope you get him. He doesn't rush through anything. He is very kind and informative. The problem with tours is you might not...More
We did the kinkajou night walk recently. They pick you up and shuttle you there which is great. Unfortunately our guide was not very pleasant. The tour started with a looong introduction where he asked everyone if they speak Spanish. We had all asked for...More
This place gets busy and like other reviews have said you look at the animals then move away to be told about them which is slightly annoying BUT we had great guide who was passionate about ecology, the area and his job. This was as...More
One thing to remind people to bring is appropriate shoes and weather attire. It’s rain or shine, and the rain doesn’t detract that much from the experience, but can get slippy. Our guide was Donald, apparently people know the guides from these reviews? Anywho he...More
The area is rich with wildlife but there are too many groups going around a relatively small area. You 'spot stuff' then have to find somewhere quieter to learn about the animal rather than enjoying the view of the animal.
Where to begin? First of all, our guide Marco was outstanding! We saw countless animals: 3 sloths (including a mom and baby), pit viper, red eyed tree frog, orange knee tarantula, scorpion and more. Marco was fun and informative; I would recommend you ask for...More
Perhaps I'm biased because I had excellent night walks in sarapiqui and tortuguero. But this place was too touristy and crowded. We did see a few interesting wildlife, not sure I'd recommend this though.