Visit a site that encloses wonderful facilities which allow for a stunning hike through a Central American rainforest. The property counts with three hanging bridges that are between 34 and 40 meters up (111-131 ft), and that will provide you with a totally different perspective of the forest.
While driving around the Pan-American Highway, you will be able to observe how the vegetation gradually changes and becomes greener and lusher. One of the first towns that you’ll encounter on your way to the rainforest is Bijagual. Agriculture is the most important economic activity in this town, and some of the plantations in the area are of sugarcane, coffee, plantains, as well as bananas, and assorted vegetables. You will also find some roadside artisan cheese stores at the homes of the locals.
A dirt road will take you through the countryside, directly to the private reserve, which is locally managed. This beautiful property is around 700 meters (2,300 ft) above sea level and gets 4,000 mm (157 in) of rain during the year. You will be right in the middle of a unique place, where you could watch some of the 390 different species of birds and 7,000 species of insects, plants and fungi that biologists registered in this beautiful location.
This entire combination creates an outstanding environment for people who want to truly live a rainforest experience!
There are 3 tour options in this area:
Zip line+Sky tram+Hanging bridges: $169 per adult and $80 for children 10 and under..
Sky tram + Hanging bridges: $164 per adult and $78 for children.
Pick up time is at 4:40am and dropoff around 8-9pm. Driving time is aprox. 3-4 hours.
Includes: Transportation, local bilingual tour guide (Spanish / English), entrance fees, lunch, and dinner. What to bring: Hiking shoes, swimsuit, towel, light jacket, sunscreen, hat and camera. Remarks: This tour requires a minimum number of people to operate.