Contact us
Vacation all inclusive
  • Visit Costa Rica

Visiting Costa Rica Visit Costa Rica Costa Rica Vacation

Cano Negro one destinations we offer

If you visit Costa Rica during the rainy season, from July to November, the banks of the Río Frío overflow. During this time, the reserve becomes a shallow lake and acts as a wintering site for migrant American birds. During the dry season, from December until April, the water level steadily falls, until all that is left is the Río Frío's main channel. Some birds, like the Olivaceous Cormorant, make their nests in the reserve and stick around all year. Most birds, however, make their appearance during the dry season. These include the Glossy Ibis, Black-necked Stilt, Anhinga, American Widgeon, Northern Shoveler, Wood Stork, White Ibis, Black-bellied Whistling-Duck, Snail Kite, Green Backed Heron, and Blue-winged Teal, the Nicaraguan Grackle, whose only Costa Rican habitat is within Caño Negro, or the Jabirus, which is the largest bird in Central America and extremely endangered.
Caño Negro

Wildlife destinations is considered

one of the richest sites in the continent for birdwatching.  Beside an abundance of birds, Caño Negro is also refuge of many other animals like: sloths, three types of monkeys, caimans, lizards, bats, and native flora of the wet land.
This tour leaves from La Fortuna, driving for about an hour and a half until Los Chiles, which is a rustic town that meets to only five kilometers of the border of Nicaragua, it is here where we take the boat down to Río Frío for about three hours.  It can be done on Boat, on kayak, or Canoe.

Cano Negro - Costa Rica vacation destination
Departure:    7: 30 a.m
Arrival:           3: 30 p.m. approximately.
Includes:       Transport, bilingual naturalist guide, lunch, and cold drinks.
What to bring:         Fresh and comfortable clothes, tennis shoes or sandals, camera, hat, binoculars, sunscreen.
Recommended:      For adults and children of all the ages.
By Natalia Soto Costa Rica Itinerary

Click here to check my Bio