Allow us to bring you back to Costa Rica’s past in the heart of Santa Rosa’s National Park. The park is home to Costa Rica’s most famous monument, the Hacienda Santa Rosa, also known as La Casona, which marks the fall of filibuster William Walker’s professional mercenaries to a local makeshift peasant army in 1856. The Casona serves as a history museum that pays tribute to the battle. This tour will help you better understand the country’s history but also its precious culture.
Furthermore, this unique habitats span the 122,350 acre park, ranging from mangrove swamp to dry tropical forest, each of which provide sanctuary for copious animal species. A total of 250 species of bird inhabit the park as well as 115 species of mammals which include iguanas, deer, monkeys-white faced, howler, and spider-five species of big cats, and a plethora of bats.
The tour includes:
- Air conditioned transportation
- Bilingual speaking guide
- All entree fees
- Light snacks & refreshments
Your bring: camera, comfortable clothing, hat, sneakers, sunscreen, insect repellent and a copy of your passport.