A Simply Perfect Place To Get Lost

Take that much needed break to Costa Rica! Let Costa Rica Royale pamper you with luxurious VIP services in this rejuvenating and nature-loving vacay. Let your wanderlust fantasies be fulfilled while riding high on fun alongside your family!

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A Simply Perfect Place To Get Lost

Come to Jaco and explore the natural side of Costa Rica. Enjoy the best nature trails and adventure activities available in this beach town. Bring your family along and have an amazing time while riding high on the thrill factor!


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Manuel Antonio Tour

Named by Forbes as one of world’s 12 most beautiful national parks, Manuel Antonio overwhelms you with spectacular views and sporting options. Royale Manuel Antonio Tour opens your senses to diverse forest systems (primary and secondary forests, swampy mangroves), tropical wildlife, and the pleasures of multiple beaches in close proximity. It offers several nature trails with interesting wildlife previews. The air literally hums with the sound of insects. Apart from hiking, you could go horse riding, rafting, and kayaking. Snorkeling opportunities are available in Manuel Antonio and Espadilla Sur. Sign up for Royale Manuel Antonio Tour to discover more.

Waterfall Tour

Welcome to Osa, The most Biologically Intense Place on Earth according to National Geographic. A Royale Waterfall Tour to the Osa peninsula whets your appetite for adrenalinesoaring adventure and unadulterated nature. Amidst waterfalls rising up to a height of 30 to 100 feet, the adventures (waterfall jumping and rappelling) take on the appearance of a man vs nature stunt that can unnerve even the brave. Imagine jumping a 7-story building. That’s how high it gets (literally and Tiguratively!). The heartracing take offs into thin air can soon become addictive. It’s a free fall that’s worth every second! Round off the trip with a swim in the cool pools and a trek through the waterfall trails.

Monkey Tour

Jump on our Monkey Tour and catch up with the rare monkeys of Quepos, Costa Rica: the white-faced Capuchin Monkeys (Remember those cute monkeys in Hollywood Ilicks? That’s them!), the black-faced Howler Monkeys (You can’t miss their spinechilling howls), the beige-tinged Spider Monkeys (the way they splay out their limbs and tail, they look like spiders), and the Squirrel Monkeys, which are about as long as your Subway sandwich (ouch!). These curious creatures and wonders of the earth are fast disappearing from our forests. Our aim is to rekindle public interest in these agile little primates and improve awareness about their habits and habitats.

Rainforest Tour

Prepare for a mind-altering experience in Costa Rica’s biodiversity-rich tropical rainforests. You don’t have to be much of a tree-hugger to be swept away by the towering trees, some of which rise to a whopping 200 ft and date back to hundreds of years. The forest Lloor and the canopy together shelter a wide variety of Llora and fauna. Most of them are endemic to the rainforests and this tour gives an opportunity to brush up on your knowledge of nature’s fragile creations, everything from the big beakedtoucans to tiny, multihued frogs. Apart from feeding your lust for nature, the tour offers you a range of rainforest adventures including zipline and ATV.

Crocodile Tour

Meet Osama, the famous resident of Tarcoles River. Osama owes his reputation to his weight (1000 pounds) and length (17 ft), which single him out in a star neighborhood occupied by crocs nicknamed Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lopez, George Bush, and Bill Clinton. Watch this A-list of crocs feed and bask on the river bank from the shady and secure conPines of your boat. A wide variety of shore and seabirds Ply into view during the tour. If you are an avid bird watcher, your list will far exceed herons and warblers. The biodiverse region gives you rare glimpses into the life of Howler Monkeys, the Jesu Cristo Lizard, and other exotic reptiles and amphibians.

Carara National Park Tour

Just 15 km north of Jaco, The Carara National Park is host to a variety of wildlife, of which birds, crocodiles, monkeys, poison dart frogs, and a range of colorful birds are the easiest to locate. If you are a keen birder, you’ll be thrilled to bits to see trogons, toucans, guans, hummingbirds, motmots, manakins, woodpeckers, parrots, among many other avian species in their natural habitat. Water birds such as herons, egrets, and athinga also thrive in the park. The two trails through the forest are not very long (roughly 3 km), but you will be stopping in your tracks every time you run into some curious wildlife, which can be often when you have guide spotting them for you.

Monteverde Cloud Reserve Tour

Arguably the most spectacular cloud forest of Costa Rica, Monteverde is loved by birders and naturalists. An untrained eye may not be able to tell the forest from the trees, but an expert guide will introduce each rare tree and animal by its name and garnish it with a story or two that illustrates its claim to fame. For instance, there is the strangler Cig, an epiphyte, which begins life as an innocent-looking plant and strangles its host as it rapidly grows. You can get a bird’s-eye view of the forests by taking the suspension bridges, which in some spots reach a height of 128 ft. The Reserve houses over 400 species of birds and 100 species of mammals.

Poas Volcano and La Paz Waterfall Tour

La Paz, on the slopes of the Poas Volcano, is a blend of rainforests and cloud forests. It has the largest butterfly observatory in the world besides several exotic farms. The hummingbird farm, for instance, is home to 26 species of hummingbirds. The center of attraction at the Poas Volcano National Park are two craters. One of them is the largest active crater in the world, 1.6 km wide and 320 m deep. Another crater, which is inactive, is occupied by Lake Botos and enclosed by cloud forests. Birds and naturalists will be happy to take the Escalonia cloud trail, which presents the opportunity to spot some native birds, squirrels, and the pagoda-like Escallonia trees that indicate the frost line.