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Casa Tolteca is for everyone:
sun bathers
beachcombers
swimmers
surfers
snorkelers
scuba divers
fishermen
kayakers
river rafters
birdwatchers
jungle explorers
canopy surfers
horseback riders
ecologists
adventurers
romantics

Reservations and availability requests: relax@casatolteca.com
U.S.Telephone: (800) 815-6602 or (773) 477-3500

Manuel Antonio National Park                 

Manuel Antonio National Park is deservedly the most popular park in Costa Rica, with beautiful white sand beaches surrounded by emerald waters and pristine jungle. A nature guide explains the history and geography of the area while pointing out sloths, monkeys, iguanas and a multitude of insects and birds during an informative three hour walk. Remain after the guided tour to enjoy the Park’s beautiful beaches.

Mangrove Waterways Exploration           

Explore the protected mangrove waterways of IslaDamas, paddling in kayaks or small boats. Revel in the rich biodiversity of this unique ecosystem with monkeys, birds, crocodiles, snakes and crabs. Includes a great meal at Costa Rica’s only floating restaurant.

Forest Canopy Safari                              

Experience an incredible adrenaline rush! After an interesting drive and a short hike into the rainforest, you’ll loom in upon astounding views of the primary forest as you glide from platform to platform lodged within the forest canopy. After the tour you may wish to cool off with a refreshing swim in a secluded pond.

Manuel Antonio Cruise                            

Cruise the spectacular coastline from Quepos to the southern boundary of the National Park. Take a naturalist’s look at the treasures of marine life and the geology of this area: blow holes, towering cliffs, and nesting grounds with numerous species of marine birds. Learn about the National Park and the indigenous Quepoa people.

Rainforest on Horseback                       

Combine the adventure of a magnificent horseback tour with a warm family atmosphere. Explore the mountains and unspoiled tropical rainforest of the Cerro Nara, the chasms of Rio Naranjo, 300 foot waterfalls and perfect natural swimming holes.

Jet Ski Safari                       

Thrill, fun and surprise! Explore the coastline, watch marine and rainforest wildlife, snorkel in quiet water. Visit secluded beaches and beautiful islands.

Rainmaker Nature Tour                         

Enjoy a comfortable walk along well engineered trails that weave up beside a mountain river, cascading down through the lush tropical primary rainforest. You’ll stroll along the river and take a canopy walk on a great suspension bridge system. You’ll explore the majesty of the canopy from a bird’s eye view, and you’ll have an opportunity to swim in the river.

Sunset Sail                                              

Explore the beautiful beaches and islands along the scenic coast of Manuel Antonio aboard a classic sailing yacht. Swim and snorkel in the calm and refreshing water of the beautiful jungle bay. Enjoy a spectacular sunset over a delicious dinner. This cruise is also available as a morning tour. Inquire for private charters, honeymoon nights or a trip to Isla del Caño.

Sea Kayaking                                         

Experience a challenging open ocean paddle along one of Central America’s most beautiful coastlines, including visits to the secluded Biesanz beach, and nearby islands where boobies, frigate birds and pelicans nest. After the tour enjoy a Tico-style lunch near the entrance to the National Park.

Whitewater Rafting                   

World-class whitewater provides the perfect playground for exhilarating rafting adventures. Choose from three remote river sections of varying class, depending on season and water level. Whether you seek a class IV challenge or a relaxing class II experience, each river offers a scenic tour of untouched primary rainforest and spectacular local wildlife.

Fourtrax Adventure                          

Professional guides lead your discovery of lush tropical rainforest, awesome rivers and amazing wildlife, all on your own Fourtrax. You’ll stop at a fantastic waterfall where you may take a swim or just bask in the wondrous beauty of the rainforest.

Sport Fishing Charters

The Quepos area is world famous for off-shore bill fishing with many record Sailfish, Marlin, Tuna, Snapper, Dorado, Rooster, Wahoo, and more. Half, three quarter and full day tours are available both in shore and off shore, on private or shared boats.

All charters feature tower with full controls, IGFA tackle, Penn International reels, Lee fighting chair, marine toilet, captain and mate with many years of catch and release experience.
Full-day charters: 7:30-16:30. Lunch, soft drinks, fruit, water, ice-cold beer provided.
¾-day charters: 7:30-12:30; 12:30-17:30. Snacks included.
Lunch is available for ½ and ¾-day charters.
Fishing licenses are additional, and may be purchased at the pier for about $24 per person.
Transportation villa to pier to villa: $5 each for four or more persons.

Other Activities

Snorkling                Birdwatching
Surf Lessons         Canyoning

Cook Services (excluding groceries)

Breakfast / Brunch / Lunch.......... $55 for up to 10; $5.50 per additional person
Dinner.............................................. $100 for up to 10; $10.00 per additional person

Pre-stock Your Refrigerator and Pantry

For a service charge of $25 (plus the actual cost of groceries and drinks), we’ll stock your refrigerator and pantry with your favorite items, so you can just kick back and relax after arriving at Casa Tolteca. Instead of having to scramble around for the essentials, you can lavish in your own private vanishing edge pool with your favorite refreshment in hand.

Massage and Yoga

Massage is an excellent way to prepare for any adventure. It’s also a great way to soothe yourself afterwards. Yoga, acupressure, aromatherapy, meridian & Western massage, as well as adjustment available.


Make your arrangements now:
email relax@CasaTolteca.com or phone 800-815-6602

tour prices are set by tour operators