2-hour hike in
Los Quetzales



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In this tour, we’ll take you to the heart of Los Quetzales National Park, located 40 minutes away from San Isidro de El General, Costa Rica. This National Park is one of the most stunning rainforests. This area is surrounded by other important National Parks such as Tapantí and Los Santos Forest. This area is known for its unique microclimates that’ll blow your mind.

What’s included

• Tour Guide
• Transportation
• Binoculars

Meeting and Pick Up Point

Check-In & Out Time

• 6 am. Los Quetzales Hotel
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• Please arrive 15 minutes before. When you arrive, please meet us at Los Quetzales Hotel Lobby.

End Point

• This activity ends at the meeting point.

Pick up point

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The experience

Los Quetzales National Park is truly a must-do tour when in Costa Rica. Come with us on a beautiful guided tour around several points of Quetzal sightings. This special with an iridescent golden-green wing cover and red tones is an exotic bird from the Trogon family. This is an experience when we discover this unique bird while connecting with a special type of rainforest. Individuals and groups are welcome.

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Michael Jesmark

Professional Hiker

“Just an incredible place. If you’re close to San José and love nature, I fully recommend this tour”.

Tatiana Barnet

Hiking guide

“Just an incredible place. If you’re close to San José and love nature, I fully recommend this tour”.

David Valerio

Tourist hiker

“Just an incredible place. If you’re close to San José and love nature, I fully recommend this tour”.


Costa Rica is known for its diverse natural beauty. Must-visit destinations and attractions include Arenal Volcano, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Manuel Antonio National Park, and Tortuguero National Park for wildlife enthusiasts. Additionally, Costa Rica offers incredible opportunities for surfing, zip-lining, and exploring tropical rainforests.

 The best time to visit Costa Rica for a memorable tour experience is during the dry season, which typically runs from December to April. This period offers sunny weather and easier access to various outdoor activities and national parks. However, it’s essential to note that Costa Rica’s weather can vary by region, so research your specific destination for more precise timing.

While it’s possible to explore Costa Rica independently, guided tours can enhance the experience. They provide valuable insights into the country’s ecosystems, wildlife, and culture. Guided tours also often include transportation and access to remote or protected areas that might be challenging to reach on your own. The choice between guided or independent exploration depends on your preferences and the specific activities you plan to undertake during your trip.