The tours will take place on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) at 7 am.
Those who join these visits will be able to explore the trails of the reserve and learn about the ecology of the forest, accompanied by the expert biologist and reserve director, Oscar Brenes.
The visit lasts about 1 hour and a half, and some of the species that can be found are birds, such as chachalacas, hummingbirds, tanagers; mammals such as bats, agoutis, monkeys; frogs, some reptiles, among others.
5 people is the minimum required to make the tour, and although it is suitable for the whole family, it is recommended for children over 5 years old, good physical condition, and during the rainy season, wear shoes that can get wet. The cost is $10 per person.