Barra Honda National Park was created in 1971 to protect an interesting cave system. Although the park has been shortened in the past, is now home to diverse and abundant species that enjoy state protection, which has led many groups before endangered recover.
There is a good system of roads and trails through the park, allowing access to the caverns, with their unusual formations of stalactites and stalagmites. The park is located in the northern part of the Nicoya peninsula.
This tour does requires some phisical effort as there is 4 hours hike including the visit to the main caverns
Pick up time :7:30AM
Return time:3:30PM (approximately)
Includes Round trip transportation,english speaker guide,entrace fee to the park, caving equipment, guide lunch and drinks for the road.
No include Tips
Cost $105 per person minimun 2 people
Note:$85 per person for more than 4 people