Adventure Life Announces Rainforest Alliance Verified Costa Rica Tour

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Adventure Life is offering a brand new Rainforest Alliance Verified Costa Rica tour that combines outdoor adventure with visits to Rainforest Alliance Certified farms and reserves. For more information or Adventure Life reviews, call 800-344-6118.

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La Paz Waterfall Gardens is one of the most popular ecological attractions in Costa Rica, featuring great hiking, jaw-dropping waterfalls and rescued wildlife.

The Rainforest Alliance verification helps us with our mission of providing quality small group tours that have a positive impact on the local culture and environment.

The award-winning Latin America travel specialists at Adventure Life are thrilled to announce a Rainforest Alliance Verified Costa Rica tour that combines outdoor adventure with visits to Rainforest Alliance Certified farms and reserves. Travelers will learn about sustainable practices, raft the Sarapiqui River, hike through pristine rainforests, and kayak in the Caribbean Sea. For more information on this Rainforest Alliance Verified tour, Costa Rica travel, or Adventure Life reviews, call 800-344-6118.

“Our company is always trying to improve its environmental, social and economic practices,” said Adventure Life General Manager Jonathan Brunger. “The Rainforest Alliance verification helps us with our mission of providing quality small group tours that have a positive impact on the local culture and environment.”

Adventure Life has formed an alliance to source from Rainforest Alliance Verified inbound operations in Peru, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Guatemala & Costa Rica to promote sustainable tourism.This Rainforest Alliance Verified Costa Rica tour begins with a visit to Doka Coffee Plantation where guests will watch how coffee is picked, milled and ground. La Paz Waterfall Gardens, home to a variety of species of humming birds and the world's largest enclosed butterfly observatory, is another highlight.

The tour includes rafting a 7.5 mile stretch of the Sarapiqui River through exciting class II and III rapids. Guests learn about the natural history of rainforest species at the 750-acre Tirimbina Biological Reserve, a tropical science resource that combines education, research, and stunning beauty to offer an outstanding encounter with nature.

“This trip is full of adventure,” said Brunger. “Guests bike through Costa Rica's world-renowned agricultural research center, learn about planting techniques unique to the region, and sample shade-grown coffee, cocoa, bananas, macadamia, mango, avocado and sugarcane.”

Other highlights of the Rainforest Alliance Verified Costa Rica tour include: visiting Turrialba Volcano or the Guayabo Archaeological Site; exploring one of Dole®'s Rainforest Alliance Certified farms; enjoying a snorkeling and hiking tour in Cahuita National Park; encountering monkeys, sloths, iguanas and the famed poisonous dart frog; discovering the town of Puerto Viejo; and optional snorkeling, sea kayaking, and zip line canopy tours.

For more information on Adventure Life’s new Rainforest Alliance Verified Costa Rica Tour or for Adventure Life reviews, call 800-344-6118.

About Adventure Life:

Adventure Life was founded in 1999 with a commitment to providing quality small group tours that have a positive impact on the local culture and environment. With more than 100 adventures in South and Central America, Adventure Life’s trips explore local culture, ecology and life from remote villages, to bustling city markets, to the wildest jungles and mountains. The company’s grassroots approach to travel utilizes local guides, family run hotels, and the local transportation infrastructure. Adventure Life is headquartered in Missoula, Montana, U.S.A, with partners throughout South and Central America. Adventure Life also offers the broadest selection of specialized expedition cruise services to the world’s most remote destinations. For more information or Adventure Life reviews visit them on Facebook.

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