Night Walk

Lapa Rios

A whole new world of wildlife wakes up when the sun goes down in the rainforest. This fascinating walk through the Lapa Rios reserve is a great opportunity to see nocturnal creatures in their natural habitats, such as tree frogs, bats, snakes, possums, insects, and even kinkajous. The excursion starts at the Guide Hut, where guests are outfitted with rubber boots (required), walking sticks, and flashlights and given a short activity briefing. The trail winds through the reserve to the Lapa Rios frog ponds, home to the red-eyed tree frog and other species, before entering the nearby forests in search of more unusual nocturnal creatures. The Night Walk is customizable according to guest preference and physical condition.


Minimum age: all ages

Duration: approximately 1.5 hours

Distance: 0.9 miles (1.5 km)

Schedule: 5:50 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Difficulty: moderate to difficult

Includes: bilingual naturalist guide, rubber boots, walking sticks & flashlight

What to bring: water, long pants/shirt, insect repellent & a camera

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