Private Reserve Night Hike
Explore Arenal's Night Wildlife & a Frog Sanctuary.
‘Private Reserve Night Hike’ is perfect for:
Families, couples, and groups who want to see more of Costa Rica’s nature from a different perspective.
Visit a family-owned private property that works as a reserve for the local flora and fauna in a tour that shows you the natural wonders of Costa Rica’s nightlife.
A Family-Owned Sanctuary
Take a half-hour drive to the town of La Tigra and to the Mendez family property. Here the land is dedicated to the regeneration of the local forests so both plants and animals can thrive.
Walk down the trail and observe the wildlife that awakes at dusk. The forest along the trail is regenerating and it has water mirrors that allow you to spot animals better.
There is opportunity to see creatures like birds, mammals, colorful insects, bats, and amphibians.
A Refuge for Costa Rica’s Wildlife
There is a frog sanctuary on the property where various frog species live and add numbers to the forest.
Enjoy their songs as you try and find some of the most iconic Costa Rican frogs like the hammer frog (the smallest species of frog in the country), bullfrog (the biggest), the red-eyed frog, and the little glass frog (which is translucent!).
Finish the tour with a traditional Costa Rican dinner prepared in a wooden stove. Enjoy the sounds of nature all around you, and then head back to your hotel for a good night’s sleep.
- Any necessary equipment
- Entrance fee
- Bottle of water
- Bilingual guide
- Round transportation
- All ages
What to bring:
- Hiking shoes
- Insect repellent
- Comfortable clothing
*Prices reflect the least expensive rates during low season and are subject to change at any time. You will receive a 100% accurate price when you inquire with us and share your travel dates. Final package pricing includes taxes, domestic transport, tours and lodging as described unless otherwise indicated. The package does NOT include international airfare or optional travel insurance or any other services not expressly mentioned.