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GAIA’S VIP SERVICE includes a tropical Welcome Drink, transportation to and from the beautiful beaches of Manuel Antonio and the National Park (every day from 7:30AM to 4:30PM), a complimentary guided Tour in our own Nature Reserve (every Monday, Wednesday and Saturdays), FREE WIFI access throughout the property, your own private Concierge who will assist you in all your needs and arrangements, Usage of our Exercise Room, Free local and international phone calls, Twice Daily maid service and Free 24/7 medical consultation. For our guests from the age of 13 years, all reservations also include one 20 minutes treatment per guest per stay available at our Terra Spa from 10am to 2:40pm daily. You can choose from: (A) Back Relief (B) Hands & Feet Renewal or a (C) Mini Organic Facial, two tapas and two free house cocktails at La Luna Restaurant that can be used arrival night.

Tours

Butterfly and Reptile Gardens

A Wildlife Refuge serving as great example of sustainable development researching and developing nature exhibits to help reproduce local species in danger of extinction, including orchids, bromeliads, reptiles (including caimans and crocodiles), and various butterfly species.

 

INCLUDES:

Guides are available in English and Spanish.

AVAILABLE DEPARTURE TIMES:

This one-hour tour is available from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm daily, leaving every hour. GAIA can arrange for your transportation, please schedule with the assistance of your private Concierge or our front desk.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend sunscreen, hiking shoes or sandals, long pants, insect repellent, binoculars & camera

The refuge has developed three Butterfly Botanical Gardens, an impressive Aquatic Garden, and the new reptile exhibits. The refuge is a living laboratory of nature conservancy and is an example of sustainable development, where you will see a variety of Flora and Fauna, including monkeys, agoutis, and precious tropical hardwood trees. One of the most unique animals to observe here is the titi or squirrel monkey (Siamiri oerstedii), which lives in a limited area in this region and is considered in danger of extinction. As a conservation project, the mission is the protection of the wildlife and the education of the public to better appreciate these natural resources we depend upon for our survival. The guided tours are in English or Spanish.

This one-hour tour is available from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm daily, leaving every hour. There is also an evening tour at 5:30 pm with advance reservation.

(We recommend sunscreen, hiking shoes or sandals, long pants, insect repellent, binoculars & camera)

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