Tree of Life Rescue Center & Cahuita Village Tour

A wildlife rescue center and botanical garden located in Playa Grande, Cahuita.  Animals come to them under various circumstances, many front the illegal pet trade.  Their mission is to nurse back to health all the animals in their care and release those that can survive in the wild.  For those that can’t or are healing they provide the most natural home possible. Tree of Life also has a turtle and iguana breeding program and all are introduced to their natural habitat.

There are 10 acres of Botanical Garden to explore.  Walk along the well maintained paths and see tropical flowers, fruit trees and plants.

You will be given a tour of the town and enjoy a drink or snack in a local eatery.

After visiting the animals its off to the Cahuita National Park where you are free to walk the trail and spot animals in their natural habitats or lie on the beach under the shade of an almond tree and swim in the ocean.

Open seasonally:  November 1-April 15, July 1-August 31, Tuesday-Sunday, Closed                                                        Mondays.

Price:                         $89 per person (4 person minimum, group discounts for 8 or more)

Itinerary

flexible schedule depending on your cruise ship's arrival.

8:00 am                   Pick up in Puerto Limon

9:00 am                   Visit to the Tree of Life Wild Life Rescue Center

11:00 am                 Cahuita beach village historical walk

1:00 pm                    Lunch & time off to spend at the beach and/or in the Cahuita National                                            Park

4:00 pm                    Drop off in Puerto Limon

Includes:                 Full private transportation, English speaking guide and driver, water,                                              lunch, entrance fees

What to bring:      Mosquito repellent, sun block, sun glasses, passport, and money for                                                souvenirs

Languages:            Spanish, English, French & German

For more information please contact nona@cahuitainfo.com

 

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