Know the beauty of nature with our hiking tour!
Hike through the amazing world of the trees, variety of plants, humming birds among others and several beautiful insects. The tropical warmth provides this land with unlimited growth, which is home for an incredible variety of species.
The Central Pacific beaches and nature are, unquestionably, the reason for the region’s recent awakening. Starting at Quepos and going south you can find Espadilla Manuel Antonio, Del Rey, Savegre, Portalón, Matapalo, Guápil, Linda, Barú, Hatillo and Dominical.
The original and authentic eco/educational cycling tour, was designed to take the visitor to Quepos/Manuel Antonio away from the tourist areas and show them the Costa Rica they want to see – ‘the real Costa Rica’ and to learn about the Costa Rican culture enjoying the beautiful countryside to Portalón.
Enjoy an outdoor yoga class, or a massage to the sound of natural waterfalls.
Portasol Living lets you settle in the rhythms of the earth and experience peace. It’s time to reconnect, time to rediscover harmony, time to explore, and time to live.
The Central Pacific region, where Portasol is located, includes a chain of villages parallel to the coast. Quepos and Dominical are considered to be important tourist centers, offering a wide variety of services and attractions.
The variety and quality of restaurants is surprising.
Visitors can find a world of flavors, textures and aromas from Mexican to French food, without leaving behind Costa Rican, Thai, Argentinean, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese.
Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio National Park, on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast. It’s renowned for its vast diversity of tropical plants and wildlife, from three-toed sloths and endangered white-faced capuchin monkeys to hundreds of bird species.
Carara National Park
Carara National Park is a national park in the Central Pacific Conservation Area. The park protects the river basin of the River Tárcoles, near Orotina and includes one of the largest remaining populations of wild scarlet macaws in the country
Marino Ballena National Park
Marino Ballena National Park is one of the most unique reserves in Costa Rica. Located just offshore along the Central Pacific coast in South Puntarenas, the Ballena National Marine Park protects more than 13,000 acres of ocean and 9 miles of coastline.
Corcovado National Park
Corcovado National Park located in the Osa peninsula, in the southwest corner of the country is an undeniably beautiful place, it has been called “The most biologically intense place on Earth” by National Geographic.