Celeste Waterfall & Sloth Search: This beautiful, hidden gem is located down a short, steep trail, whose cascading waters you'll be able to hear from the parking lot. The falls drop into a tranquil pond with a white sandy beach that’s perfect for swimming and sunbathing. Go "backstage" and relax on the rocks behind the waterfall curtain. Next, you'll visit “Los Teñideros,” where two streams of crystalline water merge into one; the mix between the minerals of the river and the minerals from the volcano create the famous celestial blue hue that gives the river its name. Then it is on to Bijuagua where sloths abound. Your guide will take you to one of many areas known seeing sloths in their natural habitat. Rincon de la Vieja National Park: Enjoy a nature lover’s paradise, where you will view fascinating volcanic attractions like fumaroles, bubbling mud pots and boiling hot springs at the foothills of the active Rincón De La Vieja Volcano. Experience this wonderful scenery with tropical flowers, stunning trees and crystal clear streams while you hike for 2 hours through exciting trails looking at some of the most stunning geology in Costa Rica. Palo Verde National Park: Is the perfect place for those who want to enjoy the diversity of Costa Rica’s wildlife. Guests take a jungle riverboat ride along the Tempisque River, where they can see white-faced capuchin monkeys, howler monkeys, crocodiles, iguanas, birds and many of the beautiful species of flora that Palo Verde Park has to offer. The white-faced capuchin monkeys are very curious and sometimes they get inside the boat for a closer encounter! After two hours on this “jungle cruise," guests can enjoy a delicious Costa Rican lunch.