Splash through class two, three, and four rapids of the tropical Belizean rivers! On an air kayak, you will carve your way through the cascading falls and breath-taking scenery, including parrots, parakeets, flycatchers, cormorants, herons, ducks, iguanas and kingfishers – not to mention a vast array of bromeliads (air plants), orchids, epiphytic cactuses and more.
Then trek to Guanacaste National Park, a fifty-acre parcel of tropical forest located on the north side of the Western Highway, just east of the Roaring Creek bridge.
The Park derives its name from the giant guanacaste or tubroos tree growing near the southwestern edge. This colossal old tree can reach a total height of over 130 feet, 30 to 40 feet of which is straight trunk that may have a diameter in excess of six feet. Rich in nutrition, they shelter a large population of epiphytes, or airplants, among its branches, including several species of orchids, bromeliads, ferns and cacti. And to view it in person is overwhelming.
*Includes: Round trip by boat, full guided tour, entrance fees, tax, and lunch. Departs at 7:00am and returns at 5:30pm. Additional US $25.00 per person for travel by plane.
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