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Day 5

As the sun rises on another day in paradise, continue your exploration of the region with a hike through the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. Monteverde harbors over 2,500 species of plants, nearly 500 of which are orchids, 400 species of birds, including 40 hummingbird species, more than 1,000 amphibians and reptiles, ten s of thousands of insect species as well as more than 100 species of mammals including deer, coatis, sloth, tap, howler and capuchin monkeys as well as all five big cats native to Costa Rica; a nature lover's dream. Naturalist guides in the region are world-renowned for their ability to locate, identify, and educate visitors on a variety of flora and fauna found in these enchanted forests.  

After lunch, experience spectacular views of the pacific coast while riding the country's longest canopy zip line, stroll through hummingbird and orchid gardens, or enjoy a horseback riding tour of the surrounding landscape. Depart in the late afternoon for Manuel Antonio, arriving in time for dinner alongside the Pacific Ocean. 

Overnight: Manuel Antonio

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