Rural Ecological Farm

A Natural Eden, Owned By A Local Costarican Family

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Rural Ecological Farm

A Natural Eden, Owned By A Local Costarican Family

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6:00 AM

Departure Time

1/2 day


Its 40 Hectares Have Been Heritage Of A Rural Family For Over Half A Century

This very special piece of land is geographically privileged. Bordering the Eternal Forest of Children (Bosque Eterno de los Niños) and the Monteverde Private Reserve, places it directly shares natural interaction with.


Representing their greatest treasure, its 40 hectares have been heritage of a rural family for over half a century. Recently opened to a select public, the farm presents one of the best options for bird watching. Because of its unique characteristics, it is a very valuable complement for those who have visited the most popular natural attractions in Monteverde.

A Natural Eden, Owned By A Local Costarican Family

Primary forest, open areas, gardens and single trails complement each other harmoniously with the option of cooling off in a pure water river in it’s untouched natural state. Restaurant service to your disposition and of course the best local naturalist guide in the area will ensure you make the most out of the surrounding environment.

What to bring

  • Hiking shoes
  • Repellent
  • Sunblock
  • Comfortable clothing including long pants, hat, camera, binoculars, raincoat
  • Optional: swimsuit, CR bird book


Not included in price. Please indicate in advance if required.

Duration of transportation will depend on your place of accommodation. Times can variate drastically.

who is this for?

Recommended for ages 10+

Important Information

This is a private experience, meaning your guide will give you full attention plus you won’t have to share the day with strangers.

To make the best out of the activity your guide will pick you up at your hotel or residence at 6:00 AM and travel with you to the ecological farm. Forget about directions or small concerns and start the experience stress free from the moment you leave your place of accommodation.


The first hours of the morning are used for bird watching, wildlife encounters and interpretation of the forest as you hike along the gardens through the paths inside the farm. After a good walk there is a relaxing break to enjoy a delicious typical breakfast.


Once breakfast is over, decide whether to focus on on the animal encounters visiting other areas of the farm or to cool off in the river before your return. Your guide will have you back at your accommodation doorstep for lunch time.

What are you waiting for?