Visit the Sky Walk in the Forest, consisting of trails and three cable bridges, to see birds and animals living in the treetops. More than 120 species of birds have been identified here, as well as kinkajou, agoutis and coatis. The 1½ hour walk downhill is moderate-to-strenuous and affords breathtaking views of the coastline. Trails may be muddy sometimes as it rains frequently. Having experienced the thrill of the bridges and trails, fresh fruit and water will replenish some of the energy left behind in the forest. Make the most of some free time to browse for a gift or two at a shopping village located within the premises. A 45-minute drive on a straight and flat road brings you back to the pier. Time and weather permitting, you’ll stop briefly to observe some of the world's largest crocodiles from a nearby bridge at the Tarcoles River.
Minimum age is 8 years. Bring binoculars; wear light clothing and hiking shoes. Not suitable for wheelchairs. Wildlife sightings are likely but are not guaranteed.