Explore The Forest At Night in Search for Noctural Animals at Ficus Trails Night Tour
- Adults 12+ years old
- Children 5-11 years old
- Nacionales Cualquier edad
Ficus Trails Night Tour Overview
Ficus Trails Night Tour is a light 2-hour walk in search of the creatures of the night, recommended to anyone who wants to see a few mammals, sleeping birds, and a wide variety of insects.
Animals in Monteverde Costa Rica are more active and prominent during the nighttime when they come out in search of food and shelter, so you will have a lot more chances to see them on a night tour.
Ficus Trails Night Tour takes place on a farm with some forest around it including amazing ficus trees where you can see some wildlife. Most of the wildlife that will be seen will be in the form of insects.
You will join a group of four to eight people, with a local tour guide who will give you an introduction and flashlights before starting the walk on Ficus Trails. Spots are limited, so you need to book in advance.
Restrictions: Ficus Trails Night Tour is not wheelchair accessible, and it is not suitable for kids under the age of 5.
Ficus Trails Night Tour Prices
Ficus Trails Night Tour is $22 for residents (all ages), $18 for foreign kids (5-11 years old), and $30 for foreign adults (12 and up). These rates include transportation, but they do not include taxes.
Note For Solo Travelers: We need at least two customers to operate this tour. If you are a solo traveler and there is no one else on tour, we will need to charge your card the equivalent of 2 people.
Ficus Trails Night Tour Meeting Point
Ficus Trails Night Tour takes place at Ficus Trails, a short 2-minute drive from Santa Elena, Monteverde. Even though transportation is included, the recommendation is to drive to the park directly whenever possible. Driving to the park can save you up to 60 minutes since the shuttles have to stop many times at multiple locations to pick up or drop off travelers.
About Ficus Trails
Ficus Trails is a small farm with a combination of primary and secondary forest, open areas, and fruit trees that attract some local wildlife, especially insects.