Fundación Reserva Biológica Dúrika

Protecting for the future generations

Tourism: Activities

The Dúrika Biological Reserve offers a variety of activities and a number of trails that pass through different types of forests. A resident guide with varied knowledge including birds and nature will accompany you on the walks and offer information about ecology in the area.

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ActivityDuration SeasonRecommendations
Walk 1 - Visit to the projects developed around the community2 hoursPermanent Image description








For anyone interested
Walk 2 - Visit to a primary forestImage description



2 hours
PermanentFor anyone interested
Walk 3 - Visit to the waterfall and the hydroelectrical system2.5 hours Image description





Permanent
Comfortable clothing and bathing suit
Walk 4 - Visit to the banana plantation and the water intakeImage description



2 hours
PermanentFor anyone interested
Walk 5 - Visit to the oak forest2.5 hoursImage description



Permanent
Good physical condition
Walk 6 - Visit to a secondary forest2 hoursPermanentFor anyone interested
Walk 7 - Mountain trails2.5 - 4 hoursPermanent Image description









Good physical condition
Walk 8 - Continental Divide on the Arbolado MountainSeveral walks with lenghts between 2 and 4 hours, entre 2 y 4 hours,over 2 daysImage description



Permanent
Good physical condition
Walk 9 - To Dúrika MountainImage description




5 days
November to February Excellent physical condition
Yoga, relaxation exercises1 hourImage description



Permanent
For anyone interested
Visit to an indigenous reserve Image description



1 day
PermanentThe details of this activity depend on the indigenous reserve to visit
Multimedia lectures on various subjects: biodiversity, organic farming, medicinal plants, making cheese, soaps and many other topics.1.5 hoursPermanentFor anyone interested