Nocturnal Wildlife Rainforest Tour Information

DISCOVER THE DIVERSE AND RARELY SEEN NOCTURNAL JUNGLE on OSA INTERACTIVE GARDENS NOCTURNAL WILDLIFE NIGHT TOUR! Come search for some of the most remarkable – and misunderstood – creatures on the planet.
Join us on a 2 hour night tour for $25/person (kids 8 and under are FREE) with experienced guides. Be prepared to be amazed by what you can find! There is a good chance to see caimans, frogs, spiders, bats, and more.

Trails are generally flat and easy, but can get slippery, so close-toed shoes are recommended and
rubber boots are available at Osa Interactive Gardens in muddy conditions. Bring your own flashlight or borrow one of ours. Tour will go out in light rain, but not thunderstorm or heavy rain. Rain-gear is recommended as conditions in the rainforest can change quickly.

Tour time 5:30 PM-7:30 PM. Call or email for reservations.
Tel: +506-8836-4114 or +506-8727-0523

Sample Tour Itinerary:
5:30 PM The tour director will meet you and give a brief introduction at the entrance of Osa Interactive Gardens, located only a short walk from central Puerto Jimenez. OR FREE transportation to Osa Interactive from locations in Puerto Jimenez for groups of 4 or less.
5:45 PM Wildlife search by the river, Quebrada Ignacio, where caimans are common and bats call the great Kapok tree home.
6:15 PM Enter Osa Interactive Gardens to visit ponds in search of the iconic Red-eyed Tree Frog and other amphibians, reptiles, and insects.
6:45 PM Walk the Jungle Trail to look and listen for OWLs, (Often Spectacled Owl or the Black-and-white Owl), and check the heliconia leaves for Tent-making Bats, while on the look out for other mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
7:30 PM Cross back over the Kapok Bridge and bid your guide a good night. If you are happy with the service, tips are welcome. FREE transportation back to your hotel or central Puerto Jimenez for groups of 4 or less.


$25/person includes:
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Entrance fees
Professional guide
Pickup and drop-off from designated meeting points (for groups of 4 or less)
Walking tour
Additional Recommendations:
Comfortable clothes
Hiking/rubber boots (we have boots to borrow)
Rain-gear (Especially Sept.-Nov.)
Tips Appreciated
A truly unique experience awaits. Our guides will safely lead you in pursuit of otherwise illusive wildlife species.