Crocodile Bay Resort offers guest over 30 exciting Costa Rica Ecotours. Tours include kayaking, zip lining, snorkeling, surfing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, sport fishing, kayak fishing, paddle boarding, birding, and more.

Fishing Report – Crocodile Bay Resort, Costa Rica October 23rd, 2014

Crocodile Bay will soon open it's doors for the 16th season…

The Sierpe River Tour

The Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica is well known for its biodiversity due to its numerous types of ecosystems.

The Sloth Tour

Would you like to see the most popular mammal in Costa Rica up close and personal? Then this is the right tour for you.

Horseback Riding

Explore the varied landscapes of the Osa Peninsula and see the wildlife from the peacefulness and majesty of a horse.

Surfing on the Osa Peninsula

Costa Rica is known not only for its amazing wildlife, but also for its scenic beaches and great surf.

Osa Wildlife Sanctuary by Boat

Bordering a national park along the same wild stretch of coastline as the botanical gardens tour is the Osa Wildlife Sanctuary.

Jungle Night Walk

Hunt or be hunted is the nighttime order of the rainforest, when many animals are active. In this tour, we observe “survival of the fittest.”

Bird Watching

The wealth of Costa Rica’s avifauna, in itself, warrants a trip to our resort. With 854 species of birds in an area the size of...

Reptile and Amphibian Tour

This tour was established for those who have a special interest in Reptiles and Amphibians, and want to learn more about them.

The Chocolate Farm

The chocolate tour is one of our most popular eco-tours. The highlight is the chocolate tasting at the end of the tour.

Visit the Crocodiles and Caimans

To come to this eco-resort and not see why it is called Crocodile Bay would be to miss a chance at a great story!

Playa Preciosa – “Precious Beach”

It is a short drive to this secluded, unspoiled beach perfect for bodysurfing, swimming and kicking back.

Golfo Dulce Excursion by Boat

A leisure trip to enjoy the wind in your face while viewing the scenery and marine life, including whales, turtles, and dolphins.