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The jungle truly comes alive at night, and on this magical 2 hour hike led by a professional guide, you will see and hear nocturnal animals that stay hidden during the day – an experience you won’t get anywhere else. You won’t have to go far before you come across frogs, snakes, opossums and more. The sights and sounds of the jungle at night will surely be something you’ll never forget!


Due to the evolution of COVID19 pandemic, night tours in La Ceiba are suspended until further notice


Monday - Saturday (La Ceiba is closed on Sunday)


$75 per person (Minimum two people)
$10 per child under the age of 10


Tours are offered in English and Spanish.


For tours at La Ceiba Natural Reserve, we recommend wearing long trousers, socks and closed shoes. Bring insect repellent and water.


Tours begin at 6:30pm, followed by a 2-hour hike. Please wear long pants. Gumboots and flashlights are provided. Transportation to or from La Ceiba is not included. Dinner is not included but a complimentary light snack is offered at the end of the tour.

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La Ceiba Night Tour

FAQs List
La Ceiba is a primary rainforest reserve of 49 hectares inside Gandoca Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge. It serves as the release site for the Jaguar Rescue Center.
NO. La Ceiba is 4.5 km from the Jaguar Rescue Center. You can travel between the two sites by car in 10-15 minutes. The main road and the the beach are only 2 kms away.
La Ceiba GPS coordinates are
9.621579, -82.700135
When you arrive at the entrance of La Ceiba, you will find an intercom. Please ring the bell and wait patiently to be attended by someone. We do not have a reception situated close to the entrance. Often we are our working in the jungle with animals and it takes us some time to get back to you. Be patient and you can ring the bell several times to ensure we hear you! Do not enter alone.
Tours can be booked online or directly at the Jaguar Rescue Center during the office hours of 9am to 2pm, Monday to Saturday.
This depends every night, as we will be walking around our primary rainforest reserve. Depending on weather, breeding patterns and amount of prey available, we will be looking for reptiles, amphibians, nocturnal birds and mammals.
We always recommend closed-toed shoes, long trousers and some bug repellent. Mosquitos are not very bad here unless we get lots of rain.
NO. There is a 10-15 minute walk from where you park your car in the garage up to your house, walking though primary rainforest on a well lit, cemented path.
We 100% recommend a backpack. It is much more practical for the walk in. However if you are arriving with a lot of baggage or a large suitcase, let us know in advance and we will make sure we have people to help you to your house.
The houses are equipped with a fridge-freezer, microwave, oven and hobs, coffee maker, blender, mineral water, pots and pans, utensils to cook and eat with and towels and sheets.
We do have a rancho area where we can provide food upon reservation. You have to reserve directly with the Jaguar Rescue Center at least 24h in advance. This is not a restaurant that is open all the time.

Would you like to help us more?

We are always in need of Meyenberg powdered goats milk. This product cannot be found in Costa Rica and it is nearly impossible to send to us. If you have a little extra space in your suitcase, the animals always appreciate your kind gesture! Also, you can visit our amazon checklist and find out about more products we currently need.

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