​The Moroccan

Dream

​ Giddens Castle,

Costa Rica ​


Time for a little adventure

The Moroccan Dream, is located in Ojochal a village at the southern end of Costa Ballena in the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica. The perfect jumping off point for just about any adventure you can envision.  With the famous Ballena National Park in the front and dramatic mountains to the back, the typography abounds with opportunity.  Many sites can be reached on a day trip including exploring the Indian tribe of Boruca, experiencing the biodiversity of Corcovado National Park, hiking along the continental divide or being dazzled by the Wilson Botanical Gardens.  Closer to home, you can swim in waterfalls, picknick on beautiful beaches, horseback ride on the beach, ATV's, kayak or simply lay by the pool.

And here is a few more…


Whale and Dolphin Watching

Whale watching, dolphin encounters, snorkeling and a visit to 
natural water caves! During the Watching & Dolphin Encounter 
Combo Tour search for humpback whales, listen to their love songs 
and feel the great sensation of watching a mammal that weighs 
more than 40 tons jump out of the water and splash its gigantic tail.
Snorkel and observe dolphins, turtles, bi-color parrot fish and more!


Cano Island Snorkeling Excursion

Explore gorgeous coral reefs and virgin blue waters at Cano Island Full Day Boat Tour. With turquoise blue waters and colorful coral reefs, Cano Island, located near the Osa Peninsula is one of the best Costa Rican snorkeling and scuba diving destinations. Join this magical boat tour and explore with detail the mysteries of 
the underwater world and Cano Island archeological wonders.
Lunch is provided on a pristine beach.


It's time to surf!

Costa Rica is known worldwide for its beautiful beaches, perfect for surfing. It is a fun sport to learn.  Already a surfer?  Time to enhance your skills.  There are lessons available for all skill levels.
These lessons provide one-on-one private training, sure to maximize your experience. On the introductory surf lesson you will learn the basics of surfing such as standing, paddling, turning, tides as well as ocean awareness and surf ethics.

Hiking Corcovado National Park 


Hike lush rainforests, howl with howler monkeys, relax with a sloth, sing with birds, and investigate millions of insects during your tour of Corcovado National Park in the Osa Peninsula Corcovado National Park which is famous for holding 3% of the biodiversity on this side of the planet.
This is no zoo!

White Water Rafting

The thrill of white water rafting is the quintessential Costa Rica experience. Close to Castillo are Rios Naranjo, Savegre and the almighty Terraba. 
So get your game face on.

Zip Lining at Osa Mountain

There are 11 cables, 15 platforms, 2 repelling stations, and an amazing "tarzan" swing for the truly adventurous!
Experience the thrill of a lifetime taking the Osa Canopy Tour at Osa Mountain Village. If you have always wanted to take a tour of the Costa Rican jungle, the zipline tour offered by the Osa Canopy Tour gives you a breathtaking bird's eye view of the spectacular southern zone. It is a tour you simply cannot find anywhere else. We are fully insured, professionally staffed, and prepared to give you an education and a ride of a lifetime!

Sportfishing

Costa Rica is known for being one of the most popular destinations for sport fishing worldwide.  You sport fishing experience will be customized to your specific desires.  You will leave from and arrive back at the newly completed Marina Pez Vela, a world class marina.  Your vessel will be equipped with all the necessary equipment for an incredible day of fishing including a fighting chair.  Lunch, drinks and snacks will be provided.

Nauyaka Falls

The morning begins with a horseback ride to breakfast.  Once complete, you ride further and arrive at the infamous Nauyaka Falls.  You can swim in the pools, climb the falls or hike around them.  After some time, you mount the horses and ride back toward the entrance for lunch. A quintessential Costa Rica experience.

Sea Kayaking

If you are up for a memorable challenge, you will get the opportunity when you kayak on the turquoise waters around Playa Ventanas.  You will check out the amazing caves and arch formations that appear along the lush, mountainous coastline of Ventanas Beach.  This tour is for people who want high-adrenaline and are not afraid to get a good workout to see something spectacular.  

Mangrove Kayaking

Immerse yourself into a captivating forest of mangrove trees, hidden estuaries, exotic birds and other animals. You will get the opportunity to paddle down every hidden path in search of herons, hawks, osprey, sloths, monkeys, lizards, raccoons, crabs and others.  This tour is relaxing, educational and quiet, allowing you to really see what life is like inside this amazing ecosystem.  
 
ATV Tours

There is no more exciting way to explore the Costa Rica’s jungle than on a 4X4 ATV.  Roundtripping out of Uvita is perfect for this tour.  Uvita is chosen for many reasons, most notably are the unspoiled jungles and beaches of the Southern Zone of Costa Rica. The diversity of landscape ranges from pristine beaches to mountain trails just minutes apart. Uvita ranges in altitude from sea level to a quick ride up to 3000 feet where the air is cool and crisp.  You will experience a very scenic, easy paced tour that takes us over the mountains and into some deep jungle providing us with many spectacular ocean & valley views. We pass through several streams, coffee & banana plantations and frequently see monkeys, toucans and other exotic wildlife.  We continue on through the small village of Morete and pass through several farms on our way to the San Luis waterfall. This waterfall is so tall that often the top cannot be seen as it is in the clouds. 

Canyoning

Experience an adventure of a lifetime in one of Mother Nature’s tropical waterfall fun parks. Canyoning will give you a unique waterfall rappelling experience that you will never forget.  Canyoning, also known as canyoneering in North America, is a vertical sport that involves descending a series of waterfalls using techniques like rappelling, jumping, sliding, and boulder scrambling. This canyon involves mostly rappelling. There are 6 waterfalls varying in heights that are in succession from smallest to biggest. This allows the guest to become comfortable with rappelling before descending Iguana Falls, our last and most adrenaline pumping waterfall.