Marineland Dolphin Adventure, the world's first oceanarium, invites you to join us in creating lasting memories at our 1.3 million gallon series of dolphin habitats. Choose from a variety of interactive programs, which range from those for land-loving guests to enjoy dolphins up-close, to those that offer the opportunity to immerse yourself in the dolphins' aquatic world as you swim with our gentle residents. Experience these amazing animals for yourself. General admission guests are able to view the dolphins through 6 x 10 ft acrylic windows as they swim, play and interact with guests in programs alongside the pristine Atlantic coastline. Book your program reservations in advance to ensure your own thrilling dolphin encounter!
Reservations for general admission to our facility are not necessary. For just $14.95 for guests aged 13 and up, $9.95 for children, and $13.95 for seniors (age 60 and up), you may visit our facility and observe the dolphins as they swim, play, and interact with guests in programs. We are open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Please call in advance to verify in case of inclement weather or unexpected circumstances.)
General Admission: $14.95 for adults ages 13 and up, $9.95 for children, $13.95 for seniors (60+)
The Florida Agricultural Museum is seeking a dynamic, hard-working individual with strong leadership skills to manage and grow the State of Florida’s officially-designated living museum of agricultural history. Applicants for this position must be well-organized, innovative, and efficient and have a passion for showcasing Florida’s rich agricultural history. The Executive Director position is a highly responsible position that reports to a non-profit Board of Trustees appointed by the Commissioner of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, operating under Sections 570.691-570.692, Florida Statutes as a direct-support organization. The Executive Director serves as the chief operating officer of the Florida Agricultural Museum, working under the direction of the Board of Trustees to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Museum, including fundraising and financial management, employee/volunteer recruitment and management, and physical growth and strategic planning for the Museum.
La Fortuna Waterfall is located at a short distance from the hotels and you can get there combining a short car ride and a hike or taking a horse ride. It is a little bit challenging so it is better if you have a good physical condition to take this tour. Once you get to this 200 feet waterfall, you can enjoy of a refreshing swim or simply relax and have a picnic around.
The best way to get to Corcovado is taking an internal flight of 50 minutes from San José to the Puerto Jimenez airstrip, and from there, a boat ride that will take you directly to the park or the hotels nearby the park. A road trip from Juan Santamaría International Airport for example will take you more than 8 hours.
Recommended for: Wildlife and nature encounters This is maybe one of our favorite recommendations, but we know that it is a really special destination so it is important that you are sure you want a real encounter with nature and wildlife before you decide to visit Corcovado. Corcovado National Park was named by National Geographic as “the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity" and that means that you will be immersed in one of the most amazing forests of the world. Here, of course, there are no roads. You have to take a boat to reach the small lodges and to the park and you will have no access to Wi-Fi or telephone signals. Corcovado is the perfect place to disconnect completely from the noise of the city.