Rancho La Merced National Wildlife Refuge has a series of trails to walk through primary and secondary forests, and plains; giving you the opportunity to observe the protected flora and fauna.
Come and experience how insects, birds, mammals and reptiles behave in their natural habitats; and observe the great variety of tropical plants. Some of the trails are on the hills of the reserve and the Morete River basin. Because of the vast open space and forest, this is an excellent occasion to admire wildlife. The hike covers areas where the howler monkeys are always listened in the morning.
Nocturnal walk: Nightlife in the jungle! Here, you will observe the other side of the rainforest, searching for creatures that are not seen during the day. Minimum: 2 people. Time: 6 p.m.
Self-guided walk: enjoy our trails as you please. Time: any time during the day, from 7:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.