About - Barvi Tours - Costa Rica

It is a family business that begin the tourism business. Our goal is to offer tourists the best option to enjoy your stay in our country. What we offer? We offer our customers our friendship, security, comfort and the best prices.

Carrillo Beach

Our tours are designed for all kinds of people and preferences, we adrenaline charged as relaxation and rest for those who prefer it activities. It is important to know that in every tourist destination has the possibility of doing activities that are of interest. While it is true because of our geographic location and our tropical climate, Costa Rica has the blessing of having a great diversity of wildlife however it is important that the tourist note that the viewing is not 100 % guaranteed, this depends on factors such as the weather or the season either rainy or dry. The animals are in their natural habitat and constantly moving from one place to another in search of water or food, so if we can ensure that our staff will do the best to make tourists feel happy in the happiest country in the world.

Venture out to meet us the reason for the happiness of Costa Ricans people.


Zipline – ATV - Horseback Riding - Hiking in the rainforest or cloud forest – Birdwatching – Parasailing – Kayak – Rafting – Flyboard - Banana Boat – Cable Car - Surf Lessons - Sport Fishing and more…

An adrenaline-packed from start to finish

started the day interacting with friendly capuchin monkeys, then we will go to the famous Rio Tárcoles where we take a boat to live one of the most impressive experiences of your life with our crocodile show...

"7 Wonders of Costa Rica"

Monteverde is a small village belonging to the province of Puntarenas, located 3 hours from San José bases its economy on tourism taking advantage of its natural beauty and the well known Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve.

Sarchí has more than 200 shops and small factories

Perhaps the best known article made in Sarchí is our famous and traditional wagon, used for many years to transport coffee from farms in the Midwest to the port of Puntarenas, declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site on 24 November 2005.