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Fred and Skippy, aged 80 and 75 years, stand at the base of Abraham, just prior to ascending 110 feet to the canopy platform.

Fred and Skippy, aged 80 and 75 years, stand at the base of Abraham, just prior to ascending 110 feet to the canopy platform.

Our friends Fred and Skippy Dinkler put themselves in our hands.

Fred is 80, Skippy 75. We at Serendipity wish all of our guests would decide to enjoy life as much as Fred and Skippy. We hope everyone who contacts Serendipity about senior travel have the open-mindedness to try new adventures, because we will make it happen.

Fred was lowered by the mechanical winch, but Skippy decided to rappel down.

Fred was lowered by the mechanical winch, but Skippy decided to rappel down.

We speak with many people who doubt they have the strength or stamina to join a Serendipity adventure.

Thankfully, Fred and Skippy trusted us.

Yes, they went to the cloud forest, bathed in hot springs, floated on Nature Rivers. But hey also rode horseback. And saw things they could never have seen from ground level), ascended (then descended) our naturalist platform, and then, because we promised the water would be warm, they shot the rapids with Serendipity — their first ever white water experience.

It's a long way down from the platform in Abraham, but a backup belay ensures that you will never go too fast.

It’s a long way down from the platform in Abraham, but a backup belay ensures that you will never go too fast.

Now their grandchildren have to listen to all the stories of Their 50th Wedding Anniversary in Costa Rica.

So, when you ask us How hard is it? We send you to this page about senior travel.

Fred and Skippy decided to brave the rapids in duckies. Each of them had their own boat shared with an expert river guide so they could shoot the rapids with confidence.

Fred and Skippy decided to brave the rapids in duckies. Each of them had their own boat shared with an expert river guide so they could shoot the rapids with confidence.

And when you talk about your group made up of three or four generations, we always ask — would the Senior part of your trip be open to new challenges?

You’d be surprised at how many of the children and grandchildren would say “No”, and how many of the grandparents say “Certainly!”

The first step to enjoying a Serendipity adventure is to contact us.