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Exploring Costa Rica

14 days- 13 nights
Small Group Tour

Explore the Incredible natural canals of Tortuguero along with the ancient lava flows of the Arenal Volcano mixed with white sand paradisiacal beaches in an amazing 14- day tour to Costa Rica and enjoy the best Zipline Adventure and Cloud Forest Treetop Tour.

 

Visited Locations
  • San José
  • Volcano Poas
  • Punta  Arena
  • Turtle Island
  • Monteverde National Park
  • Selvatura Park
  • Tenorio Volcano National Park
  • Guanacaste
  • Manuel Antonio
Included
  • Met and assisted by our Representative at the included airports upon arrival and departure
  • Ground land transfers between destinations
  • Accommodation for 3 nights in San Jose
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Manuel Antonio
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Punta Arenas
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Monteverde
  • Accommodation for 5 nights in Guanacaste
  • All sightseeing tours included in the itinerary.
  • Meals according to the itinerary
  • Tours (regular or private according to the itinerary)
  • Guides in language to be agreed upon with the customers
  • Value Added Tax
Excluded
  • International & Domestic flights.
  • Entry visa to Costa Rica
  • Airport Taxes
  • Optional tours and activities
  • National Parks Entries
  • Drinks, customary tipping, and personal expenses

Itinerary

  1. 1
    DAY 8: MONTEVERDE – PN TENORIO – GUANACASTE (323 km- 5 hs 41 min)

    In the morning, early departure to the Tenorio Volcano National Park, established in 1997 to protect the extensions of primary and dry tropical forest. Trails are still being created within the park, and it is considered one of the new destinations ahead for nature and adventure lovers. Those of us who are ready for a moderately challenging 6 km hike will start at Rio Celeste, notable for its striking turquoise blue color. As we hike the trail, we'll keep an eye out for monkeys, sloths, tropical birds, and other wildlife, while enjoying views of hot springs and a lagoon. The winding path follows the banks of the river, taking us upstream as the vivid blue color of the water deepens until it reaches a photogenic waterfall. Later, we continue along the route to the Guanacaste peninsula where we will stay the rest of the
    days.
    Overnight in Guanacaste.

  2. 2
    DAY 4: MANUEL ANTONIO – PUNTA ARENAS (145 km – 02hs 27)

    Morning to enjoy the park. Manuel Antonio National Park is home to three beautiful beaches, informal forest trails, and a dense rainforest that blends with animal life. In 2011, it was named by Forbes as one of the most beautiful parks in the world. Abundant with wildlife, Capuchin, Howler, and Squirrel Monkeys are some of the most social creatures in the park. In the afternoon, head towards Punta Arenas.
    Overnight in Punta Arenas

  3. 3
    DAY 13: GUANACASTE – SAN JOSE (257 km – 4 hs 12 min)

    Return to the city of San Jose.
    Overnight in San Jose

  4. 4
    DAY 3: SAN JOSE – MANUEL ANTONIO (171 km–02 hs 54 min)

    After breakfast, we will go to the Pacific coast and then south towards Manuel Antonio National Park. In the afternoon and based on arrival time, visit (optional) to the park.
    Overnight in Manuel Antonio

  5. 5
    DAY 9, 10, 11 y 12: PLAYAS DE GUANCASTE

    Free days to enjoy the beaches. Guanacaste is famous for its spectacular beaches on the Pacific coast that are more than 125 miles long. Playa Conchal in the nature reserve, Playa Tamarindo one of the best known, Playa Danta in Las Catalinas, Playa Flamingo to watch the sunset are some of the many options that the peninsula offers.
    Overnights in Guanacaste.

  6. 6
    DAY 14: Final Departure

    Flight back to the place of origin.End of servcies 

  7. 7
    DAY 1: Arrival to SAN JOSÉ

    Arrival in the city of San José. Transfer from the airport to your hotel. Rest of the day free to
    explore the city.
    Overnight in San Jose

  8. 8
    DAY 5: PUNTA ARENAS – EXCURSION TO ISLA TORTUGA

    You will take a full day excursion to Turtle Island, one of several islands on the Nicoya Peninsula, which has white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and incredible views. On the island, visitors can rent kayaks, jet skis, pedal boats, snorkeling gear, paddle surf boards, and other activities. Return at sunset.
    Overnight in Punta Arenas

  9. 9
    DAY 6: PUNTA ARENAS-MONTEVERDE (61 km-1 hs 20 min)

    We will go by road to Monteverde. The last stretch of the road is where the adventure begins: we follow a dirt road full of volcanic rocks, ending through the hills to the cloud forest at 1,400m above sea level. We can expect it to be dusty in the dry season and muddy in the humidity. We will stay in a lodge near the town of Santa Elena,
    which is the visitor center to the Monteverde National Park and enlivened by some craft shops and restaurants.
    Overnight in Monteverde

  10. 10
    DAY 7: MONTEVERDE

    In the morning we will visit Selvatura Park, a conservation area that offers a number of exciting activities, including zip lines. We will take a walk on their trail system that includes seven suspension bridges that cross the deep canyons at treetop level. In the afternoon we have a guided walk in the Monteverde Cloudforest Reserve, home to more than 100 species of mammals, 400 of birds and 1,500 of plants. We follow well-marked trails, amid dense, fog-shrouded, dripping foliage - hopefully we will meet the iconic bird, the brilliantly feathered
    resplendent quetzal (January - July). Other striking species include the emerald toucan and we should also be able to spot white-faced and howler monkeys. The reserve encompasses a protected area with six different life zones: so many habitats in such a small area allow us to enjoy a rich diversity of flora and fauna within walking
    distance and within walking distance.
    Optional: Night tour of the park.
    Overnight in Monteverde

  11. 11
    DAY 2: SAN JOSE – VOLCAN POAS

    Today we will visit the Poás Volcano National Park. This volcano is considered one of the top ten in Costa Rica. Not only does it havevone of the largest craters in the world, but it is found in thevmountainous forests of the the Central Volcanic Range, for which it has magnificent natural landscapes. It has two lagoons in its craters,
    which are accessed by trekking.
    Overnight in San Jose

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Hotels

Prices

Price Per Persone
  • 1348 USD Price Per Persone in Triple Room
  • 1653 USD Price Per Persone in Double Room
  • 3165 USD One Person Travelling Alone

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