Costa Rica tour
Two week overland tour from San Jose as part of a small group (max 16). Good mix of optional & included activities, free time and one or two long drives.
San Jose Tortuguero National Park Sarapiqui Santa Rosa de Pocosol La Fortuna/Arenal Volcano Monteverde Quepos Manuel Antonio NP
US $1735US $1488ToUS $1925US $1905excluding flights
Single supplement $620.
Late availability on these dates: 06 Nov, 13 Nov, 18 Nov, 20 Nov, 27 Nov, 02 Dec, 04 Dec, 09 Dec, 11 Dec, 18 Dec, 23 Dec, 25 Dec
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11 Reviews of Costa Rica tour
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Reviewed on 25 May 2019 by Kathleen CullitonToo many to mention, really - it was all memorable! But the most memorable parts were maybe the cloud forest, the mangroves boat trips, Copan, Tikal or the growler monkeys. Read full review
Reviewed on 16 Sep 2019 by Vanessa AdnittThe most exciting part of the vacation was seeing the volcano Arenal in La Fortuna and the beach at Manuel Antonio. Read full review
Reviewed on 08 Mar 2019 by Ian HalliwellCosta Rica is a lovely place to visit but had we known it was so expensive we would never have signed up to a vacation that didn't have a lot of included activities and meals included. Read full review
Reviewed on 26 Feb 2018 by Linda WhittinghamAll of it was memorable...each place visited is so different... it's hard to choose. Monteverde for its lush vegetation, but boy can it get cold at night...and tortuguero for its wildlife. Read full review
Reviewed on 29 Jul 2018 by Fiona WeirSeeing turtles was the most exciting part of the vacation Read full review
Reviewed on 31 Mar 2017 by Kimberley and Barry BrownFor my husband it was the amazing variety and beauty of the birds. For myself it was the excitement of seeing an armadillo at close quarters, although all the wildlife was extraordinary! Read full review
Reviewed on 15 Aug 2016 by Chris BroughamCosta Rica is the most environmentally sympathetic country I have visited. Read full review
Reviewed on 15 Aug 2016 by Janine BolomeyBest bit: Watching sea turtles laying their eggs on Tortuguero beach and the homestay Read full review
Reviewed on 07 Apr 2014 by ANGELA HOLLANDThe trip to Tortuguera via bus and finally the boat journey through the rivers and canals was magical and the "town" itself was wonderful, a naturalist's dream! I would recommend it to anyone interested in the beauty of nature, birds and flowers, etc. Read full review
Reviewed on 15 Nov 2012 by Michael MurphySeeing green turtles laying eggs & watching them hatch was the most memorable part of the vacation. Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Jul 2012 by J. Suzanne HulaSeeing the rare Quetzal bird was exciting, but it was all memorable...Excellent. Read full review
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PlanetWe just can't get enough of the Amazon, not only as a jaw-dropping travel destination but also as a global treasure and this trip will help to ensure that the incredibly Amazon Rainforest is here for us to enjoy for generations to come! By booking your Latin American adventure with us you're helping us work towards a sustainable future for the Amazon.
PeopleThis trip gives you plenty of opportunities to get to know the culture and vibrant history of Latin America. There are numerous chances for local interaction as we cover so much ground using all means of public transport. Youíll be surprised how much you can learn from a friendly local who strikes up a conversation during your journey.
Your leader and the occasional local guide will be able to direct you to many local eateries throughout the trip, helping you discover real local fare at real local prices (and probably helping you learn some Spanish at the same time). All travelers are encouraged to explore with the group and on their own, learn a few words of the language and interact with the locals as much as possible.
Local guides are employed to help explain as much as possible about the cultural differences and the historically significant places that we visit. This also allows us to appreciate the importance of preserving and respecting these sites and to help us minimise the impact of our visits.
There are plenty of opportunities to support local merchants in the markets and stalls that we pass along the way. We can purchase traditional handicrafts from local artisans and learn more about the importance of preserving these crafts.