Costa Rica: Culture & Adventure
Ideal Length:10 Days
Best Time To Go:December - April
Flight Time:LAX 5 Hours 10 Minutes, CHI 5 Hours 30 Minutes, NYC-All Airports 7 Hours
AVERAGE COST PER PERSON (Single occupancy; Airfare not included):$4,957
With one of our expert travel agents, you can stay in luxurious accommodations like this three-bedroom Miramar Suite at the Four Season Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo.
From award-winning restaurants to small town eateries, this Central American country should be explored by sampling its diverse traditional dishes, including Costa Rican fish casado.
Have a travel agent arrange a visit to see a performance at the National Theater in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Don't leave Costa Rica without exploring its indigenous flora and fauna, including the Red-Eye Tree Frog.
Looking for a little adventure? Plan an amazing hike along the Arenal Hanging Bridges to get a bird's-eye view of the Costa Rica's lush forests.
San Jose Day 1
Welcome to the capital of Costa Rica, where you can immerse yourself in this city’s rich history and culture, bustling open-air markets, quiet green spaces, and landmark museums, including the Museo Nacional de Costa Rica and the Pre-Columbian Gold Museum.
Turrialba Day 2-3
Head east of San Jose to Turrialba, where you’ll stay in at a secluded ecolodge located on the banks of the scenic Pacuare River. Enjoy its luxe amenities and adventurous activities, including white-water rafting in class VI rapids and taking a tour to see an indigenous Cabécar village.
Arenal Day 4-6
Leave on a 4-hour transfer ride to the west of Turrialba to explore the lush green rainforests and wildlife via fun activities, including a hiking excursion on suspension bridges, a dip in hot springs at a local spa and an unforgettable zip-line tour.
Guanacaste Day 7-10
Located in the far northwest corner of Costa Rica, Guanacaste is known as the tropical paradise with pristine shoreline, national parks with volcanoes, beautiful mountain ranges and home to several luxury resorts and golf courses.