Local women in San Jose in Costa Rica laughing on her banana stool in market

Days 1-2

We know the way to San José

After a long flight you’ll be pleased to see a representative from our local office waiting for you at the airport. They’ll provide you with an information pack and whisk you away to your modern hotel in central San Jose. All the main sights and buildings are within walking distance from your hotel. You’ll no doubt want to relax after your flight though, so why not sit back and relax on the roof terrace, cocktail in hand, letting your first impressions of Costa Rica sink in.

Tortuguero jungle & river photo from above

Days 2-4

Through the Jungle to Tortuguero

The amazing landscape of Tortuguero is not accessible by road. Instead you’ll find rivers meandering through the pristine rainforest to the famous nesting ground of countless turtles. Fill your senses with the sounds of the rainforest, listen to howler monkeys in the distance, smell the tropical hibiscus or spot tiny red frogs in the grass.

Farmer and visitor on a pineapple farm in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica holding a pineapple.

Days 4-7

Pit Stop in Pineapple Fields

In Sarapiqui you’ll stopover in a small village between endless pineapple fields in a cosy bungalow with a small porch set in a tropical garden. The next morning, you’ll drive the short distance to visit Don and his family. On their small farm you’ll see how pineapples are grown, fish for your own lunch in the local pond and watch your hosts turn it into a tasty meal.

Costa Rican woman cooking food in Bribri Costa Rica

Days 7-8

Bamboo Boat to the BriBri Village

You’ll spend 2 days living with the Bribri tribe as you really get to know the indigenous people and their culture. Stay in an original Bribri cabaña with palm leaves for a roof, take a bamboo canoe on the Yorkin River and walk through banana plantations. Using your English speaking guide, and all your senses, you’ll find out how to make your own chocolate. Then, the best part: tasting!

Reefs & Reggae of the Caribbean

Days 8-12

Reefs & Reggae of the Caribbean

After all that travelling you’re probably ready for a long stretch of sandy beach and a tasty Caribbean stew; well, Puerto Viejo is the place for both. The distinctly Caribbean feel means that you’re never too far from an intoxicating reggae beat or a tropical cocktail. You’ll also get your nature fix, visiting nearby Cahuita National Park to explore the colourful world both above and below the water.

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From Local Culture to Caribbean Coasts
From Local Culture to Caribbean Coasts
From Local Culture to Caribbean Coasts
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