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  1. Day 1
    ARRIVE SAN JOSE
    Welcome to San Jose! Your journey begins with a warm greeting at the airport from a local host and a complimentary transfer to your hotel. At 6 p.m., gather at the hotel with your Travel Director and travelling companions for a Welcome Reception.Welcome Reception

    Day 2
    SAN JOSE – TORTUGUERO NATIONAL PARK (2 NIGHTS)
    After breakfast, head toward the small town of San Isidro de Heredia, where are welcomed for a Be My Guest lunch by master chocolatiers, for a taste of gourmet chocolate and an organic lunch. Learn about the history of chocolate and how it is produced at this small chocolate workshop. After lunch, continue to Siquirres and embark on a river journey through the protected wetlands. Later, stroll the streets of Tortuguero Village and explore the fascinating Green Turtle Research Station. Enjoy dinner at the hotel this evening.Full Breakfast,Be My Guest Dining,Dinner

    Day 3
    TORTUGUERO NATIONAL PARK SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME
    Cruise the canals and streams of the park today as howler monkeys watch from the treetops, toucans and egrets fly through the air and crocodiles ply the cool waters. If you're here between July and September, take an optional excursion to see the sea turtles laying eggs on the beach.Full Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

    Day 4
    TORTUGUERO – SARAPIQUI
    Before departing Tortuguero, you'll have the chance to try "pipa," a delicious variety of young coconut. Bid adios to the park as you travel along the river before boarding your motorcoach for a visit to the small village of Horquetas. After lunch at a local restaurant, visit a local Tico family palm plantation to learn about and taste the delicate heart of palm, a Local Speciality. Travel on to quaint Sarapiqui and step off the beaten path in this rarely-visited area surrounded by dense rainforests full of wildlife. This afternoon, immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the area around your lodge—perhaps you'll spot the endangered great green macaw.Full Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

    Day 5
    SARAPIQUI – ARENAL
    Head to La Fortuna de San Carlos, home of the colossal Arenal Volcano. Enjoy the rest of the day at your resort, surrounded by exotic gardens, beautiful flowers and many species of birds.  Enjoy dinner with some of the best views of the volcano, and then relax while soaking in the resort's natural hot thermal springs in the shadow of the volcano.Full Breakfast,Dinner

    Day 6
    ARENAL – MONTEVERDE CLOUD FOREST (2 NIGHTS)
    Straddling Costa Rica's Continental Divide, the Monteverde Cloud Forest is home to luxuriant vegetation, abundant wildlife, coffee plantations and spectacular views. You'll spend two nights in this most famous of Costa Rican reserves. Upon arrival, ascend to the treetops for a bird's-eye view of the forest on the unforgettable Sky Walk, a chain of six suspension bridges at canopy level. Begin exploring from the grounds of your mountain lodge before enjoying dinner at a local restaurant where you meet a native Quaker man, a Local Expert, who will share historical photos and stories of the old town of Monteverde.Full Breakfast,Dinner

    Day 7
    MONTEVERDE CLOUD FOREST SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME
    Join your guide for an excursion through the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. Covering 26,000 acres of tropical rainforest, the Reserve consists of 6 ecological zones and offers extremely high biodiversity, consisting of over 2,500 plant species (including the most orchid species in a single place), 100 species of mammals, 400 bird species, and 120 reptilian and amphibian species Share your experiences with your fellow travellers at a festive Farewell Dinner.Full Breakfast,Farewell Dinner

    Day 8
    MONTEVERDE – LIBERIA – GUANACASTE (2 NIGHTS)
    The beach awaits! Head to the pristine Pacific coast, where you'll check into your seaside resort, located on the white sands of lovely Tamarindo Beach. Slip into your swimsuit and enjoy the sand and surf this afternoon.Full Breakfast

    Day 9
    GUANACASTE FREE TIME
    The day is yours to relax on the beautiful beach or get to know the underwater life while snorkelling. Other optional tours include an exploration of the rainforest canopy, a float trip on a nearby river, horseback riding, white-water rafting or a visit a National Park.Full Breakfast

    Day 10
    GUANACASTE – DEPART LIBERIA
    A complimentary transfer is provided to Liberia International Airport. Or stay a while longer on the beach; extra nights are available if you wish to extend your stay. Please do not schedule your flight before 12:30 p.m.Full Breakfast

    Sightseeing Highlights
    Arenal See Arenal Volcano
    Monteverde Cloud Forest Enjoy a two-night stay near the park; take a guided walk through the Cloud Forest Reserve; visit the Sky Walk to experience the chain of suspension bridges high above the Cloud Forest.
    Sarapiqui Explore this beautiful valley surrounded by rainforest.
    Tortuguero National Park Ride to Tortuguero National Park by river boat; visit Tortuguero Village and the Green Turtle Research Station; cruise the canals in search of wildlife.
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  3. Day 1
    ARRIVE SAN JOSE
    Pura Vida! Bienvenidos a Costa Rica! You're going to have more fun than a barrel of monkeys and spot more than a barrel of wildlife on this incredible adventure. A local representative will greet you at the airport and arrange your complimentary transfer to the hotel. Relax by the pool before meeting your Travel Director and fellow explorers at 6 p.m. for a Kick-off Party.Kick-Off Party

    Day 2
    SAN JOSE – BRAULIO CARRILLO NATIONAL PARK – TORTUGUERO NATIONAL PARK (2 NIGHTS)
    Rise with the roosters and head east through Braulio Carrillo National Park towards the Caribbean Sea. Board a river boat, gliding through canals, lagoons and lowland rainforest teeming with wildlife. You'll be amazed at how many kinds of animals live here—six species of sea turtles, monkeys, caimans, tons of exotic bird species plus rare and endangered ocelots, river otters and manatees. The afternoon is yours—hang out by the pool or on the beach, or head to Tortuguero Village to meet the students (when school is in session). Join a Local Expert from the Sea Turtle Conservancy Foundation to learn about the incredible turtles that nest in Tortuguero. Enjoy a buffet dinner at the resort's open-air restaurant along the Tortuguero lagoon.Full Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

    Day 3
    TORTUGUERO NATIONAL PARK SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME
    Arrr, arrr, arrr! There's nothing like the wake-up call of a troop of howler monkeys to start your day. Set off with your captain and guide to explore the lush canals and waterways of Tortuguero National Park. You may want to start a tally of all the types of wildlife you'll see. Look out for sloths, green iguanas, caiman, crocodiles and colourful toucans. Of course, you'll spot tons of monkeys—agile howler and spider monkeys and white-faced capuchins swinging through the dense rainforest canopy. This afternoon, you can venture back out on the canals to add to your wildlife tally or relax back at the lodge—the choice is yours! If you're visiting during nesting season (Jul-Sep), join an optional night walk with a naturalist guide to witness some of the world's largest turtles laying their eggs. Amazing! A buffet dinner is served at your hotel this evening.Full Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

    Day 4
    TORTUGUERO – SARAPIQUI – ARENAL NATIONAL PARK (2 NIGHTS)
    Before departing Tortuguero today, you'll have the chance to try "pipa," a delicious variety of young coconut. Bid adios to the monkeys for now as you boat back to the mainland and travel by motorcoach to Horquetas. Here you'll visit a local Tico family palm plantation to learn all about and taste an exotic vegetable and Local Speciality you've probably never tried—the delicate heart of palm. Continue travelling to quaint Sarapiqui where you'll visit a pineapple farm, the only farm of its kind in the world producing certified organic golden pineapples, a Local Speciality. After learning how it's grown without hurting the environment, you'll eat the juiciest, most delicious pineapple you've ever tasted.Full Breakfast,Lunch

    Day 5
    ARENAL SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME
    Rise and shine as the jungle and volcano are calling! Start the day with a guided trek around the quiet side of the volcano at Arenal National Park. Walk through the old lava rocks and learn about the powerful forces behind the volcano's past eruptions. Then head to the Arenal Hanging Bridges where you can walk eye-level within the lush canopy, observe the monkeys, sloths and chattering birds up close, and look out to see the rumbling, steaming Arenal Volcano. Relax or take a swim at the pool back at the hotel. End the day with a delicious dinner with your travelling companions.Full Breakfast,Dinner

    Day 6
    ARENAL – MANUEL ANTONIO NATIONAL PARK (2 NIGHTS)
    Get ready for a blast! Imagine yourself soaring high above the jungle floor as you fly along ziplines through the treetops, eye-to-eye with the lush foliage and exotic rainforest creatures. Combined with Tarzan swings and rappelling, ziplining through the canopy is sure to be among the most amazing adventures of your lifetime! Head south to Manuel Antonio National Park, renowned for its warm blue waters, sparkling white-sand beaches and abundant exotic wildlife. This evening, join the gang for a pizza night Highlight Dinner.Full Breakfast,Highlight Dinner

    Day 7
    MANUEL ANTONIO NATIONAL PARK SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME
    Walking deep into the National Park with your guide, you'll definitely check off a few more creatures on your wildlife list—at last count, there were 109 different animals and 184 species of birds living here! Listen to the barking of howler monkeys and the chattering of mischievous squirrels and white-faced monkeys. Then, it's time to hit the beach! You can laze in the warm Pacific or at the resort's pool, or choose one of many incredible optional activities. Will it be a catamaran cruise to snorkel (and maybe even see dolphins, parrotfish and sea turtles), a surf lesson, mangrove kayak tour, horseback ride or white-water rafting? This evening, join your fellow explorers and celebrate new friendships and awesome experiences with a Farewell Dinner at the hotel.Full Breakfast,Farewell Dinner

    Day 8
    MANUEL ANTONIO – DEPART SAN JOSE
    Travel back to San Jose's Juan Santamaria International Airport for your flight or extend your stay at the Parador Resort & Spa in Manuel Antonio. Please do not schedule any flights before 1:00 p.m.Full Breakfast

    Sightseeing Highlights
    Arenal. Enjoy a guided tour through the rainforest canopy along the famous Arenal Hanging Bridges.
    Arenal National Park Explore this natural wonder with a guide.
    Braulio Carrillo National Park. Journey through this magnificent tropical rainforest.
    Manuel Antonio National Park. Get your adrenaline pumping on a zipline canopy safari; look for nearly 300 kinds of birds and animals on a nature walk.
    Tortuguero. Travel to Tortuguero by river boat; visit the Green Turtle Research Station; cruise the canals in search of wildlife with your naturalist guide.
    Tortuguero National Park. Join your expert naturalist guide in search of the abundant local wildlife.
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  5. Day 1
    ARRIVE SAN JOSE
    Welcome to San Jose! Your journey begins with a warm greeting at the airport from a local host and a complimentary transfer to your hotel. At 6 p.m., gather at the hotel with your Travel Director and travelling companions for a Welcome Reception.Welcome Reception

    Day 2
    SAN JOSE – TORTUGUERO NATIONAL PARK (2 NIGHTS)
    After breakfast, head toward the small town of San Isidro de Heredia, where are welcomed for a Be My Guest lunch by master chocolatiers, for a taste of gourmet chocolate and an organic lunch. Learn about the history of chocolate and how it is produced at this small chocolate workshop. After lunch, continue to Siquirres and embark on a river journey through the protected wetlands. Later, stroll the streets of Tortuguero Village and explore the fascinating Green Turtle Research Station. Enjoy dinner at the hotel this evening.Full Breakfast,Be My Guest Dining,Dinner

    Day 3
    TORTUGUERO NATIONAL PARK SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME
    Cruise the canals and streams of the park today as howler monkeys watch from the treetops, toucans and egrets fly through the air and crocodiles ply the cool waters. If you're here between July and September, take an optional excursion to see the sea turtles laying eggs on the beach.Full Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

    Day 4
    TORTUGUERO – SARAPIQUI
    Before departing Tortuguero, you'll have the chance to try "pipa," a delicious variety of young coconut. Bid adios to the park as you travel along the river before boarding your motorcoach for a visit to the small village of Horquetas. After lunch at a local restaurant, visit a local Tico family palm plantation to learn about and taste the delicate heart of palm, a Local Speciality. Travel on to quaint Sarapiqui and step off the beaten path in this rarely-visited area surrounded by dense rainforests full of wildlife. This afternoon, immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the area around your lodge—perhaps you'll spot the endangered great green macaw.Full Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

    Day 5
    SARAPIQUI – ARENAL
    Head to La Fortuna de San Carlos, home of the colossal Arenal Volcano. Enjoy the rest of the day at your resort, surrounded by exotic gardens, beautiful flowers and many species of birds.  Enjoy dinner with some of the best views of the volcano, and then relax while soaking in the resort's natural hot thermal springs in the shadow of the volcano.Full Breakfast,Dinner

    Day 6
    ARENAL – MONTEVERDE CLOUD FOREST (2 NIGHTS)
    Straddling Costa Rica's Continental Divide, the Monteverde Cloud Forest is home to luxuriant vegetation, abundant wildlife, coffee plantations and spectacular views. You'll spend two nights in this most famous of Costa Rican reserves. Upon arrival, ascend to the treetops for a bird's-eye view of the forest on the unforgettable Sky Walk, a chain of six suspension bridges at canopy level. Begin exploring from the grounds of your mountain lodge before enjoying dinner at a local restaurant where you meet a native Quaker man, a Local Expert, who will share historical photos and stories of the old town of Monteverde.Full Breakfast,Dinner

    Day 7
    MONTEVERDE CLOUD FOREST SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME
    Join your guide for an excursion through the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. Covering 26,000 acres of tropical rainforest, the Reserve consists of 6 ecological zones and offers extremely high biodiversity, consisting of over 2,500 plant species (including the most orchid species in a single place), 100 species of mammals, 400 bird species, and 120 reptilian and amphibian species Share your experiences with your fellow travellers at a festive Farewell Dinner.Full Breakfast,Farewell Dinner

    Day 8
    MONTEVERDE – DEPART LIBERIA
    Transfer to Liberia Airport for your flight home or travel on to Guanacaste Beach for those extending their stay. Please do not schedule any flights before 1:00 p.m.Full Breakfast

    Sightseeing Highlights
    Arenal See Arenal Volcano
    Monteverde Cloud Forest Enjoy a two-night stay near the park; take a guided walk through the Cloud Forest Reserve; visit the Sky Walk to experience the chain of suspension bridges high above the Cloud Forest.
    Sarapiqui Explore this beautiful valley surrounded by rainforest.
    Tortuguero National Park Ride to Tortuguero National Park by river boat; visit Tortuguero Village and the Green Turtle Research Station; cruise the canals in search of wildlife.
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  7. Our popular 8-day itinerary
    Our G Adventures Pass Costa Rica is the best way to explore Costa Rica. A G representative will meet you at the airport with your arrival information package and will remain just a phone call away for the duration of your stay.
    Day 1 San José
    Arrive in San José at any time, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. There are no planned activities, so enjoy the city on your own. Start your exploration of the city in the main plaza, a great place to people-watch. A mime, juggler, marimba band, magician, or storyteller may be performing for whatever is collected when the hat is passed. Artisan booths are common, creating a regular arts and crafts fair atmosphere. The Museum of Costa Rican Art, located in La Sabana Park, was once the international airport; the museum is now housed in the old terminal building. The Jade Museum is on the 11th floor of the Instituto Nacional de Seguros building. In addition to the marvellous collection of jade objects, there are pre-Columbian ceramic and stone works as well as displays with archaeological and ethnographic information. The Gold Museum is located underneath the Plaza de la Cultura. Its spectacular collection of indigenous gold art belongs to the Central Bank of Costa Rica. The best and least expensive places to buy souvenirs in San José are the markets. The two main ones are the ones in Plaza de la Demorcracia, which is an outdoor open market, and the Central Market, where handicrafts are sold along with boots, fish, flour, herbal remedies, shirts and everything else you can imagine. Always watch your belongings and be ready for crowds. If you plan on spending a few days in San José after your tour, there are a number of activities within the city and area that you can participate in, many of them outdoors. Probably the hardest thing you will do in San José, other than get safely across busy streets, is keep the street numbering systems straight. Street and avenue numbers are posted on buildings at the corners of some intersections. Keep looking as you walk, and you will eventually find one. NOTE: Like any city where tourism is on the increase, crime also tends to increase and while San José is not a noticeably dangerous city, there are certain precautions you should take. Make sure that you are aware of your things at all times and don't go out carrying expensive gear or jewellery.
    Day 2-3 La Fortuna
    Hop on the adventure bus at approximately 8am for your transfer to your hotel in the town of La Fortuna, located at the foot of the Arenal Volcano. La Fortuna is an excellent base for adventure. Hike the area’s nature trails, swim in chilly La Fortuna waterfall or join a canopy tour and catch a bird’s-eye view of the forest greenery. Other optional activities include full-day white water rafting on the Toro or Arenal Rivers, mountain biking, caving, horseback riding, or a tour of the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge. Like much of Costa Rica, the area is a birders’ paradise, with over 600 species as permanent residents. Finally, after a long day of exploring, take a relaxing soak in the lush, cascading hot springs of Tabacón Resort. Soak in one of the natural thermal baths and rivers under the shade of the surrounding canopy. Set on the northern plains of Costa Rica, Arenal Volcano sits on the southeast shore of artificial Lake Arenal (77 square kilometres, or 48 square miles). Separating the mountain ranges of Guanacaste and Tilarán, the lake was created by a hydroelectric dam. Winds sweeping off the Caribbean Sea reach speeds of 48 to 72 km/hr (30 to 45 mph), making Arenal one of the best windsurfing destinations in the world. The volcano, once quite active, has been in a dormant state since the beginning of 2011 but still is a dramatic backdrop to the town of La Fortuna. During the day, its reflection on Lake Arenal is truly enchanting.
    Day 4-6 Guanacaste
    Hop on the Adventure Bus at approximately 9am for your transfer to your hotel on the beautiful beaches of Guanacaste on the Pacific coast. One of the major beach destinations in Costa Rica, Guanacaste is home to the beaches of Tamarindo, Coco, Ocotal, and Flamingo. Guanacaste’s beaches are the best in the country for swimming and one of the best in the world for sunsets, with a perfect western exposure. Some beaches are a dark volcanic sand, except for Flamingo, which is a soft white sand. Behind the beaches are lush tropical forests ideal for day walks or horseback riding. Like other beach destinations in Costa Rica an abundance of water sports and adventure activities are available to book locally.
    Day 7 San José
    Hop on the adventure bus at approximately 2:30pm for your transfer back to your San José hotel. Enjoy one last night on the town.
    Day 8 San José
    Depart San José at any time. Departure shuttle included, with the last shuttle of the day departing San Jose downtown at 4pm. (Hotel check-out is at 12 noon.)
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  9. Our popular 8-day itinerary
    Our G Adventures Pass Costa Rica is the best way to explore Costa Rica. A G representative will meet you at the airport with your arrival information package and will remain just a phone call away for the duration of your stay.
    Day 1 Arrive San José
    Arrive in San José at any time, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. There are no planned activities, so enjoy the city. Located in the central highlands, San José enjoys a moderate climate. The heat and humidity of the coast and lowland areas may affect you, with a general sense of lethargy and/or loss of appetite. This is no cause for alarm; it is simply your body’s reaction to the heat. Be sure to drink plenty of water (bottled water is available everywhere) and do not attempt too much in any given day. We prefer fan-cooled rather than air conditioned rooms to avoid having to acclimatize to the heat and humidity every time you go outside. This is also a more eco-friendly approach. Like most cities, San José has its good and bad sides. It is the centre of government, theatre, and art, as well as of air pollution and congestion. It has beautiful parks and museums, and a few beggars on the streets. It is big and often noisy, but even from its crowded downtown streets, you’ll often enjoy a view of the surrounding lush mountains. Start your exploration of the city in the main plaza, a great place to people-watch. A mime, juggler, marimba band, magician, or storyteller may be performing for whatever is collected when the hat is passed. Artisan booths are common, creating a regular arts and crafts fair atmosphere. A source of pride for the ticos (as Costa Ricans are known) is the National Theatre. Inaugurated in 1897, the building was paid for by coffee growers through a voluntary tax on every bag of coffee exported. The National Museum, housed in the Bellavista Fortress, offers exhibits on pre-Columbian art, colonial art and furniture and religious art within a 19th Century building that was converted from a military fortress after the army was abolished. The Museum of Costa Rican Art, located in La Sabana Park, was once the international airport; the museum is now housed in the old terminal building. The Jade Museum is on the 11th floor of the Instituto Nacional de Seguros building. In addition to the marvellous collection of jade objects, there are pre-Columbian ceramic and stone works as well as displays with archaeological and ethnographic information. The Gold Museum is located underneath the Plaza de la Cultura. Its spectacular collection of indigenous gold art belongs to the Central Bank of Costa Rica. The best and least expensive places to buy souvenirs in San José are the markets. The two main ones are the ones in Plaza de la Demorcracia, which is an outdoor open market, and the Central Market, where handicrafts are sold along with boots, fish, flour, herbal remedies, shirts and everything else you can imagine. Always watch your belongings and be ready for crowds. If you plan on spending a few days in San José after your tour, there are a number of activities within the city and area that you can participate in, many of them outdoors. Probably the hardest thing you will do in San José, other than get safely across busy streets, is keep the street numbering systems straight. Street and avenue numbers are posted on buildings at the corners of some intersections. Keep looking as you walk, and you will eventually find one. NOTE: Like any city where tourism is on the increase, crime also tends to increase and while San José is not a noticeably dangerous city, there are certain precautions you should take. Make sure that you are aware of your things at all times and don't go out carrying expensive gear or jewellery.
    Day 2-3 La Fortuna
    Hop on the adventure bus at approximately 8am for your transfer to your hotel in the town of La Fortuna, located at the foot of the Arenal Volcano. La Fortuna is an excellent base for adventure. Hike the area’s nature trails, swim in chilly La Fortuna waterfall or join a canopy tour and catch a bird’s-eye view of the forest greenery. Other optional activities include full-day white water rafting on the Toro or Arenal Rivers, mountain biking, caving, horseback riding, or a tour of the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge. Like much of Costa Rica, the area is a birders’ paradise, with over 600 species as permanent residents. Finally, after a long day of exploring, take a relaxing soak in the lush, cascading hot springs of Tabacón Resort. Soak in one of the natural thermal baths and rivers under the shade of the surrounding canopy. Set on the northern plains of Costa Rica, Arenal Volcano sits on the southeast shore of artificial Lake Arenal (77 square kilometres, or 48 square miles). Separating the mountain ranges of Guanacaste and Tilarán, the lake was created by a hydroelectric dam. Winds sweeping off the Caribbean Sea reach speeds of 48 to 72 km/hr (30 to 45 mph), making Arenal one of the best windsurfing destinations in the world. The volcano, once quite active, has been in a dormant state since the beginning of 2011 but still is a dramatic backdrop to the town of La Fortuna. During the day, its reflection on Lake Arenal is truly enchanting.
    Day 4-6 Manuel Antonio/Quepos Area
    Hop on the Adventure Bus at approximately 9am for your transfer to your hotel on the beautiful beaches of the Pacific Coast. Manuel Antonio National Park offers excellent hiking, spectacular views and abundant wildlife viewing. There are beautiful white sand beaches and the warm turquoise water is ideal for swimming, fishing, kayaking, boogie boarding, sailing or surfing. Quepos sits on the outskirts of the Manuel Antonio National Park and is a great introduction to the laid-back “tico” lifestyle. This town is very popular with the younger set of international travellers, and the nightlife in the area is also some of the best in the country. If you have the jungle in mind, then we recommend that you head into the national park. Although this is Costa Rica’s smallest national park, it is also one of the most popular and it won’t take you long to see why. This park has fabulous beaches, abundant wildlife and a great trail system for those who want to spend the day hiking. Look for monkeys, armadillos, coatimundis, sloth and some of the over 350 species of birds that are present in the park. One of Costa Rica’s most popular beaches, Jacó Beach is North of Manuel Antonio on the Pacific Coast, and one of the biggest resort areas in the country. All of the traditional beach activities are available here including horseback riding, deep-sea fishing, kayaking and surfing. Hermosa Beach is the most popular surfing destination in the country. Nearby Carara Biological Reserve is a 4700 hectare reserve with abundant wildlife such as scarlet macaws, many species of monkey, crocodiles and countless species of plants. While the main beach is quite busy there are more secluded beaches nearby.
    Day 7 San José
    Hop on the adventure bus at approximately 2.30pm for your transfer back to your San José hotel. Enjoy one last night on the town.
    Day 8 San José
    Depart San José at any time. Departure shuttle included, with the last shuttle of the day departing San Jose downtown at 4pm. (Hotel check-out is at 12 noon.)
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