CS1 Costa Rica Explorer

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

Exploring the canals of Tortuguero Soaking in Baldi Hotsprings Monteverde Cloud forest walk Arenal Volcano eruptions Inspiring Copan: guided site tour Hummingbirds, sloths & butterflies!

Dates & Prices

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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.


Start DateEnd DatePriceMore Info
Mon 12 Jan 2015Thu 22 Jan 2015 $2650 Last-minute Availability
Mon 12 Oct 2015Thu 22 Oct 2015 $2650

Optional Single Supplement: $470 (number of singles limited).


Tour Overview


Few destinations can come close to rivalling the splendour and diversity inherent in Costa Rica's natural environment and we explore every face of it on this incredible 11-day tour. From gliding past lush coastal rainforests on a riverboat canal cruise, to meandering the trails of one of the country's many wildlife-brimming national parks, and from taking it easy in bubbling hotsprings near Arenal Volcano, to being spellbound by the enchanting mists of Monteverde Cloud Forest, we experience the gamut of Costa Rica's natural bounties and see how it warrants a name that is translated as 'rich coast'. We see banana and cocoa plantations, as well as hundreds upon hundreds of species of colourful and endemic flowers and tropical plants; we tour the ever-popular Butterfly Gardens; we have the chance to see Costa Rica from a different perspective on a magical canopy walk; and we spend time in the bustling capital, San Jose. Near the end of our adventure, we cross into Honduras to tour Copan, visit its museum and see ruins that stand as legacies of the once-great ancient Maya civilisation; we even have the rare chance to enter an authentic Mayan pyramid!

Regions visited: Central America And Caribbean
Countries visited: Costa Rica and Honduras


CS1 TRIP DETAILS

DURATION11 days

TOUR STARTSan Jose

TOUR ENDSan Pedro Sula