Costa Rica Adventure
Costa Rica is a land of volcanoes, rain forests, waterfalls, and rivers, and active travelers will be spoilt for choice from a variety of activities: rafting, snorkeling, kayaking, sport fishing, surfing, canopy hiking, canyoning, horse riding, zip lining, paddle boarding, mountain biking, and this is not even a complete list. Costa Rica is on the radars of every eco-savvy traveler hoping their next trip will include days spent soaring through treetops à la Tarzan and nights spent ogling rare rainforest species. This verdant, mountainous country...
The Arenal Volcano
At 5,437 feet, the Arenal Volcano looms large and ominous over the pastured green hillsides that surround its base. Although currently in a resting phase, Arenal has remained the country’s most active volcano for the past 43 years. Its storied history is charged with eruptions, both major and minor, that have intimately affected the region and the people who live here. Formed some 7,000 years ago from the adjacent (and now extinct) Chato Volcano, Arenal’s most recent eruptive period began in 1968 with an explosion that buried...
Fall under the spell of the charismatic Costa Rica. This friendly country enchants with its pristine beauty and amazing culture, and the Nature’s Paradise tour will offer a chance for an unhurried exploration of its tropical beaches, orchid-festooned rainforests and mystical cloudforests, its hot springs, waterfalls, volcanoes and the heart-stopping tropical jungles teeming with wildlife.
January 6 - 15, 2024
10 Days / 9 Nights
This tour starts and ends in San José
$4,680 per person/double occupancy
$1,840 optional single supplement
$320 additional night, single or double room (includes a private airport transfer)
Includes all fees and taxes
This tour may be combined with the The Wonders of the Galápagos tour to Ecuador (January 16 - 23, 2024)
The Wildlife of Costa Rica
The Wildlife of Costa Rica comprises all naturally occurring animals, fungi and plants that reside in this Central American country. The area supports an enormous variety of wildlife, due in large part to its geographic position between the North and South American continents, its neotropical climate, and its wide variety of habitats. The ecological regions include twelve climatic zones and have tropical rainforests, deciduous forests, Atlantic and Pacific coastline, cloud forests, and mangrove forests which provide numerous...