Costa Rica Vacation Packages

Costa Rica is a beautiful destination known for its stunning natural landscapes, biodiversity, and outdoor adventures. When looking for vacation packages to Costa Rica, you’ll find a variety of options catering to different interests and preferences. Are you ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime?

Important info:

  • You can take any of these packages as it is or we can customized according to your preferences
  • We can design a vacation package from scratch for a small fee
  • The price of these packages may vary depending on the travel date
  • All these packages includes shared transportation.
  • All these vacation packages are available year-round

Costa Rica Pura Vida

2 Pax Minimum

10 Days

tortuguero 3 days- 2 nights -tortuguero national park

Exploring Costa Rica

2 Pax Minimum

9 Days

arenal volcano erupting

Costa Rica Eco Adventure

2 Pax Minimum

7 Days

Manuel antonio national park

Green Escapes

2 Pax Minimum

9 Days

Rio negro hot springs - hacienda guachipelin

Costa Rica Jungle

2 Pax Minimum

9 Days

howler monkey resting on a branch - cano negro wildlife refuge

Costa Rica Wildlife

2 Pax Minimum

8 Days

Birdwatching Tour

2 Pax Minimum

13 Days

tamarindo beach - costa rica

Eco Escape Costa Rica

2 Pax Minimum

9 Days

Tropical Rainforest

2 Pax Minimum

6 Days

How can I pay for hotels, tours or meals

There are several ways to pay for your vacation trip to Costa Rica. Here are some options:
Credit card: Most hotels, tour operators, and rental car agencies accept credit cards, so this can be a convenient way to pay for your trip. Be sure to check with your credit card company about any foreign transaction fees and let them know you’ll be traveling to Costa Rica to avoid any issues with your card being blocked for suspicious activity.
Debit card: You can also use a debit card to withdraw cash from ATMs in Costa Rica. Just be aware that there may be fees associated with using foreign ATMs, so it’s a good idea to check with your bank before you go.
Cash: It’s always a good idea to have some cash on hand, especially for smaller purchases or when you’re in more remote areas where credit cards may not be accepted. You can exchange US dollars for Costa Rican colones at banks and exchange offices, but be aware that exchange rates may vary.
Remember to always be aware of your surroundings and keep your money and valuables safe when traveling. It’s also a good idea to have multiple payment options in case one doesn’t work or is lost or stolen.

How Can I book

We’ll start by having a consultation with you to understand your travel goals, interests, and preferences. This can be done through a phone call, or email exchange.
Based on the information you provide, we’ll create a detailed itinerary that includes all the activities, accommodation, transport, and other logistics for your trip. We’ll work with you to make sure that the itinerary meets your needs. Once you’ve approved the itinerary, we’ll handle all the bookings and reservations for your trip. We’ll also provide you with all the necessary information and documentation for your trip, including confirmations, and other travel essentials.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Costa Rica depends on what you want to do and see. Costa Rica has a tropical climate, and there are two seasons: the dry season and the rainy season.
The dry season runs from December to April, and this is generally considered the best time to visit Costa Rica. The weather is dry and sunny, making it perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, wildlife watching, and beach trips. The dry season is also the high season for tourism, so you may encounter larger crowds and higher prices. The rainy season runs from May to November, with the heaviest rainfall usually occurring in September and October. During this time, the country is lush and green, and there are fewer tourists, which can make it a good time to visit if you’re looking for a quieter and more affordable vacation. The rain can make some activities more challenging, but it also creates stunning waterfalls and rivers that are worth seeing. Overall, the best time to visit Costa Rica depends on your preferences and interests. If you’re looking for sunny weather and outdoor activities, the dry season may be best. If you’re looking for a quieter and more affordable vacation, the rainy season may be a better option.

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