Explore Costa Rica from the mountains to the sea
Every year thousands of tourists travel to Costa Rica but few get to experience this charismatic country's real way of life. On this Classic Costa Rica trip, stay with a local family in Santa Rosa de Pocosol and get your hands dirty on a nearby farm. Uncover jungle gems in Tortuguero and Sarapiqui; hot springs, waterfalls and a live volcano in La Fortuna; and white sandy beaches at Quepos - all set to a sizzling salsa beat. This adventure into the heart of tropical paradise will surely leave you wanting more.
Stroll through lively markets in San Jose
Explore the jungle in the Tortuguero National Park
Chill out to the sounds of nature in Sarapiqui
Soak off the day in La Fortuna hot springs
Get close to the coalface at Arenal Volcano
Discover the sultry Monteverde cloud forest
Shake your booty to the samba soundtrack of Costa Rica
Experience local life on a homestay in Santa Rosa de Pocosol
This itinerary is valid for departures from 01 January 2017 to 31 December 2017. View the itinerary for departures between 01 January 2018 - 31 December 2018
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On Day 1 there are no activities planned until the important welcome meeting at approximately 6pm. There are no activities planned for the final day.
A Single Supplement to have your own room is available for purchase on this trip.
Our Classic Costa Rica trips score an average of 4.68 out of 5 based on 148 reviews in the last year.
The trips I have taken with Intrepid have been informative, good experiences travelling with like minded people of a varied age range. Most of the trips have been originals and have included culture, food, different types of travel and natural wildlife and habitats.
Review submitted 20 Jul 2017
This trip had a lot of variety.Animals and birds were amazing.Take umbrellas daily in the wet season and be prepared for temperature changes
Review submitted 19 Jul 2017