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Way to San Jose Overview
- 2011-01-01 - 2015-12-31
See the 'Greatest Hits' of Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica
Get ready for a fast-paced adventure through the best of Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. From oceans teeming with marine life to cloud forests alive with jungle melodies, this pocket of Central America is something of a natural paradise. Whether you're shopping in colonial Antigua, exploring the intricately carved Copan ruins, diving into the crystal blue waters of Honduras' Roatan Islands or taking a night tour of Arenal Volcano in La Fortuna, you'll get a wonderful insight into Central America during this incredible adventure.
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Declared a World Heritage site due to its well-preserved buildings, Antigua is a bewitching city sheltered between three volcanoes with wonderful food and atmospheric streets.
The southernmost of the great Mayan sites for which Central America is famed, the ancient ruins of Copan feature huge carved faces staring out from ancient walls.
Roatan Island is one of the famous Bay Islands - an archipelago of coral islands set in the Caribbean known for their laidback atmosphere and amazing underwater treasures.
Picturesque colonial beauty meets modern life in Comayagua. This historic political centre has a wealth of Spanish Colonial architecture, including some of Central America's most impressive churches.
Oozing with colonial charm, Granada is the oldest city of the 'New World' - it was founded on the shores of Lake Nicaragua in 1524.
Beautifully located within Lake Nicaragua, Ometepe Island is formed by two volcanoes which rise from the lake. Its hourglass shape is home to great beaches, fascinating petroglyphs and diverse wildlife.
Monteverde's Cloud Forest Reserve is a true nature lover's paradise. Lush, green and teeming with colorful butterflies, unique plants and exotic creatures.
Sitting in the shadow of Costa Rica's majestic Arenal Volcano, La Fortuna offers steaming hot springs and endless outdoor activities.
With over half the country's population living within its parameters, San Jose is a bustling city with lively markets, intriguing museums and a dynamic atmosphere.
Way to San Jose Reviews
Our Way to San Jose trips score an average of 4.46 out of 5 based on 177 reviews in the last year.
Way to San Jose, May 2014
Fantastic tour, and great locations to include on the tour. There wasn't very much at all that I could complain about on this tour. Eddie is an amazing tour leader. You can see that he loves his job, and bends over backwards to make sure that we all have an amazing experience.
Review submitted 27/06/2014
Way to San Jose, May 2014
Great guy and a lot of fun. Would only suggest that he considers all budgets for the places he suggests for group dinners as often they were too expensive and a few of us were quite embarrassed when we had to leave to find something cheaper. Also, it would be better if he could explain the optional activities while on the transport as we approach the town/city as it gives us longer to discuss and decide what we want to do. I often felt very rushed to make a decision and didn't have time to discuss it with my partner.
Review submitted 26/06/2014
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