Travel to Costa Rica and experience its incredible natural attractions
Even in a region well known for its natural diversity, Costa Rica is still a stand out. Thanks to a longstanding tradition of preserving its natural assets, much of the country’s verdant rainforest still stands, opportunities for nature-based adventures abound and the beaches on both coasts are in exceptional nick. As a result, the nation’s cultural riches can oft end up overlooked – but here too the country has much to offer. Costa Ricans are widely regarded as some of the world’s friendliest people and on this trip – in between exploring the country’s most famous national parks –you’ll get to know them while lending a hand on a rural farmstay and kicking back in the rustic beach town of Quepos.
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Wander through the artisan stalls of San Jose’s Plaza de la Cultura
Learn some home-cooked recipes on a visit to the Juanilama agricultural community
Hike the forested jungle trails of Manuel Antonio National Park
Take a soak in La Fortuna’s lava-heated thermal springs
Try to spy the resplendent quetzal in Monteverde’s cloud forest
Chill out amid Quepos’ blissed out surf town vibe
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START AND END TIME:
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.
JANUARY 2018 DEPARTURES:
Please be aware the JANUARY 2018 departures will run as per the 2017 Itinerary - the departures are not linked to the correct itinerary on the web due to system limitations. Please ensure you have the 2017 version of the Trip notes if you are on a departure in January 2018.
The difference being that January departures are a Tuesday start meaning travellers will get to visit Manual Antonio National Park for the morning of Day 8 (because the park is closed on Mondays which falls on Day 7).
From FEBRUARY 2018, the Costa Rica Experience QVSS will depart on a Saturday so that there is a full day to explore the park on day 7 (being a Friday).
Our Costa Rica Experience trips score an average of 4.54 out of 5 based on 111 reviews in the last year.
It was a great experience!we had chance to meet local people and see not touristic places.it was like a backpacker tarvel were everything is organized..good job!
Review submitted 16 Jan 2018
Costa Rica was beautiful and friendly and my group was fantastic. He aware of how many activities are actually included. There aren't many in this trip so the experience cost quite a bit more. Booking extra hotel nights through Intrepid is more expensive!
Review submitted 07 Jan 2018