Departure5 September 2021 I'm flexible
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BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Breakfast • Flights inc
13-nights • Until Dec 2022
Breakfast • Flights inc
11-nights • Until December 2022
About Costa Rica
Step out of dense jungle straight onto secluded white sandy beaches, hike around mist-topped lakes or kayak through this breathtaking tropical wilderness to emerge upon impressive, picturesque waterfalls.
World-class sustainability and infrastructure, a disbanded army (post WW2), with the funds re-directed into healthcare, education and the environment, this peaceful paradise is something to behold.
Not looking to spend your days hiking through rain forests or paddling through white water rapids, the beaches are just as impressive, as is the surf with perfect condition for beginners and pro's alike. The best bit, is that give its size, its possible to do it all with a relatively short break.
With average high's between 26°C and 28°C throughout the year, you'll never be short of plenty of sunshine, however, to avoid the rain, head there between December and March as the rainy season in Costa Rica is from April to November.
Cuisine in Costa Rica blends Native American, African and Spanish among others. Spaniards introduced a lot of new ingredients from other areas (particularly spices) and later, the African flavours were introduced with many Caribbean influences.
With some of the absolute best quality of life anywhere in Central America, not to mention the perfect waves, stunning sunsets and pristine beaches, Costa Rica is a sight to behold, so book your next trip now and see for yourself.
Costa Rica Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
2nd June 2021 by PommieTravelsA travel guide to Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Located in the northern Pacific region of Costa Rica, Guanacaste encapsulates the life-affirming notions of spiritual nourishment, peace, and harmony. That is what draws millions of visitors to this destination every year. The place is vast and includes the famous Gold coast, which is some 400 miles of the coastline where prime beaches are drawing suffers from worldwide. There are also other remote beaches at Nicoya Peninsular, ideal for travelers who seek tranquility and relaxation....
19th January 2021 by PommieTravels5 Costa Rica travel tips for an unforgettable holiday
Are you desperately craving a break from your mundane life? Does the idea of lazing around on a sunkissed beach sound amazing? How about going surfing in the crystal-clear Pacific waters or even indulging in snorkeling and scuba diving? Add some enigmatic volcanoes and exotic wildlife to that mix and you have the perfect Central American holiday. But what’s the best place to experience the most of Latin America as a tourist? Ask most avid travelers and they’ll echo a unanimous answer –...
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in May
May is, arguably, one of the best months of the year to take a break, across the globe. Mainly, because you can take advantage of the May Bank Holidays, but you’ve just missed the rush of the Easter season. Then, there’s absolutely gorgeous weather, from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean.You’re likely to find bargains too, for hotels, flights, cruises and all-inclusive deals, as prices drop after April. Get ready to pack your beach towel, don’t forget your flip flops and make the most...
22nd April 2020 by PommieTravelsHoliday activities and the best hotels in Jaco Costa Rica
Are you planning your next holiday and do not know what to choose between beaches, mountains or wildlife? There is one place in Central America that has it all and some volcanos on top of everything. I’m talking about Costa Rica, one of the most amazing destinations in the whole wide world. A place you will fall for once you get there....
Weather in Costa Rica
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Costa Rica