Book a Private Tour in Costa Rica for the Best One-on-One Service with Desafío
by Christine Larson-Krishnan
A mother of two teen-aged boys mentioned the other day how great it was that she and her husband and elderly mother-in-law were able to do our Arenal Hanging Bridges walking tour all alone with our guide Hanzel.
"We got such a great one on one experience with your guide," she told me. "We had Hanzel all to ourselves! He took his time to point out how to spot a snake in the wild and my kids were so excited, but he still made the tour easy-going for my 72-year-old mother in law." She then decided to change her reservations with us to all private tours in Costa Rica as an upgraded option.
I heard from her later and she said "private tours are the way to go and it wasn't that much more expensive. You should tell all of your clients to book private tours in Costa Rica!"
So a new topic for our blog was born.
Private tours do allow for great flexibility during your trip to Costa Rica. You can request a private bilingual guide and driver to assist you during all of your travels in Costa Rica or just on certain excursions for any parts of the country. You can take your time stopping along the way and going to more out of the way and off the beaten path places in Costa Rica on your private tour.
Our private Costa Rica guides take special care to show you their Costa Rica. Although we pride ourselves on small-group experiences, it's sometimes hard for a guide to provide truly individualized attention to everyone in their groups.
Our clients have commented that having a private Costa Rican
guide all to their own feels more authentic and is a great way to get to
know the real Costa Rica.
There are many tours in the Arenal Volcano area on a Costa Rica family vacation with children that are good options for private tours, such as the Monkey Boat Safari float, volcano hike to the Arenal Volcano, our Arenal COMBO visiting the La Fortuna Waterfall, Arenal Hanging Bridges and local La Fortuna hot springs. You can also book our Cooking Class and Dinner and go with your own private guide.
If you plan to do a private rafting trip in Costa Rica,
you will be picked up in the comfort of your own van equipped with FREE
WiFi and private guide to provide a personalized safety talk just for
you. Your belongings stay safe and well-looked after by your driver in
the van while you are on your exciting rafting trip. And a private
canyoning tour means you head deep into the Costa Rica rainforest...
just you, the waterfalls and the sounds of the jungle all around you,
guided by your own professional, certified guides to show you the way.
A private hike in a Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is also a great way to really learn more in-depth about the natural environment of that unique mountain top region. And if you plan your vacation with a couple nights in the capital city of San José, we also recommend a private San José City Day Tour.
If you want to meet fellow travelers on our tours, but want to travel in the most-efficent way from place to place, we can also provide private transfers or private Adventure Connections.
does have limited space on its private tours and private transfers, so
be sure to book early to make sure we can set you up with the perfect
private guide and transport for your vacation in Costa Rica.
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