We have spent many years exploring Costa Rica and have complied information about the best Costa Rica vacation destinations to make your vacation planning easier. We can help you decide where to stay in Costa Rica. Costa Rica is a beautifully diverse country with so much to see and do. We can also suggest the best places to visit in Costa Rica. In fact, many people decide to travel throughout the country, choosing 2 -3 destinations for a 7 to 10 day-long Costa Rica vacation. Others decide to stay in one place to get to know the area and culture. The choice is up to you! Once you know where you want to go, we can help you choose activities, hotels and transport. Our well-traveled Adventure Specialists will help you plan the perfect Costa Rica vacation and you the best places where to stay in Costa Rica!
Alajuela is a small city located just outside of Costa Rica's capital city, San Jose. It is the home to Costa Rica's largest airport and the starting point to many people's vacations. While there are many nice hotels and restaurants to visit, many choose to explore them on the days before or after their flights to shorten their travel times. For the rest of their vacations, they visit the Arenal Volcano or the lovely beaches that Costa Rica has to offer!
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San Jose is the main city located near the international airport just 30 minutes from the city's center at Alajuela (SJO.) There are many hotel options near the airport, but you may want to try something closer to the center of San Jose for more nightlife and shopping opportunities. There are interesting day tours you can do with local providers who take you to the more-authentic parts of town, so be sure to ask us how to sign up for these off-the-beaten path tours. Read More ›]
Costa Rica has seven volcanoes that are declared active and the Turrialba Volcano is the most recent volcano to put on an impressive
show. It erupted with a massive explosion at the end of October,
2014 and for that, you will love the sightseeing tour of the Turrialba
Volcano. You can smell of sulfur in the
air and see a light dusting of sparkly
grey ash floating around the charred remains of trees. You can feel the
the volcano in the foreground. For volcano chasers and pretty much all tourists, the Turrialba area has a
lot to offer, including interesting farm tours to learn about organic and
sustainable processes and even participate in the making of some of the
most delicious artisanal cheese made by dedicated, young cheese artists.Read More ›]