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Three Itinerary Ideas for Costa Rica

People looking to come to Costa Rica for the first time often wonder about what to do in the time that they have. It’s a tough call as the simple answer is that there’s so much that one can do. It depends on time and money. The best thing to do would be to contact a professional travel consultant in Costa Rica. But in the meantime here’s something to whet your appetite.

Seven-Night Trip

  • Day 1. Arrive at the airport and transfer to Arenal Volcano.
  • Day 2. Adventure activity in Arenal (zip lining + volcano hiking).
  • Day 3. Adventure activity in Arenal (whitewater rafting or jungle kayaking).
  • Day 4. Transfer to the beach (Guanacaste or Central Pacific).
  • Day 5. Water activity (sailing, surfing, etc).
  • Days 6-7. Relaxing at the beach and exploring alone.
  • Day 8. Transfer to airport.

Ten-Night Trip

  • Day 1. Arrive at the airport and transfer to Arenal Volcano.
  • Day 2. Adventure activity in Arenal (volcano hiking).
  • Day 3. Adventure activity in Arenal (whitewater rafting or jungle kayaking).
  • Day 4. Transfer to cloud forest (Monteverde).
  • Day 5. Cloud forest zip lining and nature hike.
  • Day 6. Transfer to the beach (Guanacaste or Central Pacific).
  • Day 7. Water activity (sailing, surfing, etc).
  • Days 8-10. Relaxing at the beach and exploring alone.
  • Day 11. Transfer to airport.

Fourteen-Night Trip

  • Day 1. Arrive at the airport and transfer to a city hotel.
  • Days 2-3. Explore Costa Rica’s capital city of San Jose.
  • Day 4. Transfer to Arenal Volcano.
  • Day 5. Adventure activity in Arenal (volcano hiking).
  • Day 6. Adventure activity in Arenal (whitewater rafting or jungle kayaking).
  • Day 7. Transfer to cloud forest.
  • Day 8. Cloud forest zip lining and nature hike.
  • Day 9. Transfer to the beach (Guanacaste or Central Pacific).
  • Day 10. Water activity (sailing, surfing, etc).
  • Days 11-14. Relaxing at the beach and exploring alone.
  • Day 15. Transfer to airport.

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