Visit the amazing surfing beaches of the Caribbean side. Continue on to visit one of Costa Rica’s most famous national park.
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Pacific and Caribbean Coast


Day 01

After your arrival at Juan Santamaría International Airport, we will transfer you to your hotel in the capital city of San Jose. Your 4X4 rental SUV with basic insurance and GPS will be delivered to you at the hotel.

Days 02–04

The day’s adventures will begin with a scenic drive across the mountains of Braulio Carillo National Park en route to the Costa Rican Caribbean surfing town of Puerto Viejo.

When you're not at the beach, you will experience a glimpse of the local culture by exploring Puerto Viejo’s great restaurants and bohemian shops along its bustling beach boulevard.

You will spend two half days tackling some of the country’s most challenging waves at world famous break points along the coast.

Days 05-07

You will drive across the Central Mountain Range and wind your way down to the picturesque Pacific Coast en route to the Manuel Antonio/Quepos area. If you want to spend some time out of the water, you can explore Manuel Antonio National Park, home of the beautiful coastal rainforest, white sandy beaches and capuchin monkeys.

Spend two half days between the National Park and other breakpoints that are a short walk or drive from Manuel Antonio.

Day 08

From Manuel Antonio, you will navigate to the Juan Santamaria International Airport in San José for your return flight home. (Please consult the airport regarding departure times for international flights).


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Children (Under 12 yrs old)
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“We had a great time, just waiting today in Fort Worth for our flight back to Australia. Thought the guides in the National Parks were excellent, especially in Cloud Forest Monteverde where he went all out to find a quetzal and we did see one!”
- Truus and Patrick -
June 8, 2015