Costa Rica tour

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Explore the biodiversity and natural wonders of Costa Rica

15 days

Jan. 6 - 20, 2018

Situated between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Costa Rica boasts lush mountains, active volcanoes, and verdant valleys. It is easy to be at one with nature in Costa Rica than anywhere else in the world. Imagine blinking at the fluttering brilliance of a Blue Morpho Butterfly, spotting Three-toed Sloth napping in the forest canopy or cocking your head to return the inquisitive look of a giant Green Iguana.

Join Dignity Travel as we travel from volcanic mountain ranges to misty cloud forests, bountiful jungles and pristine beaches as we explore this intense biodiversity up close. It is almost impossible to believe that there could be so many wonders in such a small place without witnessing them for yourself.

Tour package

$6,695.00* per person (double occupancy)

$9,991.00* per person (single occupancy)


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 All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on estimated group size. A deposit of $3,000 per person is required to confirm your reservation. If traveling as a single occupant a $6,000 deposit is required. All major credit cards accepted for deposit. Deposit is fully refundable until final payment deadline minus any applicable processing fees.  Final payment is due by Dec. 1, 2017.

What makes this tour special?

  • Airport to hotel roundtrip transfers
  • Deluxe accessible hotel accommodations with daily breakfast
  • Accommodations include Arenal Volcano Observatory and beach resort

  • Lunch and dinner as indicated on tour itinerary
  • Entrance fees to listed attractions included
  • Visit to Volcano and Braulio Carrillo National Parks

  • Accessible catamaran  and rainforest canopy tours 

  • English-speaking local guides throughout tour
  • Tips for local guides and drivers included in package
  • Experienced care and tour hosts to assist throughout travel (based on group size)
  • Private adapted transportation
  • Personal care attendants and/or nurse (based on group size or arranged on an individual basis)
  • Roommates for single travelers may be arranged
  • Security and social opportunities of group travel experience

Tour itinerary

Jan. 06 - Arrive San Jose and transfer to hotel

Jan. 07 - City tour of San Jose

Jan. 08 - Visit to Poas Volcano National Park

Jan. 09 - Rainforest aerial tram tour

Jan. 10 - Tour of La Selva Biological Station

Jan. 11 - Transfer to Arenal Observation Lodge

Jan. 12 - Rainforest tour

Jan. 13 - Bird tour to Eco-center Danaus

Jan. 14 - Visit to Jaco Beach

Jan. 15 - Tour of Manuel Antonio National Park

Jan. 16 - Costa Rica coast catamaran tour

Jan. 17 - Free day at the resort

Jan. 18 - Free day at the resort

Jan. 19 - Transfer to San Jose

Jan. 20 - Transfer to airport for flight back to US

*Rates include all of the listed group benefits. Rates are subject to availability and are the same for accessible or non-accessible rooms. The number of accessible rooms are limited and available on a first come basis. Book early to guarantee your room choice. All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on group size. The rate does not include international airfare.

Tour highlights

Jan. 06 - San Jose

Arrive Costa Rica and transfer to hotel

Jan. 07 - San Jose

Enjoy a city tour of San Jose which includes the National Theater, National Museum and the University of Costa Rica. BLD

Jan. 08 - San Jose

Today we will have a coffee tour which includes and unforgettable roasting room. We will then visit the Poas Volcano National Park which features one of the World's largest geysers with a awesome crater almost a mile wide. BLD

Jan. 09 - San Jose/La Selva Biological Station

We depart San Jose today for the magnificent Braulio Carriillo National Park - where we will experience rainforest aerial tram tour through the canopy. BLD

Jan. 10 - La Selva Biological Station 

Today we will explore the virgin tropical forests and experience the high biological diversity it has to offer. BLD

Jan. 11 - La Selva Biological Station/Arenal Observatory

We travel to the Arenal volcano area today to experience the thrill and beauty of volcano observatory. BLD

Jan. 12 - Arenal Observatory

Today we will further explore the volcano observation area. BLD

Jan. 13  - Arenal Observatory

We will learn more about the conservation projects in Costa Rica at the Eco-center Danaus, which features a wide variety of birds. BLD

Jan. 14 - Arenal Observatory/Manuel Antonio National Park

Today we depart for one of the most visited tourist destinations of all Costa Rica – the Manuel Antonio National Park. It is one of the country’s most scenic and beautiful national parks and consist of primary and secondary forest. the most characteristic species of flora and fauna n the primary forest are the cow tree, silk cotton tree, coatamundi, two-toed sloth, the white-faced monkey and squirrel monkey. BLD

Jan. 15 - Manuel Antonio National Park

Today we will tour the national park and discover all the magnificent nature it has to offer. BLD

Jan. 16 - Manuel Antonio National Park

We will explore the coast of Costa Rica on a catamaran tour. We will search for dolphins, whales and enjoy the amazing sunset. BLD

Jan. 17 - Manuel Antonio National Park

You have a free day to enjoy the lodge, accessible swimming pool or the beautiful gardens. BLD

Jan. 18 - Manuel Antonio National Park

Enjoy another day on your own to explore the beautiful natural surroundings of the lodge or enjoy an afternoon siesta by the pool. BLD

Jan. 19 - Manuel Antonio National Park/San Jose

Today we depart for San Jose. We will arrive at our hotel after a scenic drive. BLD

Jan. 20 - San Jose

Transfer from the hotel to airport for your flight back to the US. B