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Trip Length:
10 nights/11 days
Trip Type:
Couples' Escape

ROAM Signature Getaway

$3,975.00
per person from:

$3,100.00

It’s no wonder Costa Rica’s name means “Rich Coast”. Every facet of this country captures the senses with natural scenery and vibrant culture. Mighty volcanoes, lush jungles filled with exotic wildlife, pristine beaches, and warm, friendly people make this country a paradise of peace and tranquility. Take a walk on the wild side in Tortuguero, get an adrenaline rush in Arenal, explore the swirling mists of the cloud forest, and then finally, wind down and catch your breath on the idyllic beaches of Manuel Antonio.

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Activity Type:
Experiences for Two
Romantic, unique escapes for two, featuring beautiful surroundings, plenty of downtime, and private, magical moments to make your trip truly unforgettable. Visit exotic locales, stay in premium accommodations brimming with local charm, and enjoy just the right mix of culture, nature and relaxation.
Trip Highlights:
  • exotic jungle & deserted beaches
  • volcano hike & hot springs with dinner
  • two wildlife boat safaris
  • Rio Celeste hike
  • zip line adventure
  • one private dinner for two
  • beach time
Trip Highlights:
  • exotic jungle & deserted beaches
  • volcano hike & hot springs with dinner
  • two wildlife boat safaris
  • Rio Celeste hike
  • zip line adventure
  • one private dinner for two
  • beach time

Day 1, San José:

After you arrive to San José’s Juan Santamaría International Airport, you’ll be met by your driver and whisked away to an oasis in the heart of the city – the elegant Grano de Oro Hotel. Take to the city on foot and discover historic architecture, tree-lined boulevards and the delightfully chaotic street-life of Costa Rica’s capital, or catch up on some well-deserved rest to prepare you for an action-packed day tomorrow.

Day 2, San José to Tortuguero:

Your jungle adventure begins today as you step off your early morning flight into Tortuguero, an expansive national park characterized by a labyrinth of rivers and canals running through lush virgin rainforest brimming with wildlife. Check into your all-inclusive retreat at Tortuga Lodge & Gardens and enjoy a tropical lunch in the open-air restaurant overlooking the river.

Spend your afternoon poolside or exploring the self-guided lodge trails.

Day 3, Tortuguero:

In a world where roads and trails don’t exist, the only way to explore is by boat. A day in Tortuguero isn’t complete without a meandering cruise through the canals that run through the 77 000 acre reserve. In the early morning hours, you’re likely to catch wildlife seeking their energy source for the day. Howler monkeys, Northern Jacanas, and even river otters will be out hunting, while caimans quietly wait for their next meal.

Head back to the lodge for lunch and a swim and then back out into the park for the afternoon, when you’re likely to catch egrets and herons moving toward their nests, and white-faced capuchins and spider monkeys cruising through the rainforest canopy until sunset. As the afternoon light dims, the cacophony of the forest comes to a climax, and then as if on cue, quiet.

If you’re traveling between June & September, ask us about adding a turtle nesting tour to your package.

Day 4, Tortuguero to La Fortuna:

Today you'll fly to La Fortuna, Costa Rica’s adventure capital. Check in to gorgeous Nayara Resort, and spend the morning exploring the magical setting that you will call home for the next two days. In the afternoon, set out for a leisurely hike of Arenal Reserve to take in stunning views and spot rainforest wildlife along trails that skirt the volcano’s base. Next, head to the luxe Tabacón Hot Springs for dinner and some R&R, as you soak your tired muscles in dozens of warm pools of varying sizes, temperatures, and degrees of privacy, and let the sounds of the cascading waterfalls lull you into a state of deep relaxation.

Day 5, La Fortuna:

Your adventure today will have you exploring one of Costa Rica’s best kept secrets on a hike through dense rainforest in Tenorio Volcano National Park. Hike along the Celeste River, and observe one of nature’s most intriguing phenomena – where two brooks merge, turning clear water into a divine turquoise hue. This chemical reaction, due to the volcanic minerals in the water, makes for an astounding and memorable sight. Bring your camera!

Day 6, La Fortuna to Monteverde:

In the morning, head west on a shuttle and boat transfer across Lake Arenal to Santa Elena, a quiet rural town set against rolling hills. Ascend into the lush cloud forest that carpets the slopes of the Monteverde Reserve, to the elegant Hotel Belmar. Pay a visit to the hanging bridges, kick back with a book on your private deck, or set out to try to catch a glimpse of the Resplendent Quetzal, a beautiful bird with an iridescent green body, red breast, and long tail plumes.

Day 7, Monteverde:

Begin the day with a hearty breakfast before riding into the mists of the cloud forest to get a taste of adrenaline in the place where zip lining began! Monteverde’s Original Canopy Tour, developed in 1992, was the first zip line in the world designed to be a recreational activity for travelers. Get your heart racing on a thrilling series of 15 zip lines that crisscross over 1 200 acres of private virgin cloud forest preserve.

Day 8, Monteverde to Manuel Antonio:

Today, you’re off to the enchanting Central Pacific Coast, where jungle meets sea. Settle into your luxurious digs at Arenas del Mar Resort, and acclimatize to the laid-back beachy vibe of Manuel Antonio while enjoying phenomenal ocean and lush forest views from your balcony while monkeys play in the trees overhead.

Day 9, Manuel Antonio:

Enjoy the day at your leisure today. Take a dip in the ocean near Arenas del Mar, or walk down to Manuel Antonio National Park to experience some of the most picturesque beaches that Costa Rica has to offer – the park boasts three private, protected coves with powdery white sand and calm, turquoise and blue water. Then, after your last spectacular Pacific sunset, dine with your toes in the sand at a romantic, candlelit table for two. Indulge in exotic flavors, tropical smoothies and warm breezes to wrap up a truly memorable vacation.

Day 10, Manuel Antonio to San José:

Take a last walk down the beach, or a dip in the ocean after breakfast. Then, catch a quick one-hour flight from Quepos to San José and head back to the Grano de Oro to rest up before your travel day tomorrow. Adios!

Day 11, Departure:

Transfer to the international airport to embark on your journey home. Adios!

After you arrive to San José’s Juan Santamaría International Airport, you’ll be met by your driver and whisked away to an oasis in the heart of the city – the elegant Grano de Oro Hotel. Take to the city on foot and discover historic architecture, tree-lined boulevards and the delightfully chaotic street-life of Costa Rica’s capital, or catch up on some well-deserved rest to prepare you for an action-packed day tomorrow.

Your jungle adventure begins today as you step off your early morning flight into Tortuguero, an expansive national park characterized by a labyrinth of rivers and canals running through lush virgin rainforest brimming with wildlife. Check into your all-inclusive retreat at Tortuga Lodge & Gardens and enjoy a tropical lunch in the open-air restaurant overlooking the river.

Spend your afternoon poolside or exploring the self-guided lodge trails.

In a world where roads and trails don’t exist, the only way to explore is by boat. A day in Tortuguero isn’t complete without a meandering cruise through the canals that run through the 77 000 acre reserve. In the early morning hours, you’re likely to catch wildlife seeking their energy source for the day. Howler monkeys, Northern Jacanas, and even river otters will be out hunting, while caimans quietly wait for their next meal.

Head back to the lodge for lunch and a swim and then back out into the park for the afternoon, when you’re likely to catch egrets and herons moving toward their nests, and white-faced capuchins and spider monkeys cruising through the rainforest canopy until sunset. As the afternoon light dims, the cacophony of the forest comes to a climax, and then as if on cue, quiet.

If you’re traveling between June & September, ask us about adding a turtle nesting tour to your package.

Today you'll fly to La Fortuna, Costa Rica’s adventure capital. Check in to gorgeous Nayara Resort, and spend the morning exploring the magical setting that you will call home for the next two days. In the afternoon, set out for a leisurely hike of Arenal Reserve to take in stunning views and spot rainforest wildlife along trails that skirt the volcano’s base. Next, head to the luxe Tabacón Hot Springs for dinner and some R&R, as you soak your tired muscles in dozens of warm pools of varying sizes, temperatures, and degrees of privacy, and let the sounds of the cascading waterfalls lull you into a state of deep relaxation.

Your adventure today will have you exploring one of Costa Rica’s best kept secrets on a hike through dense rainforest in Tenorio Volcano National Park. Hike along the Celeste River, and observe one of nature’s most intriguing phenomena – where two brooks merge, turning clear water into a divine turquoise hue. This chemical reaction, due to the volcanic minerals in the water, makes for an astounding and memorable sight. Bring your camera!

In the morning, head west on a shuttle and boat transfer across Lake Arenal to Santa Elena, a quiet rural town set against rolling hills. Ascend into the lush cloud forest that carpets the slopes of the Monteverde Reserve, to the elegant Hotel Belmar. Pay a visit to the hanging bridges, kick back with a book on your private deck, or set out to try to catch a glimpse of the Resplendent Quetzal, a beautiful bird with an iridescent green body, red breast, and long tail plumes.

Begin the day with a hearty breakfast before riding into the mists of the cloud forest to get a taste of adrenaline in the place where zip lining began! Monteverde’s Original Canopy Tour, developed in 1992, was the first zip line in the world designed to be a recreational activity for travelers. Get your heart racing on a thrilling series of 15 zip lines that crisscross over 1 200 acres of private virgin cloud forest preserve.

Today, you’re off to the enchanting Central Pacific Coast, where jungle meets sea. Settle into your luxurious digs at Arenas del Mar Resort, and acclimatize to the laid-back beachy vibe of Manuel Antonio while enjoying phenomenal ocean and lush forest views from your balcony while monkeys play in the trees overhead.

Enjoy the day at your leisure today. Take a dip in the ocean near Arenas del Mar, or walk down to Manuel Antonio National Park to experience some of the most picturesque beaches that Costa Rica has to offer – the park boasts three private, protected coves with powdery white sand and calm, turquoise and blue water. Then, after your last spectacular Pacific sunset, dine with your toes in the sand at a romantic, candlelit table for two. Indulge in exotic flavors, tropical smoothies and warm breezes to wrap up a truly memorable vacation.

Take a last walk down the beach, or a dip in the ocean after breakfast. Then, catch a quick one-hour flight from Quepos to San José and head back to the Grano de Oro to rest up before your travel day tomorrow. Adios!

Transfer to the international airport to embark on your journey home. Adios!

Day 1, San José:

After you arrive to San José’s Juan Santamaría International Airport, you’ll be met by your driver and whisked away to an oasis in the heart of the city – the elegant Grano de Oro Hotel. Take to the city on foot and discover historic architecture, tree-lined boulevards and the delightfully chaotic street-life of Costa Rica’s capital, or catch up on some well-deserved rest to prepare you for an action-packed day tomorrow.

Day 2, San José to Tortuguero:

Your jungle adventure begins today as you step off your early morning flight into Tortuguero, an expansive national park characterized by a labyrinth of rivers and canals running through lush virgin rainforest brimming with wildlife. Check into your all-inclusive retreat at Tortuga Lodge & Gardens and enjoy a tropical lunch in the open-air restaurant overlooking the river.

Spend your afternoon poolside or exploring the self-guided lodge trails.

Day 3, Tortuguero:

In a world where roads and trails don’t exist, the only way to explore is by boat. A day in Tortuguero isn’t complete without a meandering cruise through the canals that run through the 77 000 acre reserve. In the early morning hours, you’re likely to catch wildlife seeking their energy source for the day. Howler monkeys, Northern Jacanas, and even river otters will be out hunting, while caimans quietly wait for their next meal.

Head back to the lodge for lunch and a swim and then back out into the park for the afternoon, when you’re likely to catch egrets and herons moving toward their nests, and white-faced capuchins and spider monkeys cruising through the rainforest canopy until sunset. As the afternoon light dims, the cacophony of the forest comes to a climax, and then as if on cue, quiet.

If you’re traveling between June & September, ask us about adding a turtle nesting tour to your package.

Day 4, Tortuguero to La Fortuna:

Today you'll fly to La Fortuna, Costa Rica’s adventure capital. Check in to gorgeous Nayara Resort, and spend the morning exploring the magical setting that you will call home for the next two days. In the afternoon, set out for a leisurely hike of Arenal Reserve to take in stunning views and spot rainforest wildlife along trails that skirt the volcano’s base. Next, head to the luxe Tabacón Hot Springs for dinner and some R&R, as you soak your tired muscles in dozens of warm pools of varying sizes, temperatures, and degrees of privacy, and let the sounds of the cascading waterfalls lull you into a state of deep relaxation.

Day 5, La Fortuna:

Your adventure today will have you exploring one of Costa Rica’s best kept secrets on a hike through dense rainforest in Tenorio Volcano National Park. Hike along the Celeste River, and observe one of nature’s most intriguing phenomena – where two brooks merge, turning clear water into a divine turquoise hue. This chemical reaction, due to the volcanic minerals in the water, makes for an astounding and memorable sight. Bring your camera!

Day 6, La Fortuna to Monteverde:

In the morning, head west on a shuttle and boat transfer across Lake Arenal to Santa Elena, a quiet rural town set against rolling hills. Ascend into the lush cloud forest that carpets the slopes of the Monteverde Reserve, to the elegant Hotel Belmar. Pay a visit to the hanging bridges, kick back with a book on your private deck, or set out to try to catch a glimpse of the Resplendent Quetzal, a beautiful bird with an iridescent green body, red breast, and long tail plumes.

Day 7, Monteverde:

Begin the day with a hearty breakfast before riding into the mists of the cloud forest to get a taste of adrenaline in the place where zip lining began! Monteverde’s Original Canopy Tour, developed in 1992, was the first zip line in the world designed to be a recreational activity for travelers. Get your heart racing on a thrilling series of 15 zip lines that crisscross over 1 200 acres of private virgin cloud forest preserve.

Day 8, Monteverde to Manuel Antonio:

Today, you’re off to the enchanting Central Pacific Coast, where jungle meets sea. Settle into your luxurious digs at Arenas del Mar Resort, and acclimatize to the laid-back beachy vibe of Manuel Antonio while enjoying phenomenal ocean and lush forest views from your balcony while monkeys play in the trees overhead.

Day 9, Manuel Antonio:

Enjoy the day at your leisure today. Take a dip in the ocean near Arenas del Mar, or walk down to Manuel Antonio National Park to experience some of the most picturesque beaches that Costa Rica has to offer – the park boasts three private, protected coves with powdery white sand and calm, turquoise and blue water. Then, after your last spectacular Pacific sunset, dine with your toes in the sand at a romantic, candlelit table for two. Indulge in exotic flavors, tropical smoothies and warm breezes to wrap up a truly memorable vacation.

Day 10, Manuel Antonio to San José:

Take a last walk down the beach, or a dip in the ocean after breakfast. Then, catch a quick one-hour flight from Quepos to San José and head back to the Grano de Oro to rest up before your travel day tomorrow. Adios!

Day 11, Departure:

Transfer to the international airport to embark on your journey home. Adios!

After you arrive to San José’s Juan Santamaría International Airport, you’ll be met by your driver and whisked away to an oasis in the heart of the city – the elegant Grano de Oro Hotel. Take to the city on foot and discover historic architecture, tree-lined boulevards and the delightfully chaotic street-life of Costa Rica’s capital, or catch up on some well-deserved rest to prepare you for an action-packed day tomorrow.

Your jungle adventure begins today as you step off your early morning flight into Tortuguero, an expansive national park characterized by a labyrinth of rivers and canals running through lush virgin rainforest brimming with wildlife. Check into your all-inclusive retreat at Tortuga Lodge & Gardens and enjoy a tropical lunch in the open-air restaurant overlooking the river.

Spend your afternoon poolside or exploring the self-guided lodge trails.

In a world where roads and trails don’t exist, the only way to explore is by boat. A day in Tortuguero isn’t complete without a meandering cruise through the canals that run through the 77 000 acre reserve. In the early morning hours, you’re likely to catch wildlife seeking their energy source for the day. Howler monkeys, Northern Jacanas, and even river otters will be out hunting, while caimans quietly wait for their next meal.

Head back to the lodge for lunch and a swim and then back out into the park for the afternoon, when you’re likely to catch egrets and herons moving toward their nests, and white-faced capuchins and spider monkeys cruising through the rainforest canopy until sunset. As the afternoon light dims, the cacophony of the forest comes to a climax, and then as if on cue, quiet.

If you’re traveling between June & September, ask us about adding a turtle nesting tour to your package.

Today you'll fly to La Fortuna, Costa Rica’s adventure capital. Check in to gorgeous Nayara Resort, and spend the morning exploring the magical setting that you will call home for the next two days. In the afternoon, set out for a leisurely hike of Arenal Reserve to take in stunning views and spot rainforest wildlife along trails that skirt the volcano’s base. Next, head to the luxe Tabacón Hot Springs for dinner and some R&R, as you soak your tired muscles in dozens of warm pools of varying sizes, temperatures, and degrees of privacy, and let the sounds of the cascading waterfalls lull you into a state of deep relaxation.

Your adventure today will have you exploring one of Costa Rica’s best kept secrets on a hike through dense rainforest in Tenorio Volcano National Park. Hike along the Celeste River, and observe one of nature’s most intriguing phenomena – where two brooks merge, turning clear water into a divine turquoise hue. This chemical reaction, due to the volcanic minerals in the water, makes for an astounding and memorable sight. Bring your camera!

In the morning, head west on a shuttle and boat transfer across Lake Arenal to Santa Elena, a quiet rural town set against rolling hills. Ascend into the lush cloud forest that carpets the slopes of the Monteverde Reserve, to the elegant Hotel Belmar. Pay a visit to the hanging bridges, kick back with a book on your private deck, or set out to try to catch a glimpse of the Resplendent Quetzal, a beautiful bird with an iridescent green body, red breast, and long tail plumes.

Begin the day with a hearty breakfast before riding into the mists of the cloud forest to get a taste of adrenaline in the place where zip lining began! Monteverde’s Original Canopy Tour, developed in 1992, was the first zip line in the world designed to be a recreational activity for travelers. Get your heart racing on a thrilling series of 15 zip lines that crisscross over 1 200 acres of private virgin cloud forest preserve.

Today, you’re off to the enchanting Central Pacific Coast, where jungle meets sea. Settle into your luxurious digs at Arenas del Mar Resort, and acclimatize to the laid-back beachy vibe of Manuel Antonio while enjoying phenomenal ocean and lush forest views from your balcony while monkeys play in the trees overhead.

Enjoy the day at your leisure today. Take a dip in the ocean near Arenas del Mar, or walk down to Manuel Antonio National Park to experience some of the most picturesque beaches that Costa Rica has to offer – the park boasts three private, protected coves with powdery white sand and calm, turquoise and blue water. Then, after your last spectacular Pacific sunset, dine with your toes in the sand at a romantic, candlelit table for two. Indulge in exotic flavors, tropical smoothies and warm breezes to wrap up a truly memorable vacation.

Take a last walk down the beach, or a dip in the ocean after breakfast. Then, catch a quick one-hour flight from Quepos to San José and head back to the Grano de Oro to rest up before your travel day tomorrow. Adios!

Transfer to the international airport to embark on your journey home. Adios!

  • 2 nights Hotel Grano de Oro, San José
  • 2 nights Tortuga Lodge & Gardens, Tortuguero
  • 2 nights Nayara Resort, La Fortuna
  • 2 nights Hotel Belmar, Monteverde
  • 2 nights Arenas del Mar Resort, Manuel Antonio
  • fresh, locally & sustainably-sourced gourmet breakfasts
  • 2 lunches, 2 dinners at Tortuga Lodge
  • 2 wildlife boat safaris
  • volcano hike & hot springs with dinner
  • guided Rio Celeste hike
  • zip line excursion
  • private candlelit dinner for two
  • ground transportation
  • domestic flight from San José to Tortuguero
  • domestic flight from Tortuguero to La Fortuna
  • domestic flight from Quepos to San José
  • taxes (13% Costa Rican tourism tax)
  • international airfare
  • visa, tourist card, or other entry requirements
  • additional meals
  • additional activities & excursions
  • travel insurance
  • gratuities
  • 2 nights Hotel Grano de Oro, San José
  • 2 nights Tortuga Lodge & Gardens, Tortuguero
  • 2 nights Nayara Resort, La Fortuna
  • 2 nights Hotel Belmar, Monteverde
  • 2 nights Arenas del Mar Resort, Manuel Antonio
  • fresh, locally & sustainably-sourced gourmet breakfasts
  • 2 lunches, 2 dinners at Tortuga Lodge
  • 2 wildlife boat safaris
  • volcano hike & hot springs with dinner
  • guided Rio Celeste hike
  • zip line excursion
  • private candlelit dinner for two
  • ground transportation
  • domestic flight from San José to Tortuguero
  • domestic flight from Tortuguero to La Fortuna
  • domestic flight from Quepos to San José
  • taxes (13% Costa Rican tourism tax)
  • international airfare
  • visa, tourist card, or other entry requirements
  • additional meals
  • additional activities & excursions
  • travel insurance
  • gratuities
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Accommodations
Hotel Grano de Oro, San José
Room Type: Superior

Located in the historic residential neighborhood of Barrio Don Bosco, this upscale boutique hotel is within walking distance of many of the top sights in San José. Traditional, elegant rooms feature antique furniture and handmade tile flooring. The onsite restaurant, run by a French-trained chef, wraps around a lovely open-air indoor patio and bromeliad-filled gardens, and is one of the city’s premier dining venues. Our favorite part? The rooftop terrace, featuring city and distant volcano views, feels like an oasis in the heart of the capital. A superb place to relax before or after a long travel day.

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Air conditioning
  • Free wifi
  • Rooftop hot tub
  • Full service restaurant
  • Terrace & garden
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Currency exchange
  • Laundry service
  • Onsite massage
  • Gift shop
  • Room service


Tortuga Lodge & Gardens, Tortuguero
Room Type: River View Balcony Suite

Offering rustic luxury in quiet, tranquil style surrounded by acres of landscaped gardens and tropical forest, the accommodations feature 27 spacious, comfortable rooms that channel a 19th-century safari vibe, with creamy linens, handmade textiles, vintage photos and broad terraces that invite lounging.

An open-air bar and restaurant serves delicious Caribbean-inspired fusion dishes, and the riverside pool is in a prime spot for wildlife viewing. The lodge is located right next to the national park, but there is plenty of wildlife on the grounds, too. Take a wander along the trails behind the lodge and explore!

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Free wifi
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Massage services
  • Terrace & gardens
  • Full-service restaurant
  • Bar
  • Private hiking trails
  • Concierge
  • Luggage storage
  • Laundry service
  • Safety deposit box


Nayara Resort, Spa and Gardens, La Fortuna
Room Type: Rainforest Villa

Built using tropical, eco-conscious design, the Arenal Nayara Resort is paradise found – a marriage of comfort and style surrounded by breathtaking natural splendor, with unparalleled views of the famous Arenal Volcano. Drawing inspiration from local culture and the surrounding landscape, the rooms and villas are elegantly furnished and designed to provide as much privacy as possible. Each suite promises a sublimely romantic experience, with a private outdoor shower, and an expansive wrap-around terrace featuring a volcano-view Jacuzzi for two. As an added bonus, if you’re looking for something extra special, the spa offers a variety of couples and combination spa treatments, with everything from volcanic mud facials to relaxing aromatherapy massages.

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Air conditioning
  • Free wifi
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Private jacuzzi
  • Spa services
  • Fitness centre
  • Terrace & gardens
  • Full-service restaurant
  • Wine bar
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Luggage storage
  • Laundry service
  • Currency exchance
  • Safety deposit box
  • Room service


Hotel Belmar, Monteverde
Room Type: Nicoya Suite

An intimate, elegant Austrian chalet-style ecolodge, Hotel Belmar is located near the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, a unique region with an ideal habitat for countless species of flora and fauna. A quiet retreat located in the countryside, the Belmar suites offer luxury, seclusion, and expansive views of the cloud forest and the Nicoya Peninsula to the west.

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Free wifi
  • Spa facilities
  • Yoga classes
  • Hot tub
  • Massage services
  • Terrace & gardens
  • Full service restaurant
  • Concierge
  • Luggage storage
  • Currency exchange
  • Laundry services
  • Gift shop
  • Safety deposit box
  • Room service


Arenas del Mar Beachfront & Rainforest Resort, Manuel Antonio
Room Type: Ocean-View Superior

Located on an idyllic hillside sloping down to pristine, almost-deserted beach, this luxury hotel features chic ocean-view suites, surrounded by lush, wildlife-filled tropical forest. Sink into the total comfort of meticulously designed suites, defined by a blend of luscious textures, vibrant local art, and elegant contemporary details. Two onsite restaurants serve innovative, unique dishes, should you wish to dine by one of two pools or on your spacious, private ocean-view terrace as you watch monkeys crawl through the trees overhead.

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Air conditioning
  • Free wifi
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Private beach
  • Spa services
  • Fitness centre
  • Terrace & gardens
  • Full-service restaurant
  • Bar
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Luggage storage
  • Laundry service
  • Currency exchance
  • Safety deposit box
  • Room service
  • Gift shop
Room Type: Superior

Located in the historic residential neighborhood of Barrio Don Bosco, this upscale boutique hotel is within walking distance of many of the top sights in San José. Traditional, elegant rooms feature antique furniture and handmade tile flooring. The onsite restaurant, run by a French-trained chef, wraps around a lovely open-air indoor patio and bromeliad-filled gardens, and is one of the city’s premier dining venues. Our favorite part? The rooftop terrace, featuring city and distant volcano views, feels like an oasis in the heart of the capital. A superb place to relax before or after a long travel day.

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Air conditioning
  • Free wifi
  • Rooftop hot tub
  • Full service restaurant
  • Terrace & garden
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Currency exchange
  • Laundry service
  • Onsite massage
  • Gift shop
  • Room service
Room Type: River View Balcony Suite

Offering rustic luxury in quiet, tranquil style surrounded by acres of landscaped gardens and tropical forest, the accommodations feature 27 spacious, comfortable rooms that channel a 19th-century safari vibe, with creamy linens, handmade textiles, vintage photos and broad terraces that invite lounging.

An open-air bar and restaurant serves delicious Caribbean-inspired fusion dishes, and the riverside pool is in a prime spot for wildlife viewing. The lodge is located right next to the national park, but there is plenty of wildlife on the grounds, too. Take a wander along the trails behind the lodge and explore!

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Free wifi
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Massage services
  • Terrace & gardens
  • Full-service restaurant
  • Bar
  • Private hiking trails
  • Concierge
  • Luggage storage
  • Laundry service
  • Safety deposit box
Room Type: Rainforest Villa

Built using tropical, eco-conscious design, the Arenal Nayara Resort is paradise found – a marriage of comfort and style surrounded by breathtaking natural splendor, with unparalleled views of the famous Arenal Volcano. Drawing inspiration from local culture and the surrounding landscape, the rooms and villas are elegantly furnished and designed to provide as much privacy as possible. Each suite promises a sublimely romantic experience, with a private outdoor shower, and an expansive wrap-around terrace featuring a volcano-view Jacuzzi for two. As an added bonus, if you’re looking for something extra special, the spa offers a variety of couples and combination spa treatments, with everything from volcanic mud facials to relaxing aromatherapy massages.

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Air conditioning
  • Free wifi
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Private jacuzzi
  • Spa services
  • Fitness centre
  • Terrace & gardens
  • Full-service restaurant
  • Wine bar
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Luggage storage
  • Laundry service
  • Currency exchance
  • Safety deposit box
  • Room service
Room Type: Nicoya Suite

An intimate, elegant Austrian chalet-style ecolodge, Hotel Belmar is located near the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, a unique region with an ideal habitat for countless species of flora and fauna. A quiet retreat located in the countryside, the Belmar suites offer luxury, seclusion, and expansive views of the cloud forest and the Nicoya Peninsula to the west.

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Free wifi
  • Spa facilities
  • Yoga classes
  • Hot tub
  • Massage services
  • Terrace & gardens
  • Full service restaurant
  • Concierge
  • Luggage storage
  • Currency exchange
  • Laundry services
  • Gift shop
  • Safety deposit box
  • Room service
Room Type: Ocean-View Superior

Located on an idyllic hillside sloping down to pristine, almost-deserted beach, this luxury hotel features chic ocean-view suites, surrounded by lush, wildlife-filled tropical forest. Sink into the total comfort of meticulously designed suites, defined by a blend of luscious textures, vibrant local art, and elegant contemporary details. Two onsite restaurants serve innovative, unique dishes, should you wish to dine by one of two pools or on your spacious, private ocean-view terrace as you watch monkeys crawl through the trees overhead.

Amenities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Air conditioning
  • Free wifi
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Private beach
  • Spa services
  • Fitness centre
  • Terrace & gardens
  • Full-service restaurant
  • Bar
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Luggage storage
  • Laundry service
  • Currency exchance
  • Safety deposit box
  • Room service
  • Gift shop
Know Before You Go:
  • Itinerary prices are dependent on the season in which you choose to travel. In Central America, Christmas and New Years are considered peak season; prices during Christmas and New Years are significantly higher than other times of year. High season runs from November through April, and green season from May through September.
  • Arrival: check in time is 3:00pm, but you may arrive at any time during the day.
  • Departure: check out time is 9:00am, international flights on your departure day must be arranged to depart after 1:30pm.
  • All prices in USD.
  • For vaccination recommendations, please visit the CDC website.
  • Valid passport (with 6+ months validity remaining) required.
  • Consider your spending habits when determining how much cash to bring.
  • Debit cards may not work in Central America – bring a major credit card with you.
  • Please ensure you have access to at least USD $250 as an emergency fund to be used if circumstances outside our control (e.g. a natural disaster) require changes to your planned route.
  • If departing Costa Rica by air, most major airlines include exit taxes in the price of your ticket; if departing via ground, departure tax is USD $29.
  • It is customary to tip service providers (waiters) around 10% depending on service.
  • Gratuities for guides are deeply appreciated and are an important supplement to their income.
Getting There
From North America: several airlines offer direct and connecting flights to Costa Rica’s two international airports: Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José (airport code: SJO) and Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport in Liberia (airport code: LIR). Including connection time, flights from the USA typically range from 2.5-9 hours in duration, while most flights from Canada range from 9-15 hours in duration.

From the UK: there are currently no direct flights to Costa Rica from the UK, but there are several flight options connecting in the United States and/or Canada. Including connection time, flights from the UK typically range from 12-18 hours in duration.

When you arrive in SJO or LIR, there will be an airport transfer waiting to take you to your hotel downtown, or in some cases, your next destination. If you have questions about flights, or require assistance booking, please contact us here. We're here to help!

Terms & Conditions
By reserving your space with registration and payment, you are agreeing to the policies, terms and conditions in our Terms & Conditions Agreement.
  • Itinerary prices are dependent on the season in which you choose to travel. In Central America, Christmas and New Years are considered peak season; prices during Christmas and New Years are significantly higher than other times of year. High season runs from November through April, and green season from May through September.
  • Arrival: check in time is 3:00pm, but you may arrive at any time during the day.
  • Departure: check out time is 9:00am, international flights on your departure day must be arranged to depart after 1:30pm.
  • All prices in USD.
  • For vaccination recommendations, please visit the CDC website.
  • Valid passport (with 6+ months validity remaining) required.
  • Consider your spending habits when determining how much cash to bring.
  • Debit cards may not work in Central America – bring a major credit card with you.
  • Please ensure you have access to at least USD $250 as an emergency fund to be used if circumstances outside our control (e.g. a natural disaster) require changes to your planned route.
  • If departing Costa Rica by air, most major airlines include exit taxes in the price of your ticket; if departing via ground, departure tax is USD $29.
  • It is customary to tip service providers (waiters) around 10% depending on service.
  • Gratuities for guides are deeply appreciated and are an important supplement to their income.
From North America: several airlines offer direct and connecting flights to Costa Rica’s two international airports: Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José (airport code: SJO) and Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport in Liberia (airport code: LIR). Including connection time, flights from the USA typically range from 2.5-9 hours in duration, while most flights from Canada range from 9-15 hours in duration.

From the UK: there are currently no direct flights to Costa Rica from the UK, but there are several flight options connecting in the United States and/or Canada. Including connection time, flights from the UK typically range from 12-18 hours in duration.

When you arrive in SJO or LIR, there will be an airport transfer waiting to take you to your hotel downtown, or in some cases, your next destination. If you have questions about flights, or require assistance booking, please contact us here. We're here to help!
By reserving your space with registration and payment, you are agreeing to the policies, terms and conditions in our Terms & Conditions Agreement.