Where should you go in Costa Rica?

rapelling3Costa Rica isn’t a large country but it’s very diverse.  Bordered on the Caribbean to the East and the Pacific to the west, you’re never far from a beach, but the beaches aren’t the only reason to visit Costa Rica.

Just recently, My Vacation Lady was recommended to a young couple interested in experiencing Costa Rica.  They didn’t just want to see one or 2 places, but rather multiple different parts of the country to really experience the different things that Costa Rica had to offer.  They didn’t just want to see coffee plantations.  They wanted to see monkeys and turtles, volcanoes and beaches and they wanted to zip line and rappel down water falls and go white water rafting and hiking and so much more.

First they started off with 2 weeks in Costa Rica, which would have been ideal for the activities that they wanted but when they realized that their vacation time was more limited, they were wondering if a week would be enough.

Most of My Vacation Lady’s clients visit Costa Rica for at least a week- typically 8-10 days and visit 2 different areas (usually Arenal for the activities and a beach destination).  We have had clients who didn’t care about the beach and only wanted the activities and loved their 5 night stay in the Arenal area.  Others want the beach with only a couple of activities so a week in the Guanacaste region might be perfect for them.   For those who want nature at it’s best, Manuel Antonio is a perfect combination of white sand beaches, wild life and activities.

What are the best places for you to visit in Costa Rica?

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Costa Rica is a great honeymoon destination, family destination or eco adventure destination.  Regardless of whether you want active adventure or soft adventure, Costa Rica may be perfect for you and My Vacation Lady can customize a vacation package just for you.


About the Author:

Mindy Gilbert of My Vacation Lady has been helping clients, just like you, plan their dream vacations, cruises and honeymoons since 1994.