Day by Day Itinerary
Fly into San Jose Costa Rica, where My Costa Rica will meet you at the airport and give you a private transfer to Hotel Grano de Oro, a charming colonial styled hotel located in the city center. Welcome!
Head over to the iconic Manuel Antonio where you will be staying at Si Como No. Did you know that Manuel Antonio has been said to have the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica?
Take the Manuel Antonio National Park hike! Manuel Antonio may be the smallest national park in Costa Rica, but you wouldn’t guess that when seeing the amount of wildlife! Spot sloths, monkeys, birds, and more!
Pay a visit to one of our favorite rescue centers, Kids Saving the Rainforest! Founded by two 9 year olds, this center is mostly famous for its efforts in reforestation and saving sloths. Did you know we are even sponsoring one of the sloths in their program? Go say hello to Chicles!
On to the fabulous Drake Bay! The Osa Peninsula has been dubbed the most biologically intense place on earth. Stay at Aguila de Osa Inn and learn why!
Head to Cano Island for an unforgettable snorkeling trip. You will be able to explore the warm waters and observe barracudas, moray eels, tuna, parrotfish, puffers, and many more! With a bit of luck, you might even get the opportunity to swim alongside sea turtles, dolphins and rays! Once inhabited by an indigenous tribe, the island possesses many pre-Colombian artifacts offering you the chance to learn more about its history and culture.
Hear is the best part, time to explore Corcovado National Park! Considered to be one of the wonders of the world, Corcovado holds 13 major ecosystems, beach habitats, and coastal marine diversity. Baird’s tapirs, jaguars, pumas, macaws, toucans, squirrel monkeys, howler monkeys, spider monkeys, capuchin monkeys, two-toed and three-toed sloths, agoutis, giant anteaters, coatimundis, peccaries (wild pigs), hummingbirds, black hawks, spectacled owls, 4 species of turtles (green, Ridley, hawksbill and leatherback), crocodiles, snakes, lizards, golden-orb spiders, numerous types of butterflies, and various insects are calling Corcovado their home and the list goes on!
Time to head to Drake Bay domestic airport to catch your flight back in San Jose! We hope you enjoyed your Costa Rica vacation and will be back for more!