Costa Rica Honeymoon Vacation
A Costa Rica honeymoon vacation is as unforgettable as it is unique. Particularly if you’re a couple who enjoys the outdoors, Costa Rica will keep you satisfied endlessly. If you treasure traveling as much as arriving, visiting Costa Rica lands you in places you’ve never drempt of seeing.
Costa Rica Honeymoon Packages, the Quiet Outdoors Uniquely Yours
Ccosta Rica’s Honeymoon Packages are — by design — meant to in places you can enjoy privately. Hike up river-side canyons. Walk along quiet, pristene beaches. Stay together in honeymoon villas overlooking the ocean. Your time together will be unique to yours.
Costa Rica Honeymoon Vacation Packages that Satisfy Your Expectations
Planning your wedding was an opportunity to make one day especially yours. A Costa Rica honeymoon vacation is a chance to make every day suited to happy yourself! Choose the activities you want. Decide where you want to stay. Choose everything — from the time you wake and get out of bed to how you will spend your day — you want!
Ccosta Rica Vacations will make it happen!
All Inclusive Honeymoon Packages Costa Rica Example
On the first day of the Guancaste to Osa Peninsula Tour, you start out in the more inhabited part of the Southern Pacific. Day and night one begins in Puntarenas. After a day at the beach and whatever activities interest you, your Ccosta Rica guide(s) and chouffer will shuttle you down to Jaco.
Maybe the most famous beach town in Costa Rica, Jaco will be your first taste of Southern Pacific Costa Rica. A day at the beach and your choice of nice restaurants will make your second day in Costa Rica exceptional.
South of Jaco, you’ll arrive in the biggest town in the Southern Pacific, Quepos. Though it is is next to the Manual Antonio National Park, Quepose has miles of restaurants and shops to choose from as you decide how to spend your day. The following day, you are off to Quepos!
Popular amoung surfers, Dominical always has a lively crowd on the beach and plenty of novelty shops to take advantage of before heading south to the more remote area of Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast, Osa Peninsula.
The most popular attraction on the Osa Peninsula is Corcovado National Park which is famous for its abundance of wildlife. But, there are other attractions on Osa as well. You can whale and dolphin watch in Drake Bay, visit the wildlife sanctuary, or take a boat across Golfo Dulce.
Because there is so much to do on the Oso Peninsula, it requires two days. Therefore, day six is a layover day with countless options.
Your Ccosta Rica guides will travel back to the airport in order to make certain you’re at the airport to checkin with plenty of time to spare.