Walk through the streets of San Jose Down Town
As soon as you get to San José, the first thing you have to do is going to Central Market, a 200 store complex declared World Heritage where you can taste the typical food of the country, like Gallo Pinto, a mixture of rice and beans spiced with English sauce usually sided with fried bananas. Once your appetite is satisfied, we recommend you to walk through the streets and stop in one of its museums, like the Jade Museum, dedicated to preserve Costa Rica’s anthropological heritage.
Dive in the waters of Playa Conchal
Named because its sand is compounded of millions of conglomerate shells, it’s perfect to practice aquatic sports like snorkeling or diving thanks to its warm weather during the whole year. Bring with you everything you need to start the adventure with our special baggage fares.
Look inside a volcano
One of the destinations of Costa Rica that has captivated millions of visitors is Irazú volcano. Take one of the buses that depart every day from San José and see for yourself the craters and the green lake that have made this place famous. Another option is Poas volcano, which has the biggest geyser in the world.
Explore the nature of Costa Rica
If something sets Costa Rica apart are its efforts focused on preserving the biodiversity of the country. This can be seen in Tortuguero National Park, the third most visited park in Costa Rica, or Manuel Antonio National Park, where you can take your bike or go in a van to admire 109 different mammals that live here. To end the day, gaze the sunsets of Espadilla Sur, one of the most visited beaches in Costa Rica.
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