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Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio Adventure Holidays

Discover Costa Rica

15 Days from CAD 6,275

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Experience the Costa Rican rainforest, mountains and coast


Discover Costa Rica – with Dominical

15 Days from CAD 6,675

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Experience the Costa Rican rainforest, mountains and coast


Costa Rica Coast to Coast Ride

Manuel Antonio
14 Days from CAD 6,095

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Cycle stretches of the Costa Rican Pacific coastline.


Costa Rica Adventure Family Holiday

Manuel Antonio
15 Days from CAD 5,695

Experience Costa Rica's beautiful beaches, rainforest and wildlife


Costa Rica Family Escape

Rafting Costa Rica
8 Days from CAD 3,245

A week's escape in magical Costa Rica!


Excellent trip

Martin Killey Discover Costa Rica

Everyone said Costa Rica is amazing. It is. And our guide, Roberto, made it even more amazing. He shared his love for Costa Rica and made sure everyone on our trip had an amazing time. Costa Rica is beautiful… pura vida. This trip encompasses the people, the countryside, the wildlife… and some great biking. Boat trips, tours of national parks, swimming in the Caribbean, lovely accommodation, great food… and the best coffee ever. We loved it. Probably our best bike tour ever. And we were lucky to have a great group. Thank you everyone. And special thanks to Roberto, Walter and Luis.

Christine Kenyon Costa Rica Coast to Coast Ride

Costa Rica has stunning scenery. The itinerary covers a wide variety of beautiful and diverse landscapes : coastal – Pacific and Caribbean, mountainous (the bus takes you up the big hills so don’t worry), plantations – pineapple, banana, coffee), rain forest. As well as visiting some of the main tourist highlights eg Manuel Antonia NP, the route also includes some less touristy places. I loved cycling through the small, rural communities. Costa Rica is well known for its flora and fauna. This trip doesn’t disappoint in seeing exotic, colourful plants and a range of animals I’ve never seen in the wild, including sloths. At times it feels as if Costa Rica is one giant botanical garden. Eating lunch in local Sodas (family cafes) ,recommended by our guide, Roberto, gave a very authentic Costa Rican experience. The national dish of rice and beans is ubiquitous, but there’s much more on the culinary agenda. We love seafood and there was ample opportunity to eat delicious ceviche, locally caught giant shrimps and fresh fish. Luis, our driver, provided organic fruit at regular intervals during the cycling day. I have never tasted pineapple quite like this – so juicy and sweet! Costa Ricans are generally very friendly and welcoming. Tourism is very important to their economy and you get the feeling they really want you to have an enjoyable experience.

Sue Duncombe Costa Rica Coast to Coast Ride