Cycle Costa Rica & Panama

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Trip code: 
MUCA
Ways to Travel:
Guided Group, Tailormade Adventures
Activity:
Cycling
Group size:
4–16
Min age:
16

Challenging rides through tropical scenery spanning 2 countries

Starting in San Jose and ending in bustling Panama City, our route takes us into Costa Rica's steamy rainforests, alongside active volcanoes and to the tropical island paradise of Bocas del Toro. We search for Howler monkeys whilst rafting on the Tenorio River, and ride through rural villages along the Caribbean coast. Our journey ends with a cycle near the Panama Canal, following our visit to the famous Miraflores Locks. 

 

Highlights

  • Cycle through two different countries in two weeks
  • Relax on Pacific beaches and the idyllic Caribbean islands of Bocas del Toro
  • Ride along the Panama Canal, see the colossal Miraflores Locks in action
  • Look out for wildlife in Costa Rica’s national parks

Key information

  • 9 nights comfortable hotels, 5 nights standard hotels all en suite
  • 12 days cycling with full vehicle support
  • Group normally 4 to 16, plus leader and staff. Min age 16 yrs.

 

What's included

  • All breakfasts
  • All accommodation (see accommodation section)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Cycling leader and support team
  • Local bike hire

What's not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation only (available on request)
  • Visas or vaccinations
Call for general departures:
1 844 227 9087
Call for tailormade trips:
1 800 267 3347
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.

12

Days of Cycling
Pace:

Moderate: 13-16km/8-10miles an hour

 

Terrain:

Low altitude; 80% tarmac, 20% unpaved track

Day by day breakdown
Day 242.0km/26.0miles
Day 330.0km/19.0miles
Day 456.0km/35.0miles
Day 554.0km/34.0miles
Day 640.0km/25.0miles
Day 738.0km/24.0miles
Day 848.0km/30.0miles
Day 962.0km/39.0miles
Day 1053.0km/33.0miles
Day 1161.0km/38.0miles
Day 1338.0km/24.0miles
Day 1411.0km/7.0miles

Responsible Travel

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Itinerary

San Jose
to
Panama City
  • Day 1

    Start San Jose

    Those on the group flight land at San Jose and will be transferred to our start hotel in La Garita, around 15 minutes away. Those on land only arrangements should make their own way to the start hotel this evening. You’ll meet your guides and get to know your fellow travellers. 

    Comfortable Hotel

  • Day 2

    Ride to Rio Tarcoles.

    We have a briefing this morning and spend some time adjusting our bikes before riding out through small rural communities followed by dry, tropical forest with very little traffic on the paved roads. This initial stage concludes outside Atenas, then we have a 20 minute transfer to a scenic lunch stop. In the afternoon we'll have a second cycling stage, passing mango orchards and cattle ranches. Following another short half hour transfer we arrive at our lodge for the night.

    Comfortable Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 3

    Boat tour on Rio Tarcoles; cycle to Cascajal.

    Following an early breakfast, we transfer 20 minutes to Rio Tarcoles for a private guided boat tour of the estuary. We hope to see crocodiles, water birds, shore birds and Scarlet macaws. A 30 minute transfer brings us to the start of our cycling stage in Costonera. This will be a beautiful 30 km stage through lush lowland forest, tiny villages and with very little traffic. Once we arrive at Cascajal we will transfer to our hotel for the night. 

    Comfortable Hotel

     

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 4

    Ferry to Playa Naranjo; cycle to Mansion; transfer to Playa Samara.

    Today is another early start as we catch a 6:30 AM ferry from Puntarenas to Playa Naranjo (approx. 1.5 hours). Upon arrival at Playa Naranjo we start cycling on well-paved roads and with little traffic.

    Once we arrive at Mansion depending on the time, we may have the opportunity to add some extra miles. Otherwise we will transfer to Playa Samara (approx. 45 minutes). 

    Standard Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 5

    Transfer to Alto La Roca; cycle to Guaitil; transfer to Canas.

    After breakfast, we will transfer to the top of the Cuesta Grande, to then start a great biking stage, with an initial 10 mile section down to Nicoya. We will then continue on through beautiful rural scenery, small villages and with very little traffic. On arrival at Guaitil we will stop at one of the ceramic workshops to observe the process of making the beautiful Chorotega ceramic plates, vases, jars, planters etc. This is a unique opportunity as it is one of very few places in  Costa Rica where tradition is retained. We will then carry on cycling to Santa Cruz, where we will stop for lunch. After lunch, we will transfer via the Puente de la Amistad and join the normal itinerary of the trip. 

    Comfortable Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 6

    Wildlife trip on Tenorio River; Bijagua valley ride; ride to Lake Arenal.

    This morning we get out of the saddle early in the morning for a 2 hour float down the Tenorio River, a haven for birds and wildlife. As our raft takes us gently along the river, we can expect to see several species of monkey, iguanas, coatis and a wide range of birds. There are also crocodiles along the lower stretch of the river and our experienced guides will not only handle the oars but will also point out as many species as possible. This is likely to be a big wildlife highlight of the trip! Afterwards, we transfer up to near Bijagua, then cycle back down to the Pan American Highway before lunch. After our meal we head up to the hilly region surrounding Lake Arenal where our afternoon biking stage will begin. This is quite a challenging section and although the distance is short there are several climbs and it can also be rather windy. The rewards are the spectacular views of the lake and the surrounding hills.

    Morning stage is fast downhill after climbing out from Bijagua but can be pot-holed. Afternoon stage from outside Tilaran to Mystica includes several fairly steep climbs through rolling hills. 100% paved.

    Comfortable Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 7

    Cycle to La Fortuna.

    After breakfast we set off on our bikes towards La Fortuna. This is one of the most spectacular cycling stages, starting in lush agricultural land which gradually gives way to thick rainforest as we approach the dam which forms Lake Arenal. Watch out for monkeys, toucans and the amazingly colourful neon-blue Morpho butterflies as we cycle. If it's clear the dam is a great place to take a break for a wonderful view of Arenal Volcano. The town of La Fortuna is a major tourism destination within Costa Rica, so those looking for souvenirs will be well satisfied.

    Mostly on rolling hills with some short but fairly steep climbs, followed by fast downhill to La Fortuna. The road is 95% paved and 5% dirt or gravel.

    Comfortable Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 8

    Ride up from tropical lowlands with views of Arenal volcano; visit thermal springs.

    Today’s ride follows a circular route through the region surrounding La Fortuna, taking in a great variety of terrain and ecosystems. Starting from the hotel, we head south toward Chachagua, then divert to a backroad leading to El Bosque where we pass through agricultural land devoted to bananas and sugar cane before heading into a rugged hilly zone leading back towards rainforest near the small town of La Tigre. We stop for lunch at Chachagua. Toucans are especially common here and there are some incredible views of the jungle and Arenal Volcano. As we approach La Fortuna again, there is one final steep climb before we reach our hotel. This evening we include a visit to the Eco-Termales Hot Springs to soothe any aching muscles – the best hot springs in the area!

    Paved roads, mostly level for the first half, followed by several challenging climbs.

    Comfortable Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 9

    Morning jungle ride; afternoon cycle along Caribbean coast to Cahuita.

    We have another early start today as we head east into the rolling terrain of the San Carlos plains, riding through rich agricultural zones, sugar cane and pineapple plantations and rural villages. We are generally descending on this leg, which levels off as we get closer to Muelle where we conclude the morning stage. Have your cameras handy upon arrival, as there is a population of large iguanas posing while the staff will load the bikes for the transfer out to the Caribbean side of Costa Rica. Given that we will be crossing a large portion of Costa Rica, this is a long transfer (approx. 3 hours). It is well worth the effort as we arrive at a beautiful beach, Playa Manzanillo, which will be your introduction to the Afro-Caribe culture on the east side of Costa Rica. We will have lunch at a seafood restaurant where you can try the fresh seafood and the Caribbean rendition of “riceandbeans”, very tasty due to the use of coconut and spices. After lunch you have a bit of time for a swim in the warm Caribbean sea, then it's back onto the bikes for an afternoon ride through the rainforest and along the coast to bustling Puerto Viejo, one of the most popular destinations on this side of Costa Rica. From here, we head to Hone Creek, where we will transfer (approx. 15 minutes) to Cahuita, a typical Caribbean town with lively reggae music/culture and spicy cuisine.

    Morning stage fast descent leaving La Fortuna, then level out to Muelle. Afternoon stage fully level  100% paved for both stages.

    Standard Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 10

    Ride to Panama border; boat to Bocas del Toro islands.

    Today we begin riding south at the base of the towering Talamanca Mountains. We follow the main coastal road at first before turning off to the indigenous community of Bri-Bri, home to members of the Guaymi tribe. We may see some of the traditionally dressed women in flowing embroidered dresses as we pass through this area. The ride continues through vast banana plantations to the border crossing on the banks of the Sixaola River. After a quick lunch we leave Costa Rica and cross to Guabito, the Panamanian port of entry. After the border formalities, we board the bus through the frontier town of Changuinola, and then through steep rainforest hills which are inhabited by indigenous people. We hit the coast and embark on a private boat transfer to cross into the Caribbean to the wonderful Bocas del Toro Islands. On arrival you will be able to join a boat trip to the other islands or go on dolphin-watching tours. All of these optional activities can be arranged through the hotel or nearby tour agencies whom we have long-established relationships with.

    Mostly flat roads, although there are some climbs as we head to Bri-Bri. The roads are paved although there are often potholes and washouts close to the border.

    Standard Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 11

    Jungle ride; descent to Pan-Am Highway; transfer to Pacific coast.

    After taking a private boat back to the mainland, we drive to Punta Robalo for a ride through beautiful jungle scenery. After lunch we transfer (approx. 1.5 hours) through the mountains that separate Panama's two coastlines after which we begin our second ride of the day. The change in temperature, humidity and eco-systems are significant as we gain altitude. At the top of the pass we find beautiful Lago Fortuna, set in a rainforest-clad tropical valley. We then have a fast downhill ride with great mountain views and several river crossings to Gualaca and the Pan-Am Highway beyond. Upon meeting the Pan American Highway junction, we board the minibus for the drive down to Las Lajas, an isolated Pacific beach which stretches for miles. Here we can enjoy a great tropical sunset while relaxing under the shade of a palm thatch palapa. 

    Comfortable Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 12

    Free day in Las Lajas.

    Today is a free day, and you may wish to spend your time swimming in a pristine tropical beach and relaxing on a golden sand beach. However for those who want to ride today, we have an extra 19-mile ride up to the Village of San Felix, providing a rare opportunity to interact with the indigenous culture of the area.

    Comfortable Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 13

    Tropical lowland forest ride; transfer to Panama City.

    We have an early start today as we avoid the heat and traffic on our ride through the Panamanian countryside. We take a short drive to Guabala, a customs/passport control point on the Pan Am highway, and once our documents have been checked, we will offload the bikes for a fairly challenging ride through a quite remote and hilly section of the western portion of Veraguas Province. Some of the morning's ride takes us along remote backroads past large sugar plantations and through dry tropical forest. We finish cycling close to the town of Jorones, where we start our transfer to Panama City (approx. 4 hours), with a quick lunch stop in Santiago, the main city in this part of Panama. We cross the famous canal where we're very likely to see huge ships as they make the journey between the Caribbean and the Pacific. Our hotel is located in the suburb of Albrook, where many opulent residences are testament to the days when US military officers and Canal Authority officials lived in the city.

    Level start but becoming increasingly hilly during the middle section. The last stage is level again and the road is fully paved.

    Comfortable Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 14

    Ride alongside the Panama Canal.

    Our final day is truly memorable, as we travel along a stretch of the Panama Canal to observe some of the highlights. Starting from our hotel which overlooks the Pacific entrance to the canal, we transfer to the Miraflores Locks Visitor Centre (entry fee to museum and video presentation included) to view the process of raising and lowering the ship traffic. We then have a short transfer to the entry point of the Soberana National Park, where we will enjoy a final biking stage through lush rainforest. Our biking concludes with lunch at lovely Los Lagartos, set over Lago Gamboa, with the canal as a back-drop. This offers a great photo opportunity as ships pass by during their transit. After lunch we transfer back to our hotel for some free time or a swim. In the afternoon we visit the World Heritage Site of Casco Viejo, the historic old portion of Panama City. We will have our final group dinner in the Casco Viejo at Las Bovedas, an excellent restaurant set on the historic Plaza de Francia. 

    This is mostly level along the canal, but with some climbing within the Soberana Park. The main road is fully paved.

    Standard Hotel

    Meals included: Breakfast
  • Day 15

    End Panama City.

    Our trip ends after breakfast this morning, and those on group flights will be transferred to the international airport for the return journey to the UK.

    Meals included: Breakfast
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.

Essential Info

FCO Advice for Nicaragua

Visas

Costa Rica

Holders of British, US, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand and most EU passports can enter Costa Rica for a stay of 90 days without a visa. Proof of onward travel may be required when entering Costa Rica - we suggest you take a print out of your flight details in case officials ask to see them. All passengers flying via the USA will have to clear immigration during transit. Prior to travel you must apply for an Electronic Travel Authority (USD14) under the Visa Waiver Programme. Please see here for more information. The same applies to travel via Canada which also requires an Electronic Travel Authority. If you are not a UK citizen please check with your local U.S. Embassy. 

Panama

Most nationalities, including Holders of British, US, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand and most EU passports can enter Panama for 90 days without a visa.

Vaccinations

Costa Rica

There are no mandatory vaccination requirements. Recommended vaccinations are: Hepatitis A.

The risk of malaria is slight but you may wish to consult your GP or travel health clinic for further advice.

Dengue fever is a known risk in places visited. It is a tropical viral disease spread by daytime biting mosquitoes. There is currently no vaccine or prophylaxis available for Dengue, and therefore the best form of prevention is to avoid being bitten. We recommend you take the usual precautions to avoid mosquito bites.

Zika fever is a mosquito‐borne viral disease and a known risk in places visited on this trip. There is currently no vaccine or prophylaxis available, we therefore strongly recommend you take the usual precautions to avoid mosquito bites. 

Panama

There are no mandatory vaccination requirements for this trip. Recommended vaccinations for this trip are: Typhoid, Hepatitis A.

The risk of malaria on this trip is slight, but you may wish to consult your GP or travel health clinic for further advice.

Dengue fever and/or Chikungunya are known risks in places visited on this trip. Both are tropical viral diseases spread by daytime biting mosquitoes. There is currently no vaccine or prophylaxis available for either, and therefore the best form of prevention is to avoid being bitten. We recommend you take the usual precautions to avoid mosquito bites.

Zika fever is a mosquito‐borne viral disease and a known risk in places visited on this trip. There is currently no vaccine or prophylaxis available, we therefore strongly recommend you take the usual precautions to avoid mosquito bites. 

Eating and Drinking

All breakfasts included.

The trip price includes all breakfasts throughout the trip. Restaurant stops for lunch and dinner are selected throughout the itinerary to allow you to try out good quality local cuisine. Expect to see a lot of the Costa Rican speciality 'gallo pinto' and a lot of rice, beans, fruit and grilled meats.

Most days we are on a fairly tight timing schedule, especially at lunchtimes when we have cycling stages and transfers in the afternoon. In order to help us save time and hassle when we are dining as a group, the leader will take a note of people's orders and settle the total group bill him/herself. The leader will then ask clients for individual payments at a convenient time before leaving Costa Rica. We find that this method is the most efficient, however if you object then you are of course free to opt out.

Weather

Costa Rica and Panama lie between 5º and 15º north of the equator, and have an almost perfect tropical climate. The average temperature is 10-13ºC in the highlands, and 22-28ºC in the lowlands. There is a rainy season from May to October when there may be daily downpours, though these are usually quite short and there is still plenty of bright sunshine. November to April is the driest time of the year but you should still expect some rain, particularly in the cloud forests. August offers moderate temperatures.

Is this trip for you?

This trip is classified Road.
Activity Level: 4 (Moderate/Challenging).
Please see the introductory pages of the cycling holidays brochure or our website for more important information on classification and grading.
Average daily distance: 45km (28 miles)
Number of days cycling: 12
Vehicle Support: 100%
Terrain and route: surface 80% tarmac, 20% unpaved track, some hills and generally rolling terrain.

Our routes follow quiet back roads where possible. In Costa Rica, as we make our way from the Northwest corner of the country to our exit at the Southeast corner, there will be sections where we will use roads with heavy traffic. This is because in some regions they are the only paved roads available.

This tour covers some remote parts of the region. Though many of the roads are in good condition, there can be potholes and poor road conditions in some sections. The roads are generally free of heavy traffic until we reach towns. In the harder areas there are some longish climbs, requiring good fitness, (particularly as the region is invariably hot and humid) and also some steep descents.

Occasionally it may not be possible to follow the itinerary exactly as planned. Leaders will always watch for hazardous traffic situations, road closures, ferry cancellations etc. and look for alternate routes/solutions whenever required. In all such cases that involve shortening a cycling stage, every effort will be made to recover lost mileage (or missed visits) later in the trip.

 

Call for general departures:
1 844 227 9087
Call for tailormade trips:
1 800 267 3347
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.

Accommodation

Hotels

You will spend 14 nights in comfortable hotels. This includes a mixture of colonial-style and modern hotels all with en suite facilities. On standard departures you will stay in a variety of good quality, comfortable colonial-style and modern hotels, all with en suite facilities.

We can arrange single rooms throughout the trip (subject to availability). Please check with your sales consultant for availability and prices.

Call for general departures:
1 844 227 9087
Call for tailormade trips:
1 800 267 3347
Trip Notes

Click on the button below for detailed Trip Notes containing all the particulars about this trip, including kit lists and practical information.

Note: these can vary by departure; you can check out the specific Trip Notes for your chosen adventure on the dates & prices page.

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  • Reviewed January 2019
    Andrew Moncrief

    Cycle nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama... omitting Nicaragua due to civil unrest

    Another great trip, despite the disappointment of Nicaragua being excluded due to civil unrest. CR is a lovely, friendly country and the guide was pleased to showcase it for us. The wildlife is a highlight on this tour, so do bring binoculars to see birds, lizards, crocs etc close up. Some fantastic hotels , some quirky but always clean, secure and friendly. The cycling is fine, no really long days but some rides are a bit lumpy and some of the group found it a bit challenging with the heat/humidity. No issues with illness on the trip, and no serious untoward incidents luckily. The tour guide and cycling guide/mechanic were excellent.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Really loved seeing sloths at the sanctuary in Fortuna- pricey, but just haggle! Toucans at dawn at Mystica! Bocas del torro- dancing in the forbidden Iguana bar! Panama canal (although our visit was curtailed by a fire alarm)

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Our tour leader was Andrea, who had many years of experience in the industry and her knowledge and English were very good indeed. She worked tirelessly to meet our needs and keep us happy, and i learnt a great deal about the places we were travelling through from her. Anthony was our cycle guide/mechanic and was learning his trade quickly. He was friendly, encouraging, helpful and kept the bikes in good repair. He is an inspirational cyclist too- think twice before issuing a challenge! Ron was our driver, and aquited himself very well, with no incidents along the way. Even though his English was limited, he was always there to help load the bikes or cut the pineapple etc during our breaks.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Do it!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Please please Exodus, don't book flights with United Airlines (shocking customer service, minimalistic or no in-flight food included, pay to view tv's (which didnt even work if you paid). We will NEVER fly with them again. Transitting through Newark to San Jose was also an experience we never wish to repeat. To call it an international airport is a contradiction in terms. Despite having submitted and paid for an ESTA, we were forced to queue for nearly 3 hours, and as the time to make our connection was running out, the official helpful advice received was "book another flight". Dreadful, hostile and unhelpful. Why they bother to paint "welcome" at the arrival gate is a mystery. A bit more time at a few places might have been nice- Bocas del Torro, Las Lajas
  • Reviewed November 2018
    christopher richardson

    Smelly tours

    Great cycling but we got wet (repeatedly}. We got wet but it was never unpleasant as it was lovely and warm but the bus did get very smelly. Hotels generally very good. Costa Rica expensive but great coffee and beer. Panama cheaper but coffee and beer not so good. The short days, dark by 5.45 limit, activities after cycling. Good wildlife. Hope you like Rice and beans.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Arriving at the Las Lajas beach resort on day 12 and virtually the whole group charging into the surf.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Roberto was an efficient well organised leader. Terrible Chinese impression.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Take a telescopic brolly and newspaper to help dry shoes.
  • Reviewed October 2018
    Alice Dain

    cycling costa rica and panama

    Fun trip with plenty of cycling and wildlife. Plenty of opportunity to sample local food including excellent seafood. Cycled through varied terrain with enough hills. Grading of 4 is correct as none of the hills were extreme and daily cycling distance was easy/moderate. Very hot, so sunblock essential. Two days of deluge- rest of time remained dry.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Seeing lock working on Panama Canal Seeing sloth in the wild Fantastically coloured flowers and birds

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Group leader - Memo-excellent. Good organiser and gave us mini lectures on wildlife during bus transfers.
  • Reviewed September 2018
    Maeve Gleeson

    Rainforest, beaches and wildlife.

    Another fantastic Exodus trip with some great cycling in varied scenery and terrain, wonderful wildlife and beautiful beaches, Pacific and Caribbean. Well planned itinerary with a good variety of hotels, wild life lodges, quiet beach resorts, good seafood where available. Finishing in Panama City with all the interest of the canal and contrasting the charm of the old city with the shiny high rise of the new.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Best moments included watching pelicans fishing from the early morning ferry while Gabriel's Oboe played over the speakers, cycling the loop at Fortuna, biking to the sounds of the rain forest, relaxing tired muscles in the hot springs, the boat trips spotting wildlife, some lovely early morning bike rides, the toucans, the hummingbirds, the howler monkeys showing off in the trees before breakfast, the surf on Red Frog Beach.... every day offered something different

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Top marks to Andres who was super organised, always helpful, an excellent communicator, incredibly knowledgeable and enthusiastic about wildlife and his beautiful country. He led a very happy team who all worked really hard to make the trip fun for each member of the group. He was also brilliant at spotting birds and animals and identifying wildlife photo opportunities for the keener photographers in the group.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Enjoy, don't miss the hot springs, bring rain gear for the rain forest though we were lucky with the weather. A group of 4 or more can hire a boat in the islands (Bocas del Torres) and decide your own itinerary.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Really well done to the local guides who rearranged the trip when travel to Nicaragua became a problem. The replacement days included one of my favourite hotels (one of the wildlife lodges) and an excellent guided river safari we all enjoyed.

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