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Highlights of Costa Rica and Peru


A unique mix of adventure and cultures
16 days starting at $3,169/Person
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Why you'll love this tour!

With this Latin American travel adventure, you’ll come face to face with the authentic highlights and natural beauty of both Costa Rica and Peru. From the coffee region surrounding San Jose to Arenal’s volcanic landscape and the tropical beaches of Tamarindo; you’ll encounter the diversity of Costa Rica’s wildlife and scenery. It doesn’t stop there as you continue on to experience sunrise at the World Wonder of Machu Picchu and explore the Sacred Valley of the Inca and Inca Capital of Cusco which are simply stunning and a wonderfully intriguing experience for both history buffs and casual visitors.

Our local specialists and tour guides have designed and dialed in all the secret stops that any local would approve of.

What you can expect in every tour:
  • Choose any date, all tours have daily departures
  • Hand picked guides specialized for every excursion
  • 7 regional offices with 24/7 in country support
  • Transfers with English guide to/from all airports
  • Local specialists who live and guide the destination
  • Personal dining recommendations for food lovers
  • Incredibly comfortable authentic accommodations
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16 Day Travel Itinerary

Our tours depart any day of the year, there are no fixed departure dates. It’s really simply, we’ve designed some of the best experiences that cover your “bucket list” must see stuff in each destination. You can trust in our 20 years of experience, that everything will run just like clockwork.

Itinerary
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Days 1 - Lima

Arrive in Lima

Depending on the time of your arrival in Lima, you will be transferred to your hotel and have the rest of the day free to explore Lima. As most flights arrive to Lima in the evening once you’ve settled and checked in to your accommodation we recommend going out to explore some of Lima’s colonial beauty or to one of the many bars and restaurants overlooking the beach and the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy Lima’s wealth of excellent restaurants, including Astrid & Gaston, rated as one of the top 100 restaurants in the world.

Included: Private transfer from Lima airport to your hotel with assistance; Accommodation in Lima. (Meals – None).

Depending on the time of your arrival in Lima, you will be transferred to your hotel and have the rest of the day free to explore Lima. As most flights arrive to Lima in the evening once you’ve settled and ...

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Days 2 - Lima

Lima like a local

This fascinating walking tour will help you gain a little insight into the local Limeño culture and history. After being picked up from your hotel at 9 am, the taxi will take you to the Miraflores market, where Peruvian merchants will enlighten you on the local produce and outline the different types of potatoes, corn, and fruits that can be found in Peru. Feel free to grab some samples and don’t forget to try the coca leaves! Following a short meander through the market, you will then hop on the public bus ‘Metropolitano’ to the historic center, where you can admire grand colonial buildings. The Historic Center of Lima has been the seat of the Colonial and Republican governments since the Spanish foundation of the city in 1535 and is also an important indigenous center. Until the 1940s, it also housed Peru’s richest and most influential families. As you stroll through the city center, pay attention to the changing style of architecture and the beautiful interior balconies. Upon arriving in Plaza San Martin, you will taste some delicious Peruvian pastries before heading to the main square. There, you will stop by a small outlet of the ChocoMuseum and will receive fun facts and information about the process of transforming the cocoa bean into the delicious chocolate that you will be savoring. Following this tasty treat, the tour will proceed to the Cordano Bar, where you will taste a typical Peruvian drink, the Chicha Morada, made from sweet purple corn. From here, you can either grab the Metropolitano bus back to Miraflores or you are welcome to stay in the historic center to continue exploring on your terms.

Included: Private excursion with Guide, Public Transport, Chicha Morada and Food tasting; Accommodation in Lima. (Meals – Breakfast).

Note: The entrance to the Cathedral and San Francisco Church are not included. Around USD 8/person

This fascinating walking tour will help you gain a little insight into the local Limeño culture and history. After being picked up from your hotel at 9 am, the taxi will take you to the Miraflores market, where Peruvian merchants ...

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Days 3 - Lima to the Sacred Valley

The Sacred Valley of the Inca

Private transfer to the airport. Taken in a full-day excursion to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, alongside the Vilcanota River, where you will find native communities, impressive terraces, and many important archaeological sites. In this tour, you will visit Pisac Indian Market, one of the most popular and picturesque of the indigenous markets in the Cusco region. Travelers from all over the world come to purchase all manner of textiles, ceramics, jewelry, ponchos, rugs, hats, gloves, Andean instruments, ceramics, alpaca, and woven llama clothing, and a host of lovely souvenirs. And although you can visit it every day, the Sunday market is magnificent, mass is celebrated in Quechua and the worthy “varayoc” (local authorities) attendance adds enrichment to the celebration. Your tour will continue to Pisac ruins, perched magnificently at the entrance to a great gorge, the citadel looks the Urubamba Valley and the town of Pisac from above. Pisac was situated strategically along a road that connected the Inca Empire with the jungles of the east, and the site is an impressive reminder of just how advanced the civilization was in terms of building and agriculture. Afterward, you will make a stop for lunch and in the afternoon you will visit the Inca town of Ollantaytambo, which has original Inca houses, streets, and the fortress towering above the village. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at your hotel.

Included: Private excursion with Transport and Guide, Entrance fees; Accommodation in the Sacred Valley. (Meals – Breakfast).

Private transfer to the airport. Taken in a full-day excursion to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, alongside the Vilcanota River, where you will find native communities, impressive terraces, and many important archaeological sites. In this tour, you will visit ...

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Day 4 - Sacred Valley

Mountain Bike Moray & Salineras or Llama Pack Project

This tour visits two astonishing and unique highlights: the archaeological site of Moray and the Maras Salt Pans, both are a must-see for anyone interested in Inca history and architecture. The ride is of intermediate level and basic off-road experience is required, but anyone with either one of these levels of experience can participate in this ride and enjoy it. You will be transferred from your hotel to the site of Moray, a set of circular terraces built by the Incas as an agricultural experimental station (or, another theory is that it was a ceremonial crop site).

After spending approximately half an hour exploring the mystical site and soaking in its historical meaning, the main part of the mountain bike ride will start. The route consists of a 5 mile (9km) of gentle up and down with incredible views of lush farmland and of the Urubamba glacier range. After riding through the Andean Altiplano, you will arrive at the town of Maras, originally settled as a station for distributing the salt supplies. After a short break, the tour resumes down a steeper hill on a rocky path directly down to the Salt Pans. These Salt Mines were built before the time of the Incas and are still in use today. The salt harvest occurs between May and December and, if visiting during those months, you can see the harvesting of the salt by the local families, each of whom controls a share of the Salt Pans. Following the visit of the Salt Mines, comes the final stretch of the journey on a mountain bike single-track before being transferred back to your hotel.

Included: Private excursion with Transfers, Guide, Mountain bike, Helmet, Water and Fruit snack, Accommodation in the Sacred Valley. (Meals – Breakfast).

As an alternative, we can offer Llama Pack Project Sacred Valley Visit. Once you arrive at Llama Pack Base Camp in Quebrada Pumahuanca, you will be greeted by members of the Local Guilds of Llama Breeders and an English-speaking interpreter, who will present the Llama Pack Project to the group. After that, you will be asked to assist in the packing activity led by your local hosts. Then, you will leave the base camp and start trekking uphill at a slow pace through a zig-zag trail, walking behind the llamas with the assistance of your local hosts until you reach the designated spot, where you will enjoy an outdoor picnic while you chat with your hosts, relax and enjoy the panoramic views and the Valley’s fresh air. After this nice rest, you will head back with the llamas to the base camp and then, take the private transport back to your hotel. Please note that, in the unusual event of a storm the previous day or a community chore that prevents llamas from joining the trek, the rest of the activities will still be carried out (previous evaluation from the Llama Pack team).

Note: We recommend you to bring a lightweight personal backpack with drinking water, mosquito repellant, sunscreen, any personal medicines, cash for tips and crafts, and your camera. Wear comfortable clothes: Fresh long-sleeved shirt, long pants, closed trekking shoes, socks, hat, sunglasses, an extra jacket for a fresh breeze, and rainproof clothes. For small children, we recommend a trekking child carrier.

Included: Private trek with Llamas, English speaking interpreter, Hosts from Local Guilds of Llama Breeders, Accommodation in Sacred Valley (Meals – Breakfast, Picnic Brunch).

This tour visits two astonishing and unique highlights: the archaeological site of Moray and the Maras Salt Pans, both are a must-see for anyone interested in Inca history and architecture. The ride is of intermediate level and basic off-road experience ...

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Days 5 - Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu

Train to Machu Picchu

After your first couple of days in the Sacred Valley, today you’ll be able to relax and explore the beautiful cobblestone streets, the colorful textiles, and charming cafes before your train leaves for Machu Picchu. Boarding the train from the Sacred Valley to Aguas Calientes shaves 2 hours off what normally is a 4-hour journey from Cusco, beginning at the most beautiful part of the stretch, leaving from Ollantaytambo.

Arriving at your hotel of choice in Aguas Calientes at the foot of Machu Picchu, we recommend that you spend a few hours exploring this quaint little town, connected to the world by train. Situated in a deep gorge below Machu Picchu the charm of Aguas Calientes scattered in its cobblestone streets lined by small local restaurants and shops, enclosed by steep cliffs, a misty cloud forest, and two rushing rivers. We suggest having an early dinner tonight as tomorrow you’ll have an early start going to Machu Picchu early in the morning. Ask your travel specialist about a wonderful hidden gem of a restaurant in the town, that serves a fusion of Peruvian-French cuisine that we will gladly make a reservation prior to your arrival.

Included: Private transfer from your hotel in Sacred Valley to Ollantaytambo train station; Train ticket from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes; Accommodation in Aguas Calientes. (Meals – Breakfast, Dinner).

After your first couple of days in the Sacred Valley, today you’ll be able to relax and explore the beautiful cobblestone streets, the colorful textiles, and charming cafes before your train leaves for Machu Picchu. Boarding the train from the ...

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Day 6 - Machu Picchu to Cusco

The Majesty of Machu Picchu

Your private guide will accompany you to the Guard Shack at Machu Picchu where you’ll get the best view of this World Wonder, as well as an extended tour and explanation of the history, surrounding areas, and the sacred legend of Machu Picchu. The Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu keeps a profound essence of sacred and mystery, which harmonizes with the natural landscape, being a place of great scientific and cultural significance as an expression of the architectural development of Inca culture.

A gourmet lunch is provided by the Sanctuary Lodge at Machu Picchu and then you’ll begin your journey to the Inca Capital of Cusco. Taking the train from Aguas Calientes you’ll head through the dramatic landscape of the Sacred Valley until you reach Cusco. Having acclimatized to the altitude the last few days, Cusco’s altitude (11,150ft. above sea level) should be no problem at all at this point, allowing you to really get out and enjoy the town this evening, or get some rest at one of our lovely boutique hotels in Cusco.

Included: Half day Machu Picchu excursion with Roundtrip bus to the ruins, entrance fees & private guide; Buffet lunch in Sanctuary Lodge; Train back to Cusco; Accommodation in Cusco. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch).

Your private guide will accompany you to the Guard Shack at Machu Picchu where you’ll get the best view of this World Wonder, as well as an extended tour and explanation of the history, surrounding areas, and the sacred legend ...

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Day 7 - Cusco

Cusco like a local

Walk around the Imperial City of the Incas, starting at the local market of Cusco, where you will experience a bit of Peruvian Culture and daily Cusqueño life. In the market, you can find the best variety of vegetables, bread, and fruits in the country. Continuing this pleasant walk you’ll visit the impressive Colonial Cathedral in Cusco containing over 400 paintings from the Cusqueña School and several beautiful altars. Afterward, you’ll visit Koricancha, which is considered a religious center of Cusco, geographical and political. The Temple of Koricancha, was where the Inca paid homage to the Sun god called Inti. Qori means goldwork and Kancha means an enclosed space, bounded by walls. Then you’ll walk uphill a bit to enter the artisan quarter of San Blas, where you’ll be able to appreciate a religious painting and many workshops where, if they are available, you can watch artisans in action. After this, you’ll return to your hotel.

Included: Private excursion with Guide and Entrance fees to Koricancha and the Cathedral; Accommodation in Cusco. (Meals – Breakfast).

Walk around the Imperial City of the Incas, starting at the local market of Cusco, where you will experience a bit of Peruvian Culture and daily Cusqueño life. In the market, you can find the best variety of vegetables, bread, ...

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Day 8 - Cusco

Day at Leisure

Day at leisure to take our optional tour: Cusipata Rainbow Mountain and the Red Valley off the beaten path. You will be picked up from your hotel around 4 am and will head south of Cuzco on the road towards Puno. After traveling on the road for 2 hours approx., you will arrive at Cusipata and will detour towards the mountain in order to enjoy the natural scenery. On the road, you will be able to see alpacas, llamas, and natives from the area. After being on the road for an hour, you will arrive at Phullawasipata (4626 meters) where you will enjoy a box breakfast and then proceed to get ready to start the trek. You will first trek for about 1.5 to 2 hours upwards to the crest of the Red Valley. You will have two lookout points on the route, from where you can appreciate the three mountains in the area, Hatun R’iti, Inca and Surimana, and the beautiful view of the Puka Cocha Lake, or Red Lake. You will then arrive at the peak which is 5038 meters, here you can observe the Red Valley as well as the Apu Ausangate. You will enjoy the view for about 30 minutes and then continue with the trek descending towards the Rainbow Mountain. Approximately 30 minutes later, you will arrive at the lookout point of the Vinicunca Mountain, or Rainbow Mountain. Once there, enjoy the amazing landscape and have some time to take pictures of the beautiful scenery. Afterward, you will begin to descend towards the Khomer Cocha, or Green Lake. This trek will be more special since you will probably be the only one taking this route. The trek will last between 1.5 to 2 hours until you reach Phullawasipata. Here, the transportation will be waiting for you and will take you to enjoy a well-deserved buffet lunch at a local restaurant before being transferred back to your hotel in Cuzco, where you will arrive somewhere between 3:30 pm and 5 pm.

Included: Accommodation in Cusco. (Meals – Breakfast)

Day at leisure to take our optional tour: Cusipata Rainbow Mountain and the Red Valley off the beaten path. You will be picked up from your hotel around 4 am and will head south of Cuzco on the road towards ...

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Day 9 - Cusco to Lima

Back to Lima

Your private transfer will take you to Cusco’s Airport where you will be assisted to board your flight towards Lima.

It is more convenient to stay at the airport hotel in Lima, which is located in front of the terminal for a faster connection tomorrow. Once you’ve settled and checked in to your accommodation we recommend resting and getting ready for your next adventure.

Included: Private transfer to Cusco airport, Accommodation in Lima. (Meals – Breakfast)

Your private transfer will take you to Cusco’s Airport where you will be assisted to board your flight towards Lima.

It is more convenient to stay at the airport hotel in Lima, which is located in front of the terminal for ...

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DAy 10 - Lima to San Jose to La Fortuna/ Arenal

Fly to Costa Rica and the Arenal Volcano

After checking out, walk across from the hotel to the airport terminal for your flight to San Jose, Costa Rica.

Once you’ve touched down to San Jose, you’ll be warmly welcomed by your driver and taken onwards to your accommodation at the Arenal Volcano area. The journey takes approximately 4 hours. As you approach the town of La Fortuna, one of the first things you’ll see is the Arenal Volcano. Although it is no longer spewing out hot lava your first sighting of the sleeping giant will always be the most memorable as it rises up high above the surrounding landscape, the rest of the day is free to explore or relax.

Included: Private transfer from San Jose airport to your accommodation around La Fortuna; Accommodation around la Fortuna / Arenal. (Meals – Breakfast).

After checking out, walk across from the hotel to the airport terminal for your flight to San Jose, Costa Rica.

Once you’ve touched down to San Jose, you’ll be warmly welcomed by your driver and taken onwards to your accommodation at ...

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Day 11 - La Fortuna/ Arenal

Explore the Canopy by Zip-line in Arenal

Today you will enjoy the beauties of the Arenal Volcano and the surrounding area, on one of the most famous activities in Costa Rica; the so-called Canopy Zip-Line or Sky trek. This Sky Trek is combined with a ride in the Sky Tram (gondola) that provides an unforgettable half-day excursion in Arenal.

You will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the Arenal Nature Reserve, where a bilingual nature guide will accompany you on your excursion to give you a local insight to the surrounding flora and fauna. Until recently, little was known about life in the treetops of tropical forests, as it was nearly impossible to get so high. First, a ride in an open-air gondola, the Sky Tram, will take you to an observation platform at the highest point of the Arenal Reserve, where you can sit down to enjoy the fantastic views of Lake Arenal, the mountain range, the rainforest and of course the Arenal Volcano. Gently soaring up through the rainforest, the Sky Tram gondolas offer endless views of the landscapes around you and since you will be able to stop the tram at any point, one-of-a-kind photographs can be captured and tropical birds spotted.

From the observation deck, you will commence your Canopy or Sky Trek, riding down on a zip line, stretching across canyons, and between treetops in an exhilarating adventure. Zipping along nearly 2 miles of cables, you will see the rainforest as well as get a panoramic view of the volcano and lake from a whole new perspective, ultimately returning you to the starting point at the main building. The Sky Trek is similar to other canopy tours in Costa Rica but incorporates some significant differences, such as being on a much larger scale, with more zip lines and platforms to explore. Its construction is of the highest quality, utilizing protective and secure materials, including metal platforms and mesh-covered steel rails, which prevent falling or sliding. The zip line is simply there to add a little perspective so you can tell how high you are or how fast you’re going and it adds a nice background to the photographs as well. Although you’ll be moving too fast to see much of the wildlife on this part of the tour, it’s definitely a thrill worth experiencing!

Arriving back in the town of La Fortuna, the rest of the afternoon is free for you to relax or take an optional excursion. After an active morning, we recommend taking a soak at the hot springs warmed by the heart of the Arenal Volcano. Many of the area’s best hot springs are situated just at the foot of the Arenal Volcano which means that you can enjoy looking up at the mighty volcano while soaking in the warm waters rich in minerals while listening to the calls of the rainforest around you this is a truly heavenly experience!

Included: Half day Canopy Zip-line excursion and a ride in the Sky Tram gondola with group guide and transport, Entrance fees; Accommodation around La Fortuna / Arenal. (Meals – Breakfast).

Today you will enjoy the beauties of the Arenal Volcano and the surrounding area, on one of the most famous activities in Costa Rica; the so-called Canopy Zip-Line or Sky trek. This Sky Trek is combined with a ride in ...

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Day 12 - La Fortuna / Arenal

Boating the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge

Today you will be picked up from your accommodation by a bilingual nature guide who will accompany you on a full-day excursion. You will drive to the Caño Negro Nature Reserve, located in the northern part of Costa Rica. The Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge is one of the most important reserves for bird watching and year-round observation of wildlife in Costa Rica. This wildlife-rich wetland area of almost 25,000 acres (10,000 hectares), is flooded in the rainy season by the Rio Frio, which cuts through the refuge, making it an ideal waterway for guided boat tours.

Boarding a boat, you’ll navigate your way through what is considered one of the most important conservations sites in the world. Made up of wetlands, rainforest, and swampland there are more than 200 species of birds that come to this one area. The most famous being the endangered Jabiru Stork which is the tallest flying bird in Latin America… if you’re here during the dry season (February-April) you will have a chance of seeing them. But you can also very much appreciate many other types of birds. If you’re not such a fan of birds then don’t worry. As you silently cruise the Rio Frio, this area will reveal all kinds of wildlife from capuchin monkeys, sloths and iguanas too, river turtles, caiman, and the basilisk, also called Christ Lizard as it can walk on water. Caño Negro will provide you with some amazing photo opportunities so make sure your camera is fully charged! Following your amazing wildlife tour, a delicious riverside lunch will be served, before you will be transferred back to your Arenal hotel.

The evening is free for you to relax or take an optional excursion.

Tip: Don’t forget to bring a photocopy of your passport, sunscreen, insect repellent, hat, and camera.

Included: Full Day Boat Tour Unique Cano Negro with group guide and transport, Entrance fees; Accommodation around La Fortuna / Arenal. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch).

Today you will be picked up from your accommodation by a bilingual nature guide who will accompany you on a full-day excursion. You will drive to the Caño Negro Nature Reserve, located in the northern part of Costa Rica. The ...

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Day 13 - La Fortuna / Arenal to Tamarindo

To the beaches of Tamarindo

Leaving Arenal and la Fortuna behind, you will continue your journey to Tamarindo, the drive is approximately 5 hours long.

Now’s the time to unleash the Beach Boys playlist as you arrive in the vibrant beach town of Tamarindo on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast. Tamarindo has some of the best beaches on Costa Rica’s Pacific coastline, and especially so if you’re into surfing, or are at least game for a go. Most people’s instinctive reaction upon reaching Tamarindo is to run straight for the beach. All we ask is that you check into your hotel first, and from then on, the rest of your day is free to spend at leisure and enjoy the pure beach life.

The long, golden sands of Tamarindo are separated from the neighboring beach of Playa Grande in the north, by the Matapalo River which is part of the Tamarindo Wildlife Reserve. This neighboring beach is also a protected nesting ground for the endangered Leatherback turtle, and during the breeding season (Nov – Feb) you can take a guided moonlight walk to see the turtles come ashore to lay their eggs.

Included: Shared transfer from Arenal to Tamarindo; Accommodation in Tamarindo. (Meals – Breakfast).

Leaving Arenal and la Fortuna behind, you will continue your journey to Tamarindo, the drive is approximately 5 hours long.

Now’s the time to unleash the Beach Boys playlist as you arrive in the vibrant beach town of Tamarindo on Costa ...

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Day 14 - Tamarindo

Tamarindo at leisure

Today is left free for you to relax at the beach, stroll through the beach town, or explore more of the natural beauty around Tamarindo. One of our favorite optional tours (not included) is to go on a gentle horseback ride through the dry tropical forest of the Guanacaste lowlands, where you’ll arrive at a number of beautiful viewpoints and secluded beaches.

This gentle horseback ride takes approximately 2 hours and before you depart, you will be given an extensive briefing on the basics of controlling your horse. On the tour, you’ll ride out on a variety of forest and mountain trails, as well as to a number of lookout points and secluded beaches that make for a memorable natural adventure. Keep your eyes out for wildlife along the way as you encounter howler monkeys, iguanas, pelicans, crabs among many others.

Included: Accommodation in Tamarindo. (Meals – Breakfast).

Today is left free for you to relax at the beach, stroll through the beach town, or explore more of the natural beauty around Tamarindo. One of our favorite optional tours (not included) is to go on a gentle horseback ...

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Day 15 - Tamarindo

Sailing & Snorkeling along the Pacific

Today you have the morning free for you to relax at the beach, stroll through the beach town, or explore more of the natural beauty around Tamarindo. In the afternoon you will be picked up at your hotel and drive to the marina at Flamingo Beach. Here you will board a well-equipped catamaran. Make yourself comfortable as the crew will set the sail (depending on the wind) and navigate for about 5 miles giving you access to some of the beautiful isolated beaches and snorkel locations of Costa Rica. A snorkeling guide will show you the marine wildlife such as pufferfish, starfish, sea turtle, dolphin, and maybe you are that lucky to even see a whale. During this trip, you can also experience kayaking and fishing. The catamaran will drop anchor in a tranquil bay, where you can snorkel or reach a deserted white beach while the chef prepares a delicious buffet to enjoy. Then sail back just in time to watch the sunset, offering you cold tropical drinks and let you enjoy the most beautiful natural scenery.

Included: Half Day Catamaran tour and Snorkeling with group guide and transport; Accommodation in Tamarindo. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch or early Dinner).

Today you have the morning free for you to relax at the beach, stroll through the beach town, or explore more of the natural beauty around Tamarindo. In the afternoon you will be picked up at your hotel and drive ...

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Day 16 - Tamarindo and away

Homeward bound

Enjoy one last walk along Tamarindo’s beach and then it’s time to say goodbye to this tropical country with its wide diversity in ecosystems and natural beauty. You will continue your journey to the International Airport for your flight out. We wish you a pleasant flight and great memories of Costa Rica!

Note: It is 5 hours drive to San Jose Airport (SJO) and you would need to be at the airport 3 hours prior to your flight.

Included: Private transfer from Tamarindo to San Jose Airport (Meals – Breakfast; Depending on your departure time).

Enjoy one last walk along Tamarindo’s beach and then it’s time to say goodbye to this tropical country with its wide diversity in ecosystems and natural beauty. You will continue your journey to the International Airport for your flight out. ...

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We have over 20 years experience building relationships with a short list of some of the best hotels and guides in Central & South America, from 7 regional offices in Latin America. We always aim to offer our tour packages with as little impact with the culture, by using shared transportation and/or private “like a local” excursions using public transportation. Let us know your travel dates and destination preferences, and we’ll match you with YOUR PERFECT Latin America experience. 

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David & Apryl Imboden
from the United States to Peru
Dear CAT, Thanks so much for an incredible time in Peru. The service that you provided during our private tour was amazing. The guides were knowledgeable, the hotels were above the level we expected and everything that was included was more than we could have imagined. We loved traveling along the coast and of course Machu Picchu was a greater highlight than any pictures can do justice. Sincerely, David and Apryl Imboden, Orange, CA
Andrew & Debra Lee
from the United States to Argentina, Brazil & Peru
Hi Sarah, We had a wonderful time and it was a great trip overall! Could not have had the experience that we did without your help - no regrets at all in booking with CAT! (I have already forwarded a link to your website to a co-worker who is interested in traveling to South America in the future). Thanks for all of your and Alex’s help in making our trip a memorable one! Regards, Andrew
Angela Willis & Son
from the United States to Brazil & Peru
Sarah, The vacation to Brazil and Peru was great! All of the guides were good, but Luiz and Fernando were exceptional! Both of them went out of their way to accommodate us and make our trip special. Pascuale was also very good, he certainly knows his way around Machu Picchu. I would recommend this trip to anyone! The hotels were wonderful as well. We even enjoyed the Andean Wings. I found the staff to be welcoming and the hotel quaint. The Sonesta Posada was a real stand out. Thanks again for your help in putting everything together. We had a great time! Angela
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Dear CAT Travel, We had a most wonderful time in Argentina. Working with Marcos was a real joy.  He proved to be very helpful and knowledgeable about his product and services.  All the transfers were executed punctually with friendly and professional staff.  The tours for the most part were excellent, depending on the guide, their overall knowledge, delivery and fluency in the English language. The hotels were all very clean, comfortable, and for the most part in good locations in respect to the center of town.  I can honestly say that it was a once in a lifetime trip and our best travel experience. It is a really wonderful travel destination, we loved, loved,loved Argentina! Annalena Burbridge
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