Green Season Costa Rica Super Saver 2, 2022

Set out on an adventure and explore Costa Rica with this great vacation package, This is a great deal, bundling car, hotels and excursions!

8 days/ 7 nights

Price from US $ 680,00 per person

Green Season Costa Rica Super Saver 2, 2022

Set out on an adventure and explore Costa Rica with this great vacation package, This is a great deal, bundling car, hotels and excursions!

8 days/ 7 nights

Price from US $ 680,00 per person

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US $ 680,00 per person

Day 01

Welcome to Costa Rica! For your convenience, once you have cleared immigration and customs, a National rent-a-car representative will be waiting for you at the airport exit holding a sign with your name on it. He will accompany them to the place where they will take the transport that will take you to the National office located 10 minutes from the airport for the delivery of the vehicle.


  • Mid Size 4×4 Manual (New Vitara or Similar) (8 Days of Rent)
  • Country Inn & Suites by Radisson (1 Night)

Room Type: Standard Room | 1 Double Room(s)

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Taxes Included

Costa Rica Highlights

Day 02

Self drive to Arenal volcano

The Northern Plains of Costa Rica showcases some very scenic countryside towns. Small agriculture communities and cattle ranches cover rolling hills and deep valleys. The plains, rainforests and rivers make the north central a must-see in any Costa Rica program.  The main attraction is the iconic Arenal Volcano. The Arenal Volcano area is Costa Rica’s premier region of exploration and excitement: Arenal is synonymous to adventure and Eco-discovery, where you can embark in a wide variety of activities. Enjoy the thrill of whitewater rafting or canyoning, or combine adventure with ecological discovery in a canopy tour. Hike the volcano or explore the rainforest strolling through hanging bridges. Feel transformed by the beauty and variety of our wildlife and tropical jungle. Get ready for a life changing adventure!


Option A

  • Casa Luna Hotel & Spa (2 Nights)

Room Type: Standard Deluxe Garden View Room | 1 Double Room(s)

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Taxes Included

Option B

  • Arenal Lodge (2 Nights)

Room Type: Junior Suite 1 Queen | 1 Double Room(s)

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Taxes Included

Day 03
Arenal volcano / La Fortuna

From bird watching, waterfalls, exotic plants and of course the majestic Arenal Volcano, the Arenal area features a great diversity of attractions and activities to enjoy. Enjoy a natural walking in the primary forest of Costa Rica, through the Arenal hanging bridges. They are 14 in total. La Fortuna River Waterfall boasts a beautiful scenic surrounded with abundant vegetation and a great variety of flora and fauna. The hot springs are very important for your body, because they have minerals coming from the volcano. You can relax in them after having enjoyed a tour or spending one day in La Fortuna.

La Fortuna Waterfall (self-guided hike) (entrance fee included )

The hike includes a walk of 15 minutes on a recently renovated track. Along the way there are comfortable places to rest with great view of the lush beauty of the rainforest. At the end of the trail you will see a 70m Waterfall with crystal clear water. Enjoy a refreshing swim in the waterfall.

Included: Entrance Fee

Day 04
Self drive to Monteverde

A startling haven for all that is living and natural, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve promises a journey that will make you one with nature–at a whole new level. Located in the Cordillera de Tilarán, Monteverde is one of the top ecotourism destinations the world over, being one of the most spectacular wildlife sanctuary and nature reserve in the world. It is actually home to some of the most endangered species in the planet. Its elevation is from 600 meters to 1800 meters above sea level in some isolated areas. It currently houses about 2,000 plant & tree species, 400 bird species, 100 species of mammals and around 1,200 amphibians and reptiles as well as hundreds of unique fern and orchid species. Birds are one of the main attractions in Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve as a lot of them would migrate there and a variety of species are for everyone to see alive and freely hovering. Some of the famed birds found in the cloud forest are the bare-necked umbrella birds, the endangered Bellbird, quetzals and over 30 species of hummingbirds.

What’s there to do in Monteverde? ( Note, activities are optional if not included in our proposal )

Tours are available for all nature lovers or first-time nature explorers alike. Considering the size of the reserve, hanging bridges and trails are good for hiking and sight-seeing. There is even a special private birding tour if you’re interested in learning more about these famous flying species. For the more active we offer zip lining! As the weather here is quite chilly and misty, due to the village being high up in the Tilaran Mountain Range, do bring some thick clothes and a light jacket to stay warm.


  • Cala Lodge (2 Nights)

Room Type: Standard Room | 1 Double Room(s)

Meals Plan: Continental Breakfast and Taxes Included

Day 05 

Sky Walk Excursion (Self guided hike)

The Sky Walk uses trails and a series of suspension bridges for a more relaxing introduction of the flora and fauna of the forest canopy. It allows a vision of the forest from a different perspective which starts with a hike on the ground and then taking you to explore the treetops, a hardly discovered habitat called the “canopy”. In Costa Rica, Sky Adventures was the pioneer in building hanging bridges, with the introduction of Sky Walk, to admire the forest from unique viewpoints. Sky Walk’s bridges span across canyons and bring visitors face to face with the upper level of the forest canopy.

Included: Entrance fee

Sky walk
Day 06

Self drive to Quepos, Manual Antonio National Park

A place of swaying palms and playful monkeys, sparkling blue water and a riot of tropical birds, Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio is the country’s smallest and most popular national park. It’s a truly lovely place; the clearly marked trail system winds through rainforest-backed white-sand beaches and rocky headlands, the wildlife (iguanas, sloths, monkeys) is plentiful, and the views across the bay to the pristine outer islands are gorgeous. Manuel Antonio National Park combines the rainforest with breathtaking white-sand beaches, among the most beautiful in Costa Rica. The Manuel Antonio Region has received plenty of coverage in travel magazines, earning it the distinction of one of the 10 most beautiful places in the world! Manuel Antonio’s humid tropical forest remains green year-round. The town itself is spread out across a hilly and curving road. Along this main road, near the top of the hill, are the area’s most luxurious hotels and fine-dining restaurants, surrounded by rain forest with amazing views of the beaches and offshore islands. From Manuel Antonio you can experience whitewater rafting, guided rainforest waterfall walks, horseback riding, snorkeling and sports fishing.

Optional activities in the Area (Not Included):

Some activities include: Manuel Antonio National Park visit and a variety of water sports, including surfing the legendary waves, diving and snorkelling and sunset cruises

***Note that Manuel Antonio National Park is closed on Tuesday


  • Tabulia Tree Hotel & Villas (2 Nights)

Room Type: Standard Room | 1 Double Room(s)

Meals Plan: Breakfast and Taxes Included

Day 07

Visit to Manuel Antonio National park

With the establishment of the Manuel Antonio National Park in 1972, Costa Ricans ensured that one of the most beautiful and biodiverse areas in the world will be preserved for future generations. Manuel Antonio National Park contains an enchanting combination of tropical rain forest, mangroves, beaches and coral reefs. The tropical rain forest is home to 2- and 3-toed sloths, toucans, iguanas, the endemic and adorable squirrel monkeys, millions of colorful crabs and much more. The path that winds around Punta Catedral offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean.

Included: Entrance fee

Day 08

Self drive to Alajuela, International Airport, drop of car

Departure from Manuel Antonio to the International Airport

After an amazing time of absolute highlights in our beautiful Costa Rica, it is time to return home.  Selfdrive to National rent a car offices near the airport. Once the car has been returned, one of the National representatives will take you to the International Departures Terminal of the Juan Santamaría Airport.

**Please note that estimated travel time between Manuel Antonio and San José is approximately 4 hrs. Please take note that you must check in with your airline carrier at the International Airport at least 3 hours prior to your departure time. If your flight leaves early in the morning, we strongly suggest to spend your last night in San Jose.**

  • All services indicated in the itinerary above.
  • Local Travel Program Support, 24-hour emergency service.
  • Airport transfers upon arrival and departure.
  • 7 nights of accommodation in hotels specified in the proposal.
  • Breakfast at all hotels and taxes included.
  • 8 days car rental Mid Size 4×4 Manual (New Vitara or Similar)
  • Free mileage.
  • 1st additional driver free of charges.
  • Free Wifi Hot Spot Included. In case of lack of availability, National Rental Car will deliver a GPS instead
  • Coverage included: CDW-TP-TPL: collision damage waiver-theft protection-third party liability
  • Entrance fees Included:
  • Entrance to La Fortuna Waterfall in Arenal (guide not included)
  • Entrance to the Hanging Bridges of Sky Adventure (guide not included)
  • Entrance to Manuel Antonio National Park (guide not included)


    • Other meals than indicated as included
    • Other excursions, tours and activities indicated as optional or not included
    • International flights
    • Personal expenses. Tips and extras at hotels.
    • National Park Entrance fees.
    • Airport taxes (US$ 29.00 per person not included)
  • The most important things to bring are your travel documents: a valid passport, flight and hotel information, health insurance card and driver’s license (if you plan on renting a car in Costa Rica). We advise you to make three copies of these documents. Put one copy in your carry-on bag, one copy in your suitcase and leave one copy at home.
  • Basic Tropical forests, colorful wildlife and spectacular beaches are part of daily life in Costa Rica. The climate varies depending on where you are, so pack accordingly.
    1. Prepare for hot, humid summers. Shorts, T-shirts, sundresses, skirts and tank tops in lightweight fabrics should keep you cool. Take a sweater for evenings at a higher elevation.
    2. Bring plenty of sunblock. Also include insect repellent, a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses and a swimsuit.
    3. Take rubber-soled sandals or hiking boots for journeys into the rain forests. Flip-flops and sandals are great for resorts and hanging out by the beach.
    4. Pack separate clothes for evenings. Simple dresses are great for women, while men will do well in long shorts and a button-down shirt.
    5. Prepare for cool winters, particularly in the northern regions and at higher elevations. Long pants and long-sleeved shirts are a must, while a fleece jacket or a sweater is advisable.
    6. Take an umbrella if you plan to travel between May and November – Costa Rica’s wettest period.
    7. A rain slicker will come in handy while hiking.
    8. Take an electric converter and adapter.

    Things to Add to Your Coronavirus Packing List

    1. Hand sanitizer: The CDC recommends hand sanitizers with greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol to kill coronavirus.
    2. Alcohol/ Disinfecting Wipes. To quickly and easily disinfect surfaces like doorknobs and light switches you encounter in your travels, you’ll also want some disinfecting wipes like Clorox or Lysol brand to take with you.
    3. Masks/Face coverings. Masks are a necessity in our daily life now, but are even more important for travelers. Pack plenty of masks because you might not have access to the same laundry options as back home. And if you are headed on a trip to a destination with a different climate, pack a wide variety of different kinds of masks. You might find one works better for different activities, humidity levels, or temperatures.

Valid from September 01st, 2022 to October 30, 2022

Rate per person: Option A  – Casa Luna Lodge US$ 680.00

Rate per person: Option B  – Arenal Lodge US$ 705.00

Prices in US dollars, based on double occupancy, local taxes included.

Accommodations are subject to availability

Additional fee applies for Christmas and New Year’s Eve (December 21 and 05 January) and Easter

Interested in this package? If you inquire, we will send you a detailed proposal with a 100% accurate price. The rates listed here is per person, based on our low season rates, with double occupation, transportation, tours, meals, taxes, and service fees included as described, unless otherwise indicated. Not included in the price are travel insurance, personal expenses and international airfare. Remember that all our packages are customizable at no extra cost.

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