Costa Rica Holidays

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Highlights of Costa Rica from £2,345

Experience from close quarters some of the world’s finest volcanoes whilst filling your days with adventure including surfing and kayaking.
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Turtles and Toucans from £3,195

Highlights - Incredible Flora and fauna; Cultural insight; Stunning scenery... Read more ...


Classic Costa Rica and Panama

Quintessential Costa Rica and Panama from £3,995

Highlights - Rich eco-systems of pristine rainforest; Spectacular lava displays from Ar enal volcano; Romantic coastal retreat on Nicoya Peninsula... Read more ...



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Best time to be there

December to March is generally considered the dry season. Temperatures rise in April and the rains arrive on the Pacific side from May to November. The Atlantic side has no specific dry season but there is less rainfall between March and September.

Fly to

San Jose - daily via Madrid

flying time

12 hours

time difference

GMT -6 hours

Visas

Not required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations required



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Costa Rica with A&K

Timing is everything. And local knowledge. A returning guest recently told us how our guide gave her precise advice on when to head to her eco lodge deck to witness whales breaching off Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula. Almost to the second, several humpbacks entered stage left for an afternoon matinee of joyous breaching and tail slapping.

Brilliant, passionate and highly qualified guides are, of course, de rigeur for A&K. Along with the best 4WD vehicles - crucial for accessing the superbly protected wilderness - and long established local contacts, we offer seamless travel through a country washed by both Pacific and Caribbean waters, and through its Central American neighbours.

Take an Abercrombie & Kent luxury holiday to Costa Rica and you'll discover a heaven for anyone interested in tropical wildlife, flora and fauna. It has several spectacular protected reserves, the result of the region's most enlightened conservation policies.

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The cream of the crop is the Osa Peninsula's rainforest, surrounded by the beaches and inlets of the Corcavado National Park. Its jungle-swaddled lodges offer superb hiking with the chance of spotting tapir and ocelo; birding - hummingbirds, toucans and macaws are just the start - and dolphin and whale spotting trips in the Golfo Dulce.

Its Pacific coast also boasts the stunning Nicoya Peninsula with its mountain backdrop, and the small but perfectly formed Manuel Antonio National Park, threaded with forest trails. Expect to find everything from squirrel monkeys to two-toed sloths, super beaches and quiet riot of activities from rafting to canopy tours and sports fishing.

For those who prefer sunrise to sunset, the Caribbean coast's Tortuguero National Park offers a rare, carefully monitored, opportunity to watch green and leatherback turtles coming ashore at night to nest on the honey coloured sand. Combine it with day trips through the natural web of waterways that riddle the coastal forest and mangroves, watching out for iguanas and alligators.

And while it might be slim, you'll discover Costa Rica has a fascinating interior. The Monteverde Cloudforest Reserve, offering mellow mountains mist, verdant vegetation and well-marked trails, is a serene contrast to the famous Arenal Volcano, violently spewing rocks, lava and sparks. Yet another mesmerising act in Costa Rica's potent natural drama.
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Suggested Costa Rica Accommodation Offers

Lapa Rios Lodge 

Costa Rica 

Lapa Rios is situated on the undeveloped Osa Peninsula, in the south west of Costa Rica, within its own 1,000-acre reserve of...


Manatus Hotel 

Costa Rica 

Tucked amongst the trees on the banks of the Tortuguero National Park's principal canal, the boutique style Manatus Lodge offers 12 well-appointed, air-conditioned rooms.


Punta Islita 

Costa Rica 

Hotel Punta Islita is set along the beautiful jungle covered Nicoya Peninsula of Guanacaste Province, one of the country's richest cultural regions thanks to the presence of Hispanic, African and native Chorotega...


Florblanca Resort 

Costa Rica 

Hidden amongst almond trees within ten acres of wild beach front property, Florblanca Resort boasts one of the most beautiful settings in Costa Rica. Dotted along little pathways deep in attractive jungle...


Arenal Kioro 

Costa Rica 

Set at the foot of the spectacular Arenal Volcano within 27 acres of undulating private land, Kioro is the area's first luxury hotel. With uninterrupted views of the most active volcano in Costa Rica, watch the spectacular...



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Guest Testimonial

Jon Dunne's client writes; “I would like to thank all the team on Sanctuary Sunboat IV for their exceptional and outstanding care during my seven-night cruise. For your future clients, I can assure you that the security was first-class. Thank you to everybody at Abercrombie & Kent for a marvellous holiday.”

- SW, London


A&K Philanthropy

Peninsula School Feeding Association
Peninsula School Feeding Association

Aims to reduce short-term hunger and increase attendance of school children, with daily lunches for children who may otherwise not have a meal that day.



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