Jet south for a comfortable long stay on the Caribbean coastline of Costa Rica. Staying at Villas Pina in the country’s east, you’ll enjoy a well-equipped villa and breathtaking grounds as you soak up the sun and take full advantage of the volcanoes, beaches, and cloud forests of this Central American nation.
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This 14-day Costa Rican long stay takes you to a resort on the Caribbean Coast. It features first-class accommodations, private transfers, optional touring, and is an ideal way to relax for a few weeks in a sunny environment.
Your Caribbean long stay takes you to San Jose, where you’ll meet your driver and transfer to Villas Pina, on the eastern coastline around five hours from the capital. Settle into your very own villa, which comes with air conditioning, a kitchenette, two queen beds, a room safe, and a verandah with gorgeous views of the garden or pool. Enjoy breakfast each morning in the Rancho common area, as well as access to the swimming pool, rooftop sundeck, and nearby beach.
You’ll have two weeks to take advantage of the Caribbean coastline and many attractions in Costa Rica. Rent a car to drive to nearby landmarks and explore the country. Hike through the rainforest, learn to surf on the coastline, go snorkelling in the Caribbean, or relax in natural hot springs. Head to the Arenal Volcano to go sandboarding and enjoy views of the spectacular volcanic peak. Hike through the cloud forests of Monteverde or go birding in Manuel Antonio National Park. Or stick closer to your villa and make the most of the warm beaches and sunny weather.
At the end of your stay, connect back to San Jose to return home, or extend your stay to enjoy all the bounties of Costa Rica.
Arrival to San Jose
On arrival in to San Jose, you will be met at the airport and will be transferred to Villas Pina resort. Drive time is +/- 5 hours. On arrival, you will be checked in to your condo.
A shared transfer service is also available as well as air transfers to Puerto Viejo (+/- 50 minutes in a light aircraft - luggage restrictions may apply) where you would be met and then transferred to the resort. Please inquire.
There is an option to pre-stock with food supplies to get you through the first day or two. Ask your destination expert about the options. You can prepare your own meals and shop at the onsite convenience stores or nearby supermarkets, or eat at the man on site restaurants and or sports bar or search for some local delicacies off site.
The days are yours to relax and explore as you see fit.
The name Costa Rica is Spanish for 'rich coast.' Even with just a few days here, it is hard to disagree.
A description of Costa Rica reads like a wish list for anyone travelling to Central America. Stunning beaches line both sides of the country, while the rainforest in between supports an ecosystem of unmatched biodiversity. Half a billion species call Costa Rica home. Significant majorities of those are insects, including the country's famous butterflies, but there are also over 250 mammals, and almost 1000 bird species to encounter.
Costa Rica is also the adventure sports capital of Central America. Much of the action is focus around the Arenal volcano and lake. A visit here is sure to yield some magnificent photos, with the option of a heart pumping zip-line tour through the rainforest canopy. With so much natural beauty and adventure to be had, few visitors linger in the capital, San Jose, but it too has its charms for those interested in Costa Rica's cultural side.
Depart from Villas Pina
Depart from Villas Pina with the included road transfer, or based on your flight time, return to the airport with your rental car (not included in the trip price) or air transfer (not included in the trip price) and return back home.
Longer stay are available. Please contact your destination expert for more options.
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