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Central Voyager - 16 Days

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Liberia, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

  • Activities

    Adventure, Backpacking, Multi Activity Tour

  • Price
    $2090 CAD per trip
  • Duration

    16 days

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    As arranged

  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    Guiding services, accommodations, transportation to and from each destination, air conditioning and hot showers in all rooms, La Fortuna waterfall, ziplining, tarzan swing, offee plantation tour, mini canyon rock climbing, hot springs, jaguar animal rescue. NOT INCLUDED: You will need to bring spending money for the following: minimum of $40 a day, but no limit to that! Any activity not listed in included section (you will receive a list of optional activities upon singing up). Travel visas. Travel insurance (purchase prior to trip). Food. Alcohol. Personal shopping. Transportation to personal excursions that are not included in the tour.

  • Notes

    Optional activities not included in original price: Bungee jumping, kayaking, catamaran tour, scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing, parasailing, fishing, bike rentals, Queztal trail, coffee/sugar cane/chocolate tour, sky bridges, rating, ATVs, night hike, mountain biking, canoeing, jungle hiking


  • Explore the rainforest - on a zipline! Dash through the canopies and see the majesty of the rainforest from a different perspective
  • Enjoy hot springs, relaxing under tropical waterfalls, and returning to your AC, hot-water supplied rooms for rest
  • Check out the Jaguar Animal Rescue as part of your included tour!


Trip Info

Tour Costa Rica on a 16-day adventure where you will experience volcanoes, waterfalls, and the seven natural wonders of Costa Rica.

*The seven natural wonders of Costa Rica:

1) Coco’s Island: The inspiration for Jurassic park due to its pristine and lush ecosystem (fortunately without large apex predators – there are only human-introduced pigs, deer, goats, cats and rats) that is so beautiful that only certified park rangers are allowed to inhabit the island.
2) Arenal Volcano is an active, top-ten most active volcano (more specifically, a ‘stratovolcano’; a volcano built up of alternate layers of lava and ash.) that represents the childhood archetype that so many of us readily imagine. Almost perfectly conical and glowing with bright lava, this volcano is amazing to view both in daylight and at night.
3) Chirripo Mountain is the highest mountain in Costa Rica, reaching heights of 12,533 feet. Popular with hikers and climbers, this mountain shows visitors both the Caribbean Sea to the East, and the Pacific Ocean to the West from the summit.
4) ‘Light Blue River’ is a plain name, but the river itself is quiet extraordinary – the colour of the water is incredibly unique in its vibrance (due to the volcanic minerals that have seeped into the soil; mainly sulfur and calcium carbonate). Located in Tenorio Volcano National Park.
5) Tortuguero Canals in Tortuguero National Park is located along the Caribbean coastline of Costa Rica, home to an incredible array of wildlife that visitors rarely experience elsewhere in such quantity. Even though those visitors must travel here by air or water, Tortuguero National Park is the third most visited national park in Costa Rica, as many tours are available to the area.
6) Poas Volcano is another impressive stratovolcano, differentiated from the Arenal Volcano in that it holds two crater lakes at the summit that are richly imbued with minerals that lend vivid colours to the water.
7) Monteverde Reserve is surprisingly located in Monteverde, holding a massive amount of orchids, wildlife, hiking and camping opportunities, and hundreds of species spanning amphibians (over 60 species), 100 types of mammals, 2,500 species of plants, and 400 species of birds.

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