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Location: Alajuela

Day 1 - 10 Dec 2021

Jumbo Car Rent-a-Car

Alajuela, Jumbo Car Rent-a-Car

Content: We opted for a rental car to be flexible and free during the trip. The agency of our rental is called Jumbo Car. An agency that I highly recommend and whose prices were the least expensive compared to the ones of other rental companies. The service was top, a shuttle came to pick us up at the airport to bring us to the agency. Once there, everything went very quickly. The car we got was brand new.

Alajuela City Hotel & Guest House

Alajuela, Alajuela City Hotel & Guest House
Alajuela, Alajuela City Hotel & Guest House

Content: This is a very nice little hotel, not very expensive with a good breakfast, located in the center. We chose this city as our first stop, because of its proximity to the airport. As you can imagine, after a long flight and a 7-hour jet lag, you just want to rest without having to drive for hours.

La Hendija Sabrosa

Alajuela, La Hendija Sabrosa

Content: Very good typical restaurant and not expensive. We coudn't start our trip better with the typical dish, which is the Casado.

Location: La Fortuna

Day 2 - 11 Dec 2021

La Fortuna

La Fortuna, La Fortuna
La Fortuna, La Fortuna
La Fortuna, La Fortuna

Content: This region is famous for the Arenal Volcano National Park, Lake Arenal and the rain forest. La Fortuna is the town at the base of Arenal volcano, and Arenal is the area around the volcano. You can easily spend two days in Arenal because the activities in the area are endless. The city of La Fortuna is usually the starting point to visit the national park of the Arenal volcano, the park of Mistico, the waterfall of La Fortuna,…

Selina

La Fortuna, Selina
La Fortuna, Selina
La Fortuna, Selina
La Fortuna, Selina
La Fortuna, Selina

Content: We stayed 2 nights at the Hotel Selina la Fortuna, located right in the center of town. This hotel offers several activities such as yoga classes, cooking classes, Spanish classes, salsa classes, … I especially recommend it for solo travelers, because every night the hotel offers meetings moments around a campfire.

Location: La Fortuna de San Carlos

Day 2 - 11 Dec 2021

La Fortuna Waterfall

La Fortuna de San Carlos, La Fortuna Waterfall
La Fortuna de San Carlos, La Fortuna Waterfall
La Fortuna de San Carlos, La Fortuna Waterfall
La Fortuna de San Carlos, La Fortuna Waterfall
La Fortuna de San Carlos, La Fortuna Waterfall
La Fortuna de San Carlos, La Fortuna Waterfall
La Fortuna de San Carlos, La Fortuna Waterfall
La Fortuna de San Carlos, La Fortuna Waterfall

Content: The Fortuna waterfall is a must-see in Costa Rica. With a height of 75 meters in a bright blue pool, this waterfall is a perfect postcard of the Costa Rican jungle. The hike to La Fortuna waterfall is done by descending 500 steps. Before descending the steps, there is an observation platform offering a breathtaking view of the waterfall. Don’t miss this spot to take beautiful pictures. | You can’t swim in front of the waterfall, but down to the left there is a water spot where you can swim. The entrance fee is $18, which I think is not cheap to see a waterfall. However, I think it is still worth seeing despite its excessive price. There is a free parking in front of the entrance.

Location: La Fortuna

Day 2 - 11 Dec 2021

Místico Arenal Hanging Bridges

La Fortuna, Místico Arenal Hanging Bridges
La Fortuna, Místico Arenal Hanging Bridges
La Fortuna, Místico Arenal Hanging Bridges
La Fortuna, Místico Arenal Hanging Bridges
La Fortuna, Místico Arenal Hanging Bridges
La Fortuna, Místico Arenal Hanging Bridges

Content: One of my favorite park during this trip. This park offers a trail through hanging bridges surrounded by a huge rainforest. Out of a total of 16 bridges, 6 are hanging bridges. The main trail of Mistico is a loop, and is about 3.2 km long. Along the trail, there are many information panels. These help you understand a little about the plants, wildlife and life cycles of the forest. They are especially useful if you do not have a guide, what was our case. This place is exceptional. The feeling of walking on suspension bridges through the rainforest is incredible. I highly recommend visiting this park. The entrance fee is $26. There is free parking at the entrance.

Pollo Fortuneño

La Fortuna, Pollo Fortuneño
La Fortuna, Pollo Fortuneño
La Fortuna, Pollo Fortuneño
La Fortuna, Pollo Fortuneño

Content: In the evening we walked around in La Fortuna and had dinner at Pollo Fortunea. Excellent address for lovers of barbecue and chicken, located in the heart of La Fortuna. We enjoyed our dinner.

Location: Fortuna

Day 3 - 12 Dec 2021

Arenal 1968 Volcano View and Lava Trails

Fortuna, Arenal 1968 Volcano View and Lava Trails
Fortuna, Arenal 1968 Volcano View and Lava Trails
Fortuna, Arenal 1968 Volcano View and Lava Trails
Fortuna, Arenal 1968 Volcano View and Lava Trails
Fortuna, Arenal 1968 Volcano View and Lava Trails

Content: In the morning we went for a hike on the Arenal 1968 trail. This park is named after the eruption of the Arenal volcano in 1968, one of the most important and crucial events in Costa Rican history. The eruption destroyed three towns and killed several people, but it also changed the topography of the area. The forest on the western side of the volcano disappeared as the lava took over. If you are just looking for a nice view on the volcano, go to the Mirador. To get there, you have to walk about 1 km. Once there, this spot offers a beautiful view and there is also a bar overlooking the volcano. For the hike, there are 2 different trails. 1. Lava flow 1968 Trail: This hike is ±2,5 km through a tropical forest that leads to the lava flows. 2. Forest 1968 Trail: This trail is an extension of the first trail of ±2 km. From the first trail, you can continue on this one that goes around the lake, ‘Los Patos‘. See pictures below on the lake. | The entrance fee is $15. The parking is free. At the end of the trail, whether it’s the first or the second one, you’ll come across the Mirador El Silencio, as already described above. For me, this is one of the best views of the Arenal volcano. You can sit down at the cafeteria after your hike and enjoying the view overlooking the volcano, which we obviously did.

Location: La Fortuna

Day 3 - 12 Dec 2021

La Fortuna

La Fortuna, La Fortuna

Content: After the hike we enjoyed some free time in the city of La Fortuna. I fell in love with this small town. I felt extremely comfortable there as soon as I arrived. The town is full of bars, souvenir stores and tour stands. Even in the evening, I did not feel insecure. I recommend you to stay there when you are in the area!

Chocolate Fusión

La Fortuna, Chocolate Fusión

Content: A nice address is Chocolate Fusion, situated near the park of La Fortuna. It's a kind of café with many assortments of chocolate, but also hot and cold drinks, like fresh fruit juices. The Papaya one was delicious. Not to be missed!

Location: Guatuso

Day 4 - 13 Dec 2021

Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros

Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros
Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros
Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros
Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros
Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros
Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros
Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros
Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros
Guatuso, Rio Celeste y Los Teñideros

Content: The next day we drove from La Fortuna to our next destination, which is the area of Rio Celeste. The drive was around 2 hours. The legend says that “when God finished painting the sky blue, he washed his brushes in the Rio Celeste“. You would see the water is blue when the weather is good. If it rained, the water will not have the same color unfortunately, It will turn more into a brown color. The Rio Celeste is located in the Tenorio Volcano National Park. The trails can be very muddy if it has rained a lot in the area, as most of the trails are dirt. There are no difficulties with this trail. There are no intense climbs or switchbacks. However, there are about 150 very steep steps to reach the waterfall. In addition, there are many large rocks and tree roots that you have to walk on because it is a natural path. As far as the length of the hike is concerned, the Rio Celeste hike is 6 km long. The hike through this park lasted about 2.5 hours, and was particularly pleasant and unreal. It is a place not to be missed during your trip to Costa Rica. | The entrance fee is $12. If you are traveling by car, parking in Tenorio National Park costs $2. The last visitors are allowed to enter the park before 2 pm, so it is recommended to arrive early.

Location: Bijagua de Upala

Day 4 - 13 Dec 2021

Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge

Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge
Bijagua de Upala, Finca La Amistad Cacao Lodge

Content: We spent the night at Finca la Amistad Cacao lodge. This lodge is located at the foot of the Tenorio Volcano National Park, home to the magical Rio Celeste. It is one of the largest and most sustainable cocoa farms in Costa Rica. The rooms are nestled in the middle of nature on the cocoa farm. The breakfast is excellent and local. We were able to discover the life of a cocoa farm and also taste the local cuisine, make our own chocolate and even had a guided tour of the farm going through all the steps of chocolate making. It was very interesting and without a doubt one of the highlights of our trip to Costa Rica.

Location: Monteverde

Day 5 - 14 Dec 2021

Monteverde

Monteverde, Monteverde

Content: Monteverde is an area of mountains and greenery that is also known for its thrills such as zip-lining. Other must-do’s in the area are a hike in the Santa Elena or Monteverde reserves. We didn’t do it, so I couldn’t say more, but here you can get more information. You can easily spend two days in Monteverde, if you plan to visit the Santa Elena or Monteverde reserves.

Location: Santa Elena

Day 5 - 14 Dec 2021

Monteverde Country Lodge

Santa Elena, Monteverde Country Lodge
Santa Elena, Monteverde Country Lodge
Santa Elena, Monteverde Country Lodge
Santa Elena, Monteverde Country Lodge
Santa Elena, Monteverde Country Lodge
Santa Elena, Monteverde Country Lodge

Content: We stayed one night at the Monteverde Country Lodge. This hotel is located not far from the center of Santa Elena. The staff was very nice. | If you plan to visit the reserve of Santa Elena or the one of Monteverde, I advise spending 2 nights there. What was cool, too, is that we could enjoy the spa of one of their partner hotel. It was a nice moment and, on top of that, we had an amazing sunset.

Location: Monteverde

Day 5 - 14 Dec 2021

Gusticos Monteverde

Monteverde, Gusticos Monteverde
Monteverde, Gusticos Monteverde

Content: In the evening we went to Gusticos. A Typical fast food with excellent service, cheap and authentic local food. We loved it!

Location: Monteverde

Day 6 - 15 Dec 2021

100% Aventura

Monteverde, 100% Aventura
Monteverde, 100% Aventura
Monteverde, 100% Aventura
Monteverde, 100% Aventura
Monteverde, 100% Aventura

Content: As already said before, Monteverde is a region of mountains and greenery which is also famous for its thrills! That’s why we went there to do zip-lining. Many agencies offer excursions. We opted for the one of 100% adventura, recommended by our hotel. This agency offer a trail with stronger sensations compared for example to the agencies of Selvatura or Skyadventure which are rather softer and more for families. I loved the activity! I did the longest zip line in Costa Rica, which is 1590 m long, and while lying down in Superman mode (see last picture). The strong sensations were well present. 🤙 | Count about €50 for this type of activity.

Raulito's Pollo Asado

Monteverde, Raulito's Pollo Asado

Content: After the thrills of the ziplining and before heading to the Pacific Coast, we had a quick lunch at Raulitos. This is a local rotisserie, where they serve fresh and tasty roasted chicken every day, with homemade corn tortillas, beans, rice and homemade chimichurri… It was really cheap and delicious!

Location: Santa Teresa

Day 6 - 15 Dec 2021

Santa Teresa

Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa
Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa
Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa

Content: After a few busy days in La Fortuna & Monteverde, it was time to enjoy and relax at a beautiful beach destination, which is Santa Teresa. Santa Teresa is a great destination because of its relaxed atmosphere, incredible beaches and entertainment venues. Read more below about what to do in Santa Teresa & Montezuma.

Location: Santa Teresa

Day 7 - 16 Dec 2021

Santa Teresa

Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa
Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa
Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa
Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa
Santa Teresa, Santa Teresa

Content: When in Santa Teresa, explore the beaches of Santa Teresa, Playa Carmen or Hermosa. Playa Carmen is the city’s main beach and this is where there is usually the most to do. A little north of Playa Carmen is Playa Santa Teresa. This area was recently built and has its own section of restaurants, hotels and stores. Playa Hermosa is located about 10-15 minutes north of the main strip of Santa Teresa.

Hotel Luz de Luna

Santa Teresa, Hotel Luz de Luna
Santa Teresa, Hotel Luz de Luna
Santa Teresa, Hotel Luz de Luna

Content: We stayed 3 nights at the Luz de Luna hotel, which is run by a really nice Belgian guy. The location of the hotel makes it an excellent value for money. It is located slightly behind the main road, which means, we were less disturbed by this main road. Our room was quite large and all in wood with a nice terrace and hammock overlooking a nice garden. We loved waking up with the sound of the nature, like the ones of birds, monkeys, squirrels… I can only recommend this hotel.

Location: Katana restaurant

Day 7 - 16 Dec 2021

Katana Asian Cuisine

Katana restaurant, Katana Asian Cuisine
Katana restaurant, Katana Asian Cuisine
Katana restaurant, Katana Asian Cuisine

Content: If you’re tired of eating local, this is the place to go. It’s Asian food at its best! I had one of my best Pad Thai’s as well as some great Bao’s. 

Location: Montezuma

Day 8 - 17 Dec 2021

Montezuma

Montezuma, Montezuma
Montezuma, Montezuma
Montezuma, Montezuma
Montezuma, Montezuma
Montezuma, Montezuma
Montezuma, Montezuma
Montezuma, Montezuma
Montezuma, Montezuma

Content: Montezuma is about 40 minutes drive from Santa Teresa. This is a great day trip that I highly recommend. Montezuma is a quiet beach town with a bohemian vibe on the Nicoya Peninsula. It’s a favorite for backpackers, yogis, surfers and people looking for an inspiring and peaceful getaway. Montezuma beach is also a great spot to spend the afternoon. We were alone on the beach the whole morning, surrounded by palm trees. It was an incredible moment. This beach is in my top 3 of the most beautiful beaches I have seen during the trip.

Location: Paquera

Day 8 - 17 Dec 2021

Montezuma Waterfall

Paquera, Montezuma Waterfall
Paquera, Montezuma Waterfall
Paquera, Montezuma Waterfall
Paquera, Montezuma Waterfall

Content: From downtown Montezuma, walk or drive about 0.5 km south to the small bridge across the Rio Montezuma. Just after the bridge, there is a trail and parking on the right. Parking costs about $2, otherwise entry is free. We parked on the road, so escaped the paid parking.  After a hike of about 20 minutes, you will reach the waterfall. Once There, you can swim in the cool water and make a lot of beautiful pictures.

Location: Santa Teresa

Day 8 - 17 Dec 2021

Chicken Joe's Rotisserie

Santa Teresa, Chicken Joe's Rotisserie

Content: In the evening we went back to Santa Teresa and ate at chicken joe. This is a casual restaurant serving roasted chicken, tacos, ceviche and other Peruvian style items. We had a good meal, but we have to say, it’s expensive for what it is. 🍗

Location: Manzanillo

Day 9 - 18 Dec 2021

Cafe Social

Manzanillo, Cafe Social

Content: The next day we had a good breakfast at Cafe social. This is another great place to breakfast or to lunch.

Location: Santa Teresa

Day 9 - 18 Dec 2021

Cocobolo Surf Hotel & School

Santa Teresa, Cocobolo Surf Hotel & School
Santa Teresa, Cocobolo Surf Hotel & School

Content: After breakfast, we took a surf lesson with Cocobolo Surf school which I highly recommend. The teacher was very nice and gave us good advices. He was constantly checking our moves and giving us advices to improve us. The course lasted approximately 1h30, including 30 min of explanation on the beach and 1 h of training in the sea. We had a wonderful time !  | The price was 60 euro per person for an individual course

Earth Cafe

Santa Teresa, Earth Cafe

Content: After the surf lesson with had lunch at Earth café, which is a small café/restaurant that offers vegan or vegetarian dishes, including a smoothie menu. The atmosphere is casual. I had the best avocado toast 🥑 here so far.

Location: Santa Teresa

Day 10 - 19 Dec 2021

Banana Beach Restaurant

Santa Teresa, Banana Beach Restaurant
Santa Teresa, Banana Beach Restaurant
Santa Teresa, Banana Beach Restaurant
Santa Teresa, Banana Beach Restaurant
Santa Teresa, Banana Beach Restaurant

Content: A desire for cocktails, smoothies, good food and reggae? Go to the Banana Beach Bar. It’s a very relaxing place to watch the sunset in the late afternoon with your feet in the sand. You can also spend a whole afternoon on their deckchairs, which are free. That’s what we did, enjoying an entire afternoon relaxing on the beach with a delicious smoothie in the hand.

Eat Street

Santa Teresa, Eat Street

Content: Eat street is a cozy place where you can order your food and drinks from four different booths (coffee, tacos/burritos/burgers, bowls and drinks). This place is very popular and crowded.

Location: Quepos

Day 11 - 20 Dec 2021

Manuel Antonio

Quepos, Manuel Antonio
Quepos, Manuel Antonio
Quepos, Manuel Antonio
Quepos, Manuel Antonio

Content: The Manuel Antonio National Park welcomes nearly five hundred thousand visitors every year. It is not surprising that tourism in the Quepos area plays an essential role in the daily life of many people. We visited the parc the whole day.

Airbnb

Quepos, Airbnb

Content: Quepos is a small town in Costa Rica, which we know if we visit the Manuel Antonio National Park, because the town is mostly known as the gateway to the Manuel Antonio National Park. That’s why we spent 2 nights in Quepos at sunrise house.

Location: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Day 12 - 21 Dec 2021

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Content: From Manuelle Antonio we drove straight to the Caribbean coast. It was a 8 hour drive. Puerto Viejo is the main city in the southern Caribbean and is surrounded by beautiful beaches. Puerto Viejo was once a small fishing village. Now increasingly popular, it is one of the most popular surfing destinations in the world. With its relaxed atmosphere and unique blend of Latino, Afro-Caribbean and indigenous Bribri cultures, the city is a lively place to spend a relaxing vacation.

La Prometida

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, La Prometida

Content: We stayed at La Prometida hotel, which was more than perfect! It’s a little more expensive than other hotels in the area, but it’s worth the price. The rooms are modern villas nestled between the jungle and the ocean. Each villa is thoughtfully decorated. The location is ideal, it’s 2 steps from the beach, and is also within walking distance of the center. The owners, an Argentinian couple, are very nice. You get the impression that they really care about your well-being. Every morning we were given special attention. The coffee was dropped off at our door, which is a very pleasant touch. The place is also so cozy, comfortable and peaceful that you can only hear the birds and monkeys in the morning. Big mention also for the breakfast. All in all, this is a hotel I highly recommend.

Location: Puerto Viejo

Day 13 - 22 Dec 2021

Puerto Viejo

Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo
Puerto Viejo, Puerto Viejo

Content: One of the things to do in Puerto Viejo is to rent a bike and bike along the coast. From Puerto Viejo, it’s 26 km round trip to Manzanillo. Everywhere in Puerto Viejo you can rent bikes. While biking, you’ll pass by the most beautiful beaches such as: - Playa Cocles - Playa Chiquita - Playa Punta Uva - Playa Negra (located on the other side of Puerto Viejo) A little advice, leave early when it is still cool and choose a nice beach to spend the afternoon. We spent the afternoon at Playa Punta Uva. It is according to me the most beautiful beach of the region. It is also part of my favorite beaches of this trip. Furthermore, it is also here that you will find one of the most Instagrammable spot with the palm tree.

Location: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Day 13 - 22 Dec 2021

GypSea Café | Playa Chiquita

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, GypSea Café | Playa Chiquita

Content: If you want to eat on the way, you can stop at Playa Chiquita and eat at the Gypsea Café, which is a nice place for lunch.

Todo Es Posible

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Todo Es Posible

Content: In the evening we had Italian dinner. I recommand this address. It's a delicious Italian restaurant, owned by an expat originally from Rome. Big mention for the swordfish pasta. 🍝

Location: Unknown

Day 14 - 23 Dec 2021

Parque Nacional Cahuita

Unknown, Parque Nacional Cahuita
Unknown, Parque Nacional Cahuita
Unknown, Parque Nacional Cahuita
Unknown, Parque Nacional Cahuita

Content: Another thing to do is to explore the Cahuita National Park 🐒 Cahuita National Park is 20 km from Puerto Viejo. While hiking in the park, you’ll see the beach on your left and dense jungle on your right. You’re likely to see all kinds of animals like raccoons, sloths, howler monkeys and more. Tip: Go when the tide is low. We didn’t pay attention to that and had the high tide. So, we could not continue to the end of the trail, which is a shame. | The entrance fee is by donation. You can give what you want. To give you an idea, generally the average amount is 5 euros.

Location: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Day 14 - 23 Dec 2021

Sol del Caribe

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Sol del Caribe
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Sol del Caribe

Content: One of my favorite restaurants, which is a Caribbean cuisine. Try the Caribbean style chicken, a killer! 🍗

Location: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Day 15 - 24 Dec 2021

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Content: Relaxing day at the hotel.

Koki Beach Restaurant Bar Lounge

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Koki Beach Restaurant Bar Lounge
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Koki Beach Restaurant Bar Lounge
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Koki Beach Restaurant Bar Lounge
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Koki Beach Restaurant Bar Lounge
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Koki Beach Restaurant Bar Lounge

Content: Christmas diner at the beautiful koko restaurant and bar overlooking the beach, and situated in the center of Puerto Viejo. The food and cocktails are great. 🍹 We had a great evening.

Location: San José

Day 16 - 25 Dec 2021

Sleep Inn Hotel Paseo Las Damas

San José, Sleep Inn Hotel Paseo Las Damas

Content: Nice hotel situated in the centre.

San José

San José, San José
San José, San José

Content: In the early afternoon we left our little paradise to our last stop, San José. San José is the capital of Costa Rica and probably the starting or return point of your trip. Unfortunately, San José is not a pleasant city and my advice is not to stay there too long. However, the city has a very special atmosphere, which is nice to discover during a little walk in the city.

National Theatre of Costa Rica

San José, National Theatre of Costa Rica
San José, National Theatre of Costa Rica
San José, National Theatre of Costa Rica

Content: We went to the National Theatre to drink a Costa Rican coffee. It's a nice place for a drink and pastry.

Location: San Pedro

Day 17 - 26 Dec 2021

Stattoos Tattoo Piercing Shop Los Yoses

San Pedro, Stattoos Tattoo Piercing Shop Los Yoses

Content: To end the trip well, I did a tatoo as a souvenir of this amazing trip!

Location: San José

Day 17 - 26 Dec 2021

Buenazo Acai Bowls & Smoothies

San José, Buenazo Acai Bowls & Smoothies

Content: After the tattoo we walked around the Barrio escalante district which has some LA vibes. Here we had a last quick lunch with an excellent acai bowl before going to the airport. Flight departure at 17pm.