12 Perfect Days In Costa Rica | Travel Guide & Itinerary

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35 thoughts on “12 Perfect Days In Costa Rica | Travel Guide & Itinerary

  1. Sparkling Soul says:

    Thank you for providing all the info about costa rica buona vida 😊
    May come across as odd, but is tofu accessible in costa rican cuisine and is one able to continue a low-carb diet in costa rica?
    Thanks, i hope you are safe xx

  2. Esteban Cervantes Jiménez says:

    Great video, as a Costa Rican it is great to see the love you have for my country. As an avid hiker, my experiences of the Costa Rican countryside and mountains are great, you can find small towns, forests, agricultural fields and life, great food and coffee and architectural heritage in relatively short distances. San José downtown has lost most of its heritage since the 50s, and was previously a very attractive city, however there are areas, like the axis from Barrio Escalante down Barrio Aranjuez, Barrio Otoya and Barrio Amón, the area around the Paseo de las Damas and Nacional, España and Morazán parks, and from Nacional park to the Supreme Court and the northern part of Barrio Luján which still have beautiful architecture. I have been to Bahía Drake, but haven't been able to visit Puerto Jiménez. I can say that Bahía Drake is paradise: the hike from that to San Josecito beach is amazing and it is a great base for guided tours to visit Caño Island and sectors of Corcovado National Park as San Pedrillo and Sirena, where you can spot a lot wildlife very easily. For me, the most scenic way to arrive at Bahía Drake is arriving to Sierpe (which allows to see the 1930-1940s architecture of Palmar Sur and visiting the World Heritage Site of the Diquís culture at Finca 6) and going on a boat from there to Drake. The boat ride back from Bahía Drake to Sierpe was just after sunrise and the light was more than ideal for photography in the Térraba-Sierpe National Wetland, the biggest in the country (even more than Tortuguero or Palo Verde).

  3. Roma Fallas says:

    I really enjoyed that you tried to say the name of the places in Spanish.
    Thanks for visit our Country and say your honest opinion!!! Hope that you can come again!! I know that maybe the prices are high but iworth it.

  4. Lex Go Financial says:

    Hi Alex! Just wondering: why don't you recommend San Jose to visit? I am coming to Costa Rica for a week and trying to understand the best province to stay in to maximize my stay and get an authentic experience… thanks!

  5. Nela Riba says:

    Awesome video!! ❤️

    As a tica I would suggest to also visit (on your next trip) in Guanacaste: Tamarindo – Playa Grande – Playa Carrillo – Nosara. Puntarenas: Santa Teresa – Malpais and in Limón: Punta Uva – Puerto Viejo – Manzanillo and you can visit there the Brunca Indigenous Region. Sloth = Oso perezoso (lazy bear)

    Also from Dominical you can go back to Cartago through Pérez Zeledón and get a cup of coffee in Dota, visit the Irazú Volcano and Prussia 👌 and buy local strawberries and empanadas 😋

    ✌️Pura Vida

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