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Guest review from Undiscovered Caribbean Costa Rica Adventure
"Thanks for a great trip. We received excellent prep information. Having done many trips without a tour group, much of the information was a gentle reminder. The checklists were time saving and thoughtful.
Both lodges offered different experiences and they were both wonderful. Selva Bananito was amazing and different. The Shawanda Lodge was lovely with lots of wildlife on the grounds. I loved the snorkeling and experience in Cahuita. The waterfall hike and rappel was awesome. Other highlights were the boat ride and day at the Bribri Indigenous community, the salsa lesson and cooking lessons and the Sloth Sanctuary.
Alex Arias was professional, knowledgeable and a lot of fun. He watched out for our comfort and safety and made sure that we had the best experience possible. He was able to teach us about the history of the country and the places we...
Fantastic note from a family who traveled with Wildland on our Undiscovered Caribbean Costa Rica Adventure.
"Alex is simply the best guide you could ever ask for on a trip. He is very professional. He clearly loves what he does and loves his country. He is very knowledgeable and excited to share it. He is sensitive to everyone’s needs and watching out and anticipating needs. He went out of his way to buy snacks, find us a laundry mat etc. As a parent traveling with three teenagers, I felt so at ease because he was looking out for them and for so many details. He made time to connect with each of my kids, make them laugh, get them excited about what they were doing, and have fun. We cannot say enough about him! My kids all said that they missed him when we came back home!”
Rita Egrari and children...
Winter weather means heavy shoes, bulky gloves, big coats and umbrellas...
Leave all that behind and give your family the ultimate winter getaway at a tropical destinations where the sun shines throughout the year. Travel to Central America can get pretty busy over the Holidays, but we still have some space available on three adventures to help your family escape winter. Yes, space is getting pretty limited as trips continue to fill up fast.
Costa Rica Family Vacation Dec 24-31: and Dec 26-Jan 02:
*Only room for one more family on each departure.
Families who still like to be on the go and are interested in learning about different types of ecosystems and have fun at the beach should consider this week long family adventure. This is a great adventure for multigenerational travel, just enough adventure for children and grandparents.
Costa Rica Active Family Adventure Dec 26-Jan 02:...
Many of our guests traveling to Costa Rica attribute their ‘highlights’ to the special people they meet along the way. From farmers to shop owners, local families, teachers and students, our expert guides and drivers, all the 'Ticos' you meet will make your trip to Costa Rica an adventure to remember. In fact, many of them are my friends. As Wildland's Central America Program Specialist, I am a 'Tica' living in my native Costa Rica, so I'm always finding new people I want you to meet. Our local connections here allow me to handcraft one of a kind Costa Rica adventure vacations that give our travelers an authentic cultural experience and an especially unforgettable journey.
Here are just some of the local connections I love sharing with our travelers in Costa Rica.
Rodrigo Rodrigues Oranganic Coffee Farm:
I first met Rodrigo at an organic farmers market and discovered that he owns a...
I just got a review from a family who loved their participation on our Undiscovered Caribbean Costa Rica Adventure, because of all the great activities and exposure to the local Caribbean culture.
The idea was to create a trip which engages travelers to participate and where they can feel more like guests than tourists. The connection that is created when travelers learn from locals daily lives and their traditions.
We are not satisfied with just taking guests off the beaten path on this trip, we take guests deep inside a part of Costa Rica where traditional life prevails. A place where they can interact meaningfully with local people and indigenous cultures.
Very few adventure travelers ever have this experience, because many native indigenous people of Costa Rica are isolated in reservations and remote areas. Having the chance to interact with local people is one of the things people enjoy the most,...