Laidback at the South Caribbean and enjoy the natural beauty and the marine wildlife!!

Low Season: 1st May - 30th November 2010
US$ 511 per person in double room

High Season: 1st December 2010 - 30th April 2011 US$ 525 per person in double room

Low Season: 1st May - 30th June & 1st September - 30th November 2011
US$ 495 per person in double room

*Price may change depending on the season. Please contact us for more info.


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  •  Lodging and taxes 6 nights and 7 days in: Don Carlos Hotel: Standard Room, Azania Bungalows: Standard Room, Bahia Hotel: Standard Superior Room 
  • Meals : Daily Breakfast
  • ToursSnorkeling with Dolphins in Bocas del Toro
  • Shuttle Transfers : (Air conditioning transportation)
    - San José - Puerto Viejo of Limon
    - Puerto Viejo of Limon - Bocas del Toro (Boat Included)
    - Bocas del Toro - San José
  • Private Transfers : (Air Conditioning transportation)
    - International Airport - Don Carlos Hotel in San Jose
    - Don Carlos Hotel in San Jose - International Airport



Day 1               ARRIVAL


Arrival at the International Airport Juan Santamaria. Meet & greet by your driver. Private transfer to your hotel in San José. After arrival to the Hotel, you can take the rest of the day to relax.


Lodging: Don Carlos Hotel or similar. Meals Included: None

Day 2             SAN JOSE - PUERTO VIEJO

Puerto Viejo is a small to medium sized Caribbean villiage on the Atantic coast of Costa Rica, south of Puerto Limon. Famed for its relaxed atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and rich mix of latino, Afro-Caribbean, and Bribri indiginous culture, Puerto Viejo is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination.

The town of Puerto Viejo is rustic and charming. The only paved road is the main highway which runs along the coast from Limon to Manzanillo. The rest of the streets are dirt-paved, lined with hotels, restaurants, shops, and Caribbean style dwellings. The people of Puerto Viejo are open and friendly to tourists, and know how to show visitors a good time.

Most of the people in Puerto Viejo speak at least some English, as well as spanish and often Patois (the local Caribbean dialect), so if you are an English-speaking tourist you should have an easy time communicating. Tourists come here from all over the world, and Puerto Viejo is a great place to meet international travelers from many exotic countries.

Despite the recent rise in the tourist trade, Puerto Viejo has managed to maintain its small-town atmosphere and rustic local appeal. Most of the businesses in town are small and operated by the owners. In the streets, local artists and artisans sell their wares. The atmosphere is laid back and slow paced. Puerto Viejo is a great place to relax on the beautiful Caribbean shores of Costa Rica.


Lodging: Azania Bungalows or similar. Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 3

At Leisure Day to Relax on the Beach!!! Optional Activites not included on price such as: Canopy Tour, Cahuita National Park, Hiking, Local Fishing, Indigenous Reserves, Horseback Riding, Surfing, Tortuguero National Park, etc.

Lodging: Azania Bungalows Hotel or similar. Meals Included: Breakfast



We will have an early breakfast at the hotel, because at 7:00 a private transfer to Sixaola border is waiting for us. Arrival about 9:00. Crossing the border takes about 30 minutes. Passengers will take a private transfer at 10:30 (Panamanian time) to Almirante harbor accompanied by our escort. Arrival around 1 hour later. They will board a water taxi at Almirante to get to Bocas del Toro. Arrival to Bocas del Toro in 15-20 minutes. Check in Bahía Hotel. Free afternoon and night!


Lodging: Bahia Hotel or similar. Meals Included: Breakfast







After breakfast a guide will pick you up to take you to an unbelievable Dolphin Observation and snorkeling tour by boat. Bocas Bound offers great snorkeling opportunities from Bastimentos. In Bocas del Toro alone, you will find about 74 of the 79 known types of coral in the Caribbean, Lots of colorful sponges, usual reef fish, like queen, french and grey angels, parrot fish, hogfish, triggerfish and many more.

Spotted eagle rays and southern rays are often seen as well as crabs, lobsters, moray eels and less usual fish like toadfish, batfish and spotted drums.  Some of the best Bocas del Toro snorkeling spots are Crawl Key, The Garden, Old Point, Hospital Point North Beach and Starfish Beach.Back to the hotel


Lodging: Bahia Hotel or similar. Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 6           BACK TO SAN JOSE

Transfer back to San José to your selected hotel.


Lodging: Don Carlos Hotel or similar. Meals Included: Breakfast


Day 7         DEPARTURE


During the day private transfer to the International Airport to take your flight back home

Meals Included: Breakfast


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