Vulkan Abenteuer - Antigua nach San José

Abwechslungreiche Erlebnisreise von Guatemala nach Costa Rica

  • Traumstrände auf der Insel Roatán
  • Lerne die Einheimischen näher kennen während des Aufenthalts bei einer Gastfamilie
  • Entspannung an den Traumstränden der Karibik
  • Exkursion durch das Nebelwaldreservat von Monteverde
  • La Fortuna - Am Fuße des Arenal Vulkans
  • Führung durch die Mayaruinen von Copán
  • Besuch einer Maya-Gemeinde mit typischem Mittagessen
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
  • Einreisebestimmungen

21 Tage Guatemala · Honduras · Costa Rica

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Sonderkonditionen

Erleben Sie eine Rundreise, die selbst den erfahrensten Reisenden überzeugt: Üppige Nebelwälder in Costa Rica und die eindrucksvolle und charmante Kolonialstadt Antigua. Entdecke abseits ausgetretener Touristenpfade die Farbenpracht und die Stimmung Mittelamerikas. Erkunde die antiken Maya-Ruinen in Copán und erhalte in kleinen, traditionellen Dörfern Einblicke in die lebendige Kultur der Region. Erforsche die exotische Tier- und Pflanzenwelt des Monteverde Nebelwalds und entspanne an den weißen Sandstränden der Insel Roatán. Zahlreiche optionale Aktivtäten wie Surfen, Schnorcheln, Zip-Lining oder Rafting runden das erlebnisreiches Abenteuer durch das Herz Zentralamerikas ab.

1. Tag: Antigua, Guatemala
2. Tag: Antigua
3. Tag: Antigua - Panajachel
4. Tag: Panajachel - San Juan La Laguna
5. Tag: San Juan La Laguna - Antigua
6. Tag: Antigua - Rio Dulce
7. Tag: Rio Dulce
8. Tag: Rio Dulce - Copán
9. Tag: Copán
10. Tag: Copán - Roatán
11-12. Tag: Roatán
13. Tag: Roatán - La Fortuna
14-15. Tag: La Fortuna
16. Tag: La Fortuna - Monteverde
17. Tag: Monteverde
18. Tag: Monteverde - Manuel Antonio
19. Tag: Manuel Antonio
20. Tag: Manuel Antonio - San José
21. Tag: San José

Leistungen enthalten

  • Mittelamerika Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Alle Transporte wie beschrieben
  • Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Geführte Nachtwanderung im Nebelwald von Monteverde
  • Übernachtung bei einer Gastfamilie in San Juan La Laguna
  • Strandaufenthalt in Roatan und Manuel Antonio
  • Führung durch Copán
  • Kleiner Kochkurs in Antigua

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Flughafengebühren und Ausreisesteuern
  • Persönliche Ausgaben
  • Trinkgelder
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke

Unterbringung

14x Mittelklasse-Hotel
1x Pousada
1x Gastfamilie
4x Standard-Hotel
Die Unterbringung erfolgt in Zweibettzimmern (ggf. auch Mehrbettzimmer möglich). Alleinreisende werden mit Mitreisenden gleichen Geschlechts untergebracht. Die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer ist gegen Aufpreis buchbar (vorbehaltlich Verfügbarkeit, keine Einzelunterbringung an Tag 12 möglich).

Verpflegung

1x Frühstück, 2x Abendessen
Planen Sie USD655-855 für nicht inbegriffene Mahlzeiten ein.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter, lokale Tourguides.

Transportarten

Fähre, öffentlicher Bus, Minibus, Flugzeug, Zu Fuß

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

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Flughafentransfer

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Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

  • Einzelzimmer-Zuschlag (Aufpreis: 789 €)
  • Pacuare River Rafting (Aufpreis: 86 €)
Folgenden Ausflug kannst du bereits im Vorfeld buchen:

Pacuare River Rafting
Der Pacuare River gilt als der beste Fluss zum Rafting in Costa Rica. Lerne vor dem Start die Tipps und Tricks von einem professionellen lokalen Guide und hol dir dann deinen Adrenalinkick zwischen den Stromschnellen. Das wird ein nasser Spaß – versprochen!

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise/Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.

1. Tag: Antigua, Guatemala

Arrive at any time. There are no planned activities until an evening welcome meeting. Modern Antigua is a peaceful colonial city that is a pleasure to explore. Enjoy the beautiful architecture of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting, 1h, 18:00. The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore before your welcome meeting, but make sure you’re back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour. Please note that normal check-in times apply at our start hotels, but you can usually store your luggage for the day if you arrive early.

Unterkunft: Posada Los Bucaros

2. Tag: Antigua

Enjoy a free day to explore Antigua. Opt to relax with a massage or soak up the culture in one of many cafés. Master the art of Latin American cuisine at a cooking class.

Optional Activities:
Massage
30-60USD per person. Relax and enjoy a Mayan massage. You’re on vacation!

Finca Filidelfia Coffee Tour
18-25USD per person. Travel a short 10-minute ride outside of Antigua to the Finca Filadelfia coffee plantation. Walk through the plant nursery, explore the rows of coffee plants, pick a coffee “cherry” (each one has two beans inside), then discover the various stages that go into making the perfect cup of quality coffee. The farm also has a restaurant and zipline for those who opt to fly above the canopy to spot the very best beans.

Finca Valhalla Visit
5-10USD per person. Take a tour of the macadamia nut plantation at Finca Valhalla led by the workers. Learn about this sustainable crop for the experts and discover the health benefits of the nut. Pamper yourself with a free facial and purchase some of the treats made from the macadamia nut like oils, nuts, and chocolate. This tour is offered for free in the hopes that you’ll show your gratitude by stopping by and picking up some tasty treats from the gift shop or café.

Cycling
30-50USD per person. Get off the beaten track and discover the treasures of Guatemala. Enjoy an adventurous ride with incredible views ranging from wide open fields, volcanoes, local villages, and coffee plantations.There are full-day and half-day tours that vary in difficulty level. Have your CEO make a reservation.

Acatenango Volcano Climb
50-85USD per person. Interested in a major physical challenge? Spend the day hiking the active Acatenango Volcano located to the west of Antigua. Bring lots of water, your camera and hope for clear skies to see a spectacular view of neighbouring Fuego and possibly even Pacaya beyond. Make no mistake, this is a very challenging climb but well worth it.

Salsa Lesson
5-12USD per person. Kick up your heels and learn this typical Latin dance. Dancers of all skill levels are welcome. Get lost in the rhythm of the music and let your body take you to a new place -- one-two-three, one-two-three, hip roll, arm up, partner under, shimmy, shake, salsa! Vamos a bailar! (Let's dance!)

Unterkunft: Posada Los Bucaros

Verpflegung: 1x Abendessen

3. Tag: Antigua - Panajachel

Journey to Panajachel, Guatemala, a beautiful town on Lake Atitlán that is surrounded by spectacular volcanoes and small villages. Opt to explore the town on arrival.

Fahrzeit: ca. 3.5 Std.

Unterkunft: Kamol Bey

4. Tag: Panajachel - San Juan La Laguna

Take a boat tour around Lake Atitlán to local indigenous villages and visit a supported Mayan community project.

Fahrzeit: ca. 1 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 25 km

Unterkunft: Rupalaj Kistalin Posada

Verpflegung: 1x Abendessen

5. Tag: San Juan La Laguna - Antigua

Return to Antigua and enjoy a free afternoon. Opt to take salsa lessons, attend a chocolate-making workshop, visit one of the local coffee or macadamia nut plantations, or soak up the culture of this colonial town’s many museums and cafés.

Take a mountain bike ride out into the countryside or explore the fascinating markets, shops and museums within the city. Walk through quiet cobblestoned streets past rebuilt stucco homes with heavy, beautifully carved wooden entrances.

Optional Activities:
Finca Valhalla Visit
5-10USD per person. Take a tour of the macadamia nut plantation at Finca Valhalla led by the workers. Learn about this sustainable crop for the experts and discover the health benefits of the nut. Pamper yourself with a free facial and purchase some of the treats made from the macadamia nut like oils, nuts, and chocolate. This tour is offered for free in the hopes that you’ll show your gratitude by stopping by and picking up some tasty treats from the gift shop or café.

Massage
30-60USD per person. Relax and enjoy a Mayan massage. You’re on vacation!

ChocoMuseo Tour and Workshop
24USD per person. Enjoy a chocolate workshop and museum tour to learn about the process "from bean to bar" and the history of this tasty crop. In this 1.5-hour workshop, make your own bar to take home and enjoy tastings of the varieties of chocolate drinks made on site. Who knew history could be so sweet?

Salsa Lesson
5-12USD per person. Kick up your heels and learn this typical Latin dance. Dancers of all skill levels are welcome. Get lost in the rhythm of the music and let your body take you to a new place -- one-two-three, one-two-three, hip roll, arm up, partner under, shimmy, shake, salsa! Vamos a bailar! (Let's dance!)

Elizabeth Bell Walking Tour
25USD per person. Meet your guide at the fountain in the Central Plaza and take a leisurely walk along the cobblestone streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour focuses on the Antigua's history, culture and restoration efforts (a bylaw, for example, stipulates buildings must only be painted certain colours in order to maintain the Spanish colonial character of the exteriors). Visit the City Hall Palace, Palace of the Captain's General, the main cathedral and many of Antigua's other attractions. Learn about jade and the valuable role it played in Maya culture. Shop for jewelry, pottery, textiles and wooden carvings.

Fahrzeit: ca. 4 Std.

Unterkunft: Posada Los Bucaros

Verpflegung: 1x Frühstück

6. Tag: Antigua - Rio Dulce

Travel across Guatemala to Rio Dulce. Take the road past areas of dense jungle and arrive at Río Dulce, a small town on Lake Izabal, and a port stop for boaters around the globe on their way to/from Livingston and the Caribbean coast.

Depending on the departure you are booked onto, the order you visit Rio Dulce and Lake Atitlán (Panajachel & San Juan La Laguna) may be reverse. All inclusions will be offered regardless of the order you visit the two locations.

Fahrzeit: ca. 7 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 315 km

Unterkunft: Hacienda Tijax

7. Tag: Rio Dulce

Opt to visit the coastal town of Livingston by boat, or go for a swim in a natural hot waterfall. There are plenty of opportunities for R & R. Aside from boating on Lake Izabal, there are optional tours in the area to view protected manatees. You may opt to horseback ride through a rubber plantation, explore San Felipe fort, take the morning monkey kayak tour, relax in the thermal springs, or hike through the jungle-strewn trails in the Chocón-Machacas Natural Reserve area.

Optional Activities:
Scenic Boat Ride to Livingston
35USD per person. Take a boat down the Rio Dulce toward the Caribbean Sea passing through El Golfete and El Canyon before arriving to Livingston. Float past mangroves and lily pads and the Boquerón Canyon, where a sheer limestone cliff rises 122m (400 ft) out of the river, covered in vines, trees and moss. Arrive at the small fishing village of Livingston known for its unique Afro-Caribbean Garifuna population, with their unique art, music and delicious coconut seafood soup, “tapado”.

San Felipe Fort Visit
5USD per person. The Castillo de San Felipe de Lara is a Spanish colonial fort at the entrance to Lake Izabal in eastern Guatemala. Built originally in 1644, the fort was purposely located at the narrowest point on the river so they could try to protect themselves against (often British) pirates. Tour the grounds, cross the moat and head up to one of the watch towers and imagine firing a canon at your enemy across the river.

Chocón-Machacas Nature Reserve Hike
Step into nature at its most natural. The Chocón-Machacas Nature Reserve in Guatemala's north-central region of the Río Dulce is an aquatic ecosystem formed by the confluence of the Chocón and Machacas rivers, which in turn connect with lakes, creeks, and canals. Bring your binoculars and spot a variety of birds, reptiles and fish. Explore on foot and by boat. If you're lucky, you may get to see the endangered manatee, Guatemala's largest mammal.

Horseback Riding Rio Dulce
Pull on some pants, spray the insect repellent and set off to explore Guatemala’s countryside by horseback. Hacienda Tijax is in Fronteras, Izabal close to the bridge that crosses the Rio Dulce. Trail ride through the reserve’s lush landscape, past a plantation of rubber trees (where you can observe the tapping process), and stop at the Shaman tower. Climb up to see the stunning view and spot the suspension bridges hanging over natural waterfalls.

Natural Hot Waterfall Visit
20-35USD per person. Finca el Paraiso contains a unique volcanic vein that heats spring water and dumps it into a colder river below. Refresh and relax as you bathe in these therapeutic thermal waters and swim in the river below. Arrive by boat or overland.

Sunrise Monkey Kayak
23-31USD per person. Set your alarm very early and set off on a sweet soulful paddle along the Rio Dulce. Kayak to the base of the Boquerón Canyon with its sheer cliff face, covered in a green mass of moss, vines, and trees. Enjoy a striking sunrise, sit back, and listen to the jungle as it wakes up – howler monkeys, birds and the slap of the paddle on the water provide the soundtrack to this memorable morning.

Unterkunft: Hacienda Tijax

8. Tag: Rio Dulce - Copán

Cross into Honduras and head for the town of Copán.

Fahrzeit: ca. 4 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 160 km

Unterkunft: Hotel Plaza Copan

9. Tag: Copán

Enjoy a guided tour of the Mayan ruins of Copán and opt to soak in hot springs.

Optional Activities:
Luna Jaguar Hot Springs Visit
45USD per person. Take a scenic drive through the back roads of Copán Ruinas to hot springs at Luna Jaguar. Take a relaxing soak in one of the pools, surrounded by the jungle. If all that lounging around has worked up your appetite, opt to enjoy a barbeque lunch on site.

Horseback Riding
25USD per person. Enjoy rural Honduras by horseback. Ride through the Copán Valley and along the river. Head up into the hills to meet local farmers. Keep your eyes peeled for exotic birds and wildlife. Who knows, you may even spot an ancient Maya artifact on your journey.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Copán Ruins Guided Tour
Step back in time more than a 1,000 years to discover the ancient Mayan site of Copán. Walk across grassy plazas and examine intricately carved stone stellae (tall monuments) depicting various gods and rulers. Admire the artistry and scale of the temples, ball court and well-preserved hieroglyphic stairway and understand why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be sure to visit the museum to see Mayan artifacts and a life-sized replica of the Rosalila Temple.

Unterkunft: Hotel Plaza Copan

10. Tag: Copán - Roatán

Full travel day from Copán to Roatán. Head to the diving haven of Roatán, set amongst what is part of the second-largest barrier reef in the world. This Caribbean island is famous for its marine treasures. Crystal blue waters invite swimming, diving, snorkelling, or simply relaxing on the white-sand beaches of the Bay Islands.

Fahrzeit: ca. 11 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 460 km

Unterkunft: Seagrape Plantation Resort

11-12. Tag: Roatán

Enjoy free time on this island paradise. Opt to rent a bike, snorkel, scuba dive, or just relax. The beaches of the western end are some of the most beautiful in the world, with clear turquoise water, powdery white sand and swaying coconut palms. While many people spend their days immersed in the warm, blue Caribbean waters, enjoying excellent fresh seafood, you may also opt to venture into the hilly interior by scooter.

The botanical gardens offer relaxed walking amongst exotic plants and racing 'Jesus lizards', a species of lizard that runs on its hind legs. In nearby Sandy Bay, the Institute for Marine Sciences is definitely worth a visit.

Optional Activities:
Carambola Botanical Gardens Visit
10-20USD per person. Visit the Carambola Botanical Gardens and step into a wonder of nature. Walk over bridge and along pathways past colourful flowering plants, orchids, ferns, fruit and nut trees, including the popular 'Chocolate Tree'. Besides the plants, you'll likely meet some of the local wildlife, including red Guatusa rabbits, Green and Black Iguanas, and very cool green and blue Anoli lizards.

Scooter Rental
25-40USD per person. What better way to explore than on the seat of a scooter? Zip around and see more.

Snorkelling
5-25USD per person. Snorkelling is a must-do activity here on the island, considered a world class destination for those seeking warm clear waters and lots to look at. Head to West Bay Beach and set off in search of seahorses, stingrays, and sea turtles. Ask about the submarine submerged near Half Moon Bay – now home to a large eel and some lobsters.

Scuba Diving
Roatán offers some of best diving in the Caribbean. Find a dive shop and prepare for a memorable day of coral and caverns, wrecks and walls, all sorts of great-looking fish. Part of the second largest reef in the world, the waters around the island are home to 95% of all the marine species in the Caribbean. Swim with turtles, moray eels, jaw fish and octopus. Bring your underwater camera and make memories that will last a lifetime.

Unterkunft: Seagrape Plantation Resort

13. Tag: Roatán - La Fortuna

Travel by van and plane to Costa Rica and finish in La Fortuna, home to Arenal volcano. Travel to La Fortuna, located at the foot of Arenal Volcano. La Fortuna is an excellent base for adventure. Opt to take a hike around the base of the volcano, hike the area’s nature trails, swim in the chilly La Fortuna waterfall or join a canopy tour and catch a bird’s eye view of the forest greenery.

Other optional activities include mountain biking, caving, horseback riding or a tour of the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge. Like much of Costa Rica, the area is a birders’ paradise, with over 600 species as permanent residents.

Fahrzeit: ca. 4.5 Std.

Unterkunft: Cabinas Las Colinas

14-15. Tag: La Fortuna

Enjoy free time in La Fortuna for optionals such as waterfall rappelling, whitewater rafting, or hiking. Opt to go canyoneering, whitewater rafting, hiking, caving, horseback riding, paddleboarding, kayaking, or visit a wildlife refuge. There are so many activities to choose from while in the area.

Optional Activities:
Mountain Biking
71USD per person. Rent a bike and head off on a side road along the edge of the Arenal Volcano National Park (toward the town of El Castillo). Bump your way along rough roads, breathe in the clean air, and soak in the spectacular scenery.

Whitewater Rafting
Pull on your bathing suit and water shoes, don a helmet and prepare to get wet and wild. Guided by expert leaders, paddle through Class II-IV rapids of the Toro or Balsa Rivers as you raft past spectacular scenery. Feel the burn, work up a sweat, then cool off in the pure river water. Experience the energy and excitement, and enjoy!

Birdwatching
Set out on a bird watching adventure with a local expert. Depending on the season, explore around Arenal Volcano and Lake, visit El Silencio Nature Reserve, or Finca Luna Nueva. The area around Arenal is home to more than 350 species of birds. Look for toucans, parrots, Montezuma Oropendolas, colourful tanagers, and parakeets.

Arenal Volcano Park Hike
53USD per person. Head out to see nature first hand. Break a sweat in the lush humid jungle around the slopes of Arenal Volcano and keep an eye out for monkeys, birds and sloths.

Canopy Tour
Join a canopy tour (zipline) and catch a bird’s-eye view of the forest greenery as you speed through the jungle on cables.

Horseback Riding
59USD per person. Enjoy Fortuna’s fantastic wilderness on one of two different horseback riding options. Ride around the base of Arenal volcano or take a scenic trip to La Fortuna waterfall, passing through Maleuku village with opportunities to take a dip in the emerald green pool. Spot toucans, bellbirds and parrots as you ride private mountain trails through primary and secondary forest. Meet monkeys, see sloths, and possibly hear the rumble of the volcano. Take photos, inhale the pure air and let your horse lead you on this memorable meander.

Venado Caves Exploration
78USD per person. Duck your head and enter an underground world formed some 15 million years ago. The Venado Caves are 45 min NW of Fortuna. Ford rivers, crawl through caverns, and marvel at the strange stalactites, stalagmites and subterranean inhabitants including bats, frogs, and spiders. Not ideal if you get anxious in closed spaces. Great for those who want to channel their inner Indiana Jones.

La Fortuna Waterfall Swim
15USD per person. Take a walk, taxi, or horse just outside the town of La Fortuna to the nearby waterfall. Once at the gate, pay a fee then start the descent on rough steps (more than 500 of them!) to get to the base of the falls. The water cascades 65m (200 ft) down the side of the dormant Cerro Chato. Sit on the rocks, get sprayed, watch for iridescent blue morpho butterflies and then plunge into the cool waters.

Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge Tour
60USD per person. Travel north to Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge near the Nicaraguan border. Take a guided tour by covered boat through one of the world’s most important wetlands; home to a vast array of plants, birds, reptiles, fish, and mammals. Keep your eyes peeled and you may see a three-toed sloth or a Jesus Christ lizard.

Unterkunft: Cabinas Las Colinas

16. Tag: La Fortuna - Monteverde

Travel into the misty cloud forests of Monteverde. Enjoy a free afternoon to explore. Later, take an included guided night walk to learn about nocturnal life in the cloud forest firsthand.

Enthaltene Aktivitäten:
Guided Cloud Forest Night Walk
Join a naturalist guide for a 1.5-2 hour tour in the cloud forest after dark. Learn more about the habits of the area's nocturnal wildlife including mammals, birds, insects, reptiles, and amphibians, and keep your eyes and ears open on this slow-paced walk. You never know what you might see – it depends on the day and your luck!

Fahrzeit: ca. 3 Std.

Unterkunft: Hotel los Jardines

17. Tag: Monteverde

Enjoy a free day to explore the cloud forest region of Costa Rica. Opt to fly across canopy ziplines or tour a coffee plantation. Optional activities here include sky walks (suspension bridges amid foliage), butterfly garden, and a canopy zip-line tour.

Optional Activities:
Sky Walk
Get up high to see the tree tops of Monteverde’s Cloud Forest from a bird’s eye view. Cross a series of suspension bridges to discover the early ropes and pulleys that early biologists required to glimpse – a lush, green vista accented by bromeliads, vines, and orchids. Wonder at this wet canopy, home to thousands of species of birds, small animals, amphibians and insects (making up 90% of all the organisms in the forest).

Ziplining
50USD per person. Buckle up your harness, don your helmet, and prepare to launch. Glide along cables suspended high above the cloud forest canopy. Dare to let go and reach top speeds as you zip past stunning scenery. Forget your fear as you spot a toucans or exotic orchids in this adrenaline-filled experience.

Monteverde Butterfly Garden Visit
15USD per person. Get close to butterflies, bump into giant bugs, and make friends with hairy eight-legged spiders in this collection of gardens nestled in the mountains of Monteverde. Observe caterpillars, take prize-worthy photos of the iridescent blue morpho butterfly, and check out the leaf-cutter ant colony. The nature centre is home to 30 species of butterfly, a whole bunch of insects, as well as white-faced monkeys, coatis, motmots, and more.

Monteverde Coffee Plantation Tour
35USD per person. No trip to Costa Rica is complete without visiting a coffee plantation. Head to Café Monteverde and learn how this fair trade coffee goes from crop to cup. Pick ripe berries, watch how the beans are separated from the husk, then observe the drying and roasting process. Sample and buy some of these excellent beans. The Santa Elena coffee co-op prides itself on sustainable practices: it recycles processing water, uses coffee pulp for fertilizer, and sends plant fibers and husks to make paper.

Santa Elena Cloud Forest Guided Tour
35USD per person. Pull on your poncho and boots. It’s time to head into the cloud-covered forest, past over-sized ferns and exotic orchids. Harness your inner Tarzan and Jane as you imagine swinging from the giant vines. Trudge along 12km (7 mi) of trails, watch for wildlife, and trek to the top of the observation tower. Be sure to stop and listen, too. Hear the haunting call of the bellbird and perhaps catch sight of the brilliant green and red resplendent quetzal. Feel good about protecting the forest and sustaining the quality of local schools through payment of your park fees.

Unterkunft: Hotel los Jardines

18. Tag: Monteverde - Manuel Antonio

Travel to Quepos, just outside Manuel Antonio National Park. Opt to visit the park or relax on the beach in this fun surf town. Enjoy a night out and perhaps learn how to salsa. Travel to the Pacific Coast. Enjoy Quepos or opt to visit Manuel Antonio National Park. The park offers excellent hiking, spectacular views, and abundant wildlife viewing. The park boasts beautiful white-sand beaches and the warm turquoise water. Opt to swim, fish, kayak, surf or take a sailing trip.

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 220 km

Unterkunft: Hotel Le Priss Inn

19. Tag: Manuel Antonio

Enjoy a free day to visit Manuel Antonio National Park, sail, snorkel or surf in the Pacific. Opt to kayak through mangroves or relax on the beach.

Optional Activities:
Manuel Antonio National Park Guided Hike
45USD per person. Pack your sunscreen, camera, hiking shoes and bug repellent and prepare for a great day in Costa Rica’s smallest yet biodiverse national park. Manual Antonio offers four white sand beaches, separated by jagged rock outcrops and tidal pools. Head to the shade of the nearby tropical forest in search of sloths, monkeys, armadillos and iguanas. Climb to the lookout to capture views of the pristine Pacific Ocean and the area’s off-shore islands. Learn how the wildlife has adapted to their environment and enjoy your exotic experience.

Manuel Antonio Catamaran Tour
80USD per person. Cruise along the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica aboard a 100ft catamaran, taking in the impressive scenery and lush jungle that has made Manuel Antonio famous. Keep your eyes peeled for playful dolphins who call these waters home before stopping to snorkel, swim, or ride one of the boat's water slides into the ocean. If you're wanting to relax and experience what the locals call Pura Vida (pure life), then look no further.

Kayaking
69USD per person. Choose to kayak the calm waters of the mangroves or paddle the waves of the Pacific. In the Damas Island estuary, the ocean meets fresh water rivers and creates a protected home for birds, snakes, crocodiles, and white face monkeys. For the more adventurous, opt for an open-seat ocean kayak and paddle along the shoreline and nearby islands, keeping an eye out for frigates, boobies, and jumping fish.

Sailing
Slap on some sunscreen and hop aboard as we set sail along the rugged Pacific Coast of Manuel Antonio National Park on a catamaran. Bask in the beauty of the white-sand beaches and small islands that accent the shoreline. Keep watch for dolphins, rays, and migrating whales. Hop into the warm water and snorkel with more than 50 species of colourful tropical fish.

Surfing
55-75USD per person. Slather on the sunscreen, strap on a leash, pull on a rash guard, and get ready to hit the waves. Experience the surf at the beaches near Quepos and Manuel Antonio with their left, right, and well-shaped beach breaks. Take a lesson, learn tips and techniques, then hang ten like a local.

Whitewater Rafting
75-98USD per person

Unterkunft: Hotel Le Priss Inn

20. Tag: Manuel Antonio - San José

ravel to San José, and opt for a night out with the group.

Fahrzeit: ca. 5 Std.
Fahrstrecke: ca. 190 km

Unterkunft: Autentico Hotel

21. Tag: San José

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Die Unterkünfte haben wir so ausgewählt, dass sie der lokalen Kultur am ehesten entsprechen. Je nach der Art deiner Reise und dem Reisestil haben wir unterschiedliche Unterkünfte für dich ausgewählt: Mal schläfst du im Hotel in Downtown, mal bei einer Gastfamilie, und mal zeltest du unter dem Sternenhimmel.

Regionale Küche
Einige Mahlzeiten sind im Reisepreis enthalten, aber oft kannst du die lokalen Spezialitäten ganz nach deinem eigenen Geschmack und Budget selbst entdecken (und dein Reiseleiter hat dabei viele Geheimtipps auf Lager). Mahlzeiten können alles umfassen - von einem selbst zubereiteten Festmahl, Abendessen in einem renommierten Restaurant oder allem, was auf dem Markt gut aussieht.

Internationale Gruppen
Unsere Gruppen sind im Durchschnitt mit 12 Personen unterwegs und sind eine bunte Mischung aus Einzelreisenden, Freunden und Paaren jeden Alters aus der ganzen Welt. Du wirst in deiner Gruppe die unterschiedlichsten Persönlichkeiten kennenlernen und auf deiner Reise jede Menge neue interessante Leute treffen. Mit Menschen aus verschiedenen Ländern werden alle unserer Erlebnisreisen auf Englisch durchgeführt.

Erfahrene Reiseleiter
Auf jeder Reise wirst du von einem erfahrenen englischsprechenden Reiseleiter begleitet, der deine Reise mit Einblicken in die Kultur des Gastlandes bereichert und dir oftmals ganz spontan fantastische Erlebnisse ermöglicht, die deine Reise zu einem einzigartigen persönlichen Abenteuer machen. Das wichtigste Anliegen des Reiseleiters: deine Reise zur besten Erfahrung deines Lebens zu machen.

Freiheit & Unabhängigkeit
Mit einem großen, unpersönlichen Reisebus erlebst du garantiert keine wirklichen Abenteuer. Lust auf einen Marktbesuch? Oder lieber die Seele baumeln lassen in einem gemütlichen Café am Straßenrand? Aber gerne! Bei unseren Reisen zeigen wir dir die wichtigsten Sehenswürdigkeiten und lassen dir freie Zeit, um dein ganz eigenes Abenteuer zu erleben.

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