Discover Costa Rica & Panama

    Central America

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    Highlights of Central America from Costa Rica to Panama

    Itinerary

    Start San Jose

    Visit Palo Verde National Park; to La Anita Rainforest Ranch close to the region of Rincon de la Vieja. 

    Organic Chocolate tour at La Anita Cacao Farm

    Free day at La Anita Rainforest Ranch.

    To La Fortuna, near Arenal Volcano; optional visit Ecotermales Hot Springs.

    Visit Arenal Volcano N.P., La Fortuna Waterfall and Don Juan Farm; afternoon for optional activities

    To Tortuguero N.P.

    Boat tour around Tortuguero waterways.

    To the Caribbean coast.

    Cross into Panama; to Bocas del Toro islands.

    Free day in Bocas del Toro for optional activities.

    Morning to Boquete; afternoon coffee plantation tour.

    Fly to Panama City; visit Casco Viejo and the Panama Canal.

    End Panama City.

    Additional Information

    This busy itinerary takes us through some of the highlights of Central America. Costa Rica's tropical climate supports a range of ecosystems including dense jungle, cloud forest, coastline and a handful of active volcanoes. The result is a paradise bursting with wildlife and tropical verdant scenery. From the Bocas del Toro Islands, a stunning archipelago with a lively Caribbean culture, to the Panama Canal, one of the world’s most impressive feats of engineering, and the vibrant capital Panama City. 

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    Details

    Duration: 14 Days
    Starts in: Central America
    Group Size: 6-16

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