relaxation in one destination. From there, you travel toward the Caribbean Coast to Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí, a typical Costa Rican village that is home to famous rainforest protection zones and is the beginning of a system of rivers that extends up to the northern border with Nicaragua. It is a rich habitat for countless plants and animals. Then you go to the Caribbean Coast, characterized by its Afro-Caribbean flair, where you will enjoy exotic foods, dreamy uncrowded beaches, and getting to know the locals.
Costa Rica Pass tip: Our Sloth Pass is highly recommended if you are traveling between July and October, since this is the dry season in the Caribbean climate regions. The exception to this is San José in the Central Valley, which experiences the rainy season at this time.