Super cool stuff your kids love to do in Costa Rica - walking the hanging bridges

Costa Rica with kids – itinerary inspiration

With this itinerary, you discover alle the pretty things of Costa Rica in 3 weeks at a pace that will make your kids and yourself all  pura vida.

European families can forget endless stop-overs and get used to the climate and time difference in Miami. After a short flight, start from Alajuela and go see enjoy the (white) waters of the Rio Sarapiqui on a een raft or river safari. Continue to La Fortuna voor uber relaxing hot springs, exciting ziplines en majestic views on the Arenal volcano. The next part of your journey is super adventures, driving the bumpy dirt road up to the dreamscapes of the Monteverde cloud forest.

Super cool stuff your kids love to do in Costa Rica - walking the hanging bridges

If you don’t want your kids to get bored by all that rain forest beauty, drive up to the Nicoya peninsula for a different landscape. The whole family will love to chillax in Playa Tamarindo. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to the surfer lifestyle and take at least one surfing lesson! More south on the peninsula, near Nosara,  you might spot the arrival of hundreds of Ridley turtles to nest at the Refugio Nacional de Fauna Sylvester Ostional.

Back on the mainland, Tarcoles offers the opportunity to spot wild macaws at  Nacional Marque Carara. A little drive down south will bring you to paradise also known as Manuel Antonio where the rain forest and its wild life borders a sandy beach.

Costa Rica met kids

Get ready to return to the First World life by visiting San Jose and picking up souvenirs for friends and family at Mercado Central.

Xoxo – Irene

Pin for later!

Costa Rica with kids itinerary inspiration

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s