Turrialba

3 Jour - 2 Nuits | À partir de: $286

Go rafting and visit a genuine archaeological site in this magnificent agricultural valley of exotic beauty.

 

Itinéraire

Day 1: San Jose – Turrialba:
Early pick up in your hotel lobby to get to Turrialba Valley. We suggest a guided visit to the Guayabo National Monument, This architectural site was built by a Pre-Columbian civilization between 1000 B.C. and 1400 A.D. Guayabo is the largest and most important archeological site discovered to date in Costa Rica. This national park offers good bird watching opportunities in the middle of rain-forested setting. Overnight at the hotel of your choice (B)

Day 2: Rafting Adventure:
Early breakfast, this morning you will be joining a white water rafting trip on the Pejibaye River. Let the adrenaline flow while you experience these moderate rapids on a class II – III River, along the rapids you will pass through the tropical forest and meadow lands. There will be a chance to do some bird watching and bathing on the calm pools. Afternoon at leisure to relax or enjoy an optional tour (at an additional cost) overnight at the hotel of your choice (B) (L)

Day 3: Natural History Lecture and departure:
After an early breakfast, we will pick you up in your hotel lobby to get back to San Jose. End of our services or select another destination... (B)

 

Comprend

  • Round trip ground transportation from San Jose
  • 2 nights at the selected hotel, STD room
  • Pacuare Rafting
  • Taxes on lodging (13%) and meals (23%) described
  • Full support services by each local operator

Meal

  • 2 breakfast
  •  lunch

 

 

Ne comprend pas

  • Comidas, tours y transporte no especificado en el programa
  • Gastos personales
  • Entradas a Parques Nacionales
  • Propinas a choferes, guías, camareras y botones

 

Saisons

  DBLSuplemento SencillaTPLCHD
Villa FlorenciaHigh season308126286182
Villa FlorenciaLow season308126286182
Casa TurireHigh season356175321189
Casa TurireLow season339157307189

 

Notes

  • Prices are per person in USD$
  • HIGH SEASON 2011: March, April, July, August, December
  • LOW SEASON 2011: May, June, September, October, November