Costa Rica Experience

16-29 days

from £1,719.00

Trip Highlights

  • Volunteer in a fantastic Sea Turtle Conservation project
  • Live it up on Costa Rica’s best beaches!
  • Experience a thrilling volcano visit
  • Enjoy an authentic village stay
  • Get your adventure on with surfing, snorkelling and rafting!
  • Grab the opportunity to continue the adventure with 2 fun-filled extension options!

Trip Summary

Beaches, volunteering, adrenaline and adventure! On this action packed trip you’ll experience the very best of cool Costa Rica. Kick it all off with an incredible Turtle Conservation Project voluntary role, where you’ll be up close and personal with sea turtles! You’ll also be taken to Costa Rica’s shores to surf and kayak, and go on an epic rainforest adventure! This trip includes an exciting volcano visit where you’ll get a firsthand look at Volcano Arenal – one of Costa Rica’s most iconic attractions.

You can tailor make this epic adventure and stay for 16, 21 or 29 days with our awesome optional extensions that’ll have you getting to know the local community of San Ramon, heading to picturesque Panama, and enjoying an idyllic island tour! It’s up to you how long you choose to stay and these action-packed options will help you to get the very best out of Costa Rica!

Interested and want to find out more? Download more trip information and detailed itinerary HERE!

Trip Info

Day 1: Arrival

Cue Costa Rica! Today you’ll be met at the airport by one of our friendly in-country representatives who will collect you from the airport and transfer you to your accommodation in Alajuela. We recommend that you arrive before 6pm if possible as we’ll be hosting an awesome welcome dinner in an authentic local restaurant! This will be your chance to sample some of Costa Rica’s tasty cuisine and relax with your fellow travellers! After your dinner, settle into your cosy accommodation to grab some rest before you explore Costa Rica the next day!

Day 2: Awesome Alajuela

Wake up to your first exciting morning in Costa Rica! You’ll have an early orientation session with your guide picking you up between 8:00am and 8:30am to take you through Alajuela to the Real Gap Experience offices where you’ll be able to grab a bite to eat and meet the team! After breakfast, you’ll explore Alajuela with your guide, giving you the opportunity to ask any questions you have about the area and learn more about Costa Rica.

After the orientation you’ll be taken to the Pacific Coast – the location of your awesome Turtle Conservation volunteering project! The Pacific Coast is dotted with beautiful beaches, and you’ll be at the heart of this pristine paradise with your rewarding voluntary project.

Days 3 - 6: Turtle Conservation Project

From days 3 to 6 you’ll be enjoying your Turtle Conservation Project, and with 4 nights at the volunteer house you’ll quickly make new friends and become a valuable project member. What could be better than getting involved with a fulfilling role in a destination as picturesque as Costa Rica? Your duties will vary from day to day depending on the priorities of the project, and typical activities may include helping to construct turtle hatcheries, planting trees and releasing baby turtles! The project takes place on the beach, so once the volunteering day ends you’ll already be in the perfect location to enjoy some beachside bliss and chill out with your fellow travellers.

Day 7: Surf’s up!

After breakfast you’ll leave the project and transfer to Playa Grande! You’ll fall in love with this beautiful location, where golden sandy beaches meet crystal clear waves to form a picturesque surfer’s paradise. You’ll be in safe hands, taking to the waves with professional instructors so whether you’re a novice or a natural you’re sure to pick up some new skills and have an epic adventure!

Day 8: Kayak Adventure

You’ll meet your kayak guides this morning before taking to the calm waters of the Tamarindo estuary. Grab the opportunity to spot some of Costa Rica’s wildlife in style, monkeys, iguanas, crocodiles and may bird species are frequently sighted!

After your kayaking excursion you’ll have some free time to enjoy Playa Grande, where the options are endless! Return to the beach to put your surfing moves to good use, or simply lie back on the golden shores with your mates. A top attraction is the Las Baulas National marine park where you can explore the terrain by canoe for the chance to spot a crocodile!

Day 9: Bijagua

Today you’ll enjoy a scenic journey up into the mountains! This is your chance to get off the beaten track and experience the lesser known village of Bijagua, where you’ll be staying in rustic ‘cabinas’ close to the centre of the village. This is your chance to experience the Northern region of Costa Rica and meet the locals! You’ll be experiencing village life first hand for a truly authentic glimpse into Costa Rica’s welcoming communities.

Day 10: Costa Rican Rainforest

After breakfast you’ll be heading into a private rainforest reserve for an awesome aerial view of the tree canopy! There are three hanging bridges to walk across, giving you a unique glimpse of Costa Rica’s incredible wildlife population. You’ll be hiking for around 2 hours, and in the afternoon you can take an optional trip to a local farm, whose owners are dedicated to conserving Costa Rica’s natural habitat by rescuing a variety of flora and fauna.

Later, participate in an optional experience getting up close and personal with the rainforest’s reptiles, or simply use your free time to relax. You’ll find a few beachside stands offering delicious foodie fare if you’d like to grab a bite and watch the sun go down!

Day 11: Saddle up!

This morning you’ll grab breakfast at the lodge before heading out to Bijagua for an exhilarating horseback ride! The ride will take around 2 hours, heading through lustrous jungles and rivers for a first-hand experience of Costa Rica’s varied terrain.

You’ll reach Volcan Tenorio National Park and continue on foot until you reach the magical Rio Celeste, an azure waterfall featuring a viewpoint from which you can soak in the stunning Costa Rican scenery. You’ll be hiking for a few hours, and then enjoy a well deserved lunch at a traditional Costa Rican diner.

Day 12: Volcano visit!

Today you’ll get a chance to experience one of Costa Rica’s most iconic sights – the unparalleled Volcano Arenal! This is one of the most active volcanoes in the Americas, and you’ll get to stay in a comfortable family run hotel featuring perfect views of the volcano!  

You’ll have some free time to explore the charming La Fortuna which is dotted with shops and cafes where you can relax alongside the locals or pick up a souvenir!

Day 13: White Water Rafting!

Brace yourself for some invigorating wild white water rafting today! You’ll have a safety briefing before you take to the rapids, and then it’s a full day of adrenaline fuelled fun! You’ll break for lunch before resuming your rafting adventure, and later head back to your accommodation to recharge.

Day 14: Hot Springs and Hiking

Today you’re turning the heat up on your experience with a volcano and hot springs tour! You’ll drive to the National Park for a short rainforest hike to reach the old lava flows from the volcanic eruption of 1968. Once you’ve explored, you’ll head to the observation area where there’s the chance of catching a vibrant natural fireworks display as the ground trembles with columns of ash, lava and smoke!

Round the day off at the Baldi Hot Springs, naturally formed thermal pools at the bottom of the volcano! Here you’ll find 23 pools along with water slides, saunas, wet bars and botanical gardens. You may even spot lava flowing from the crater in the distance!

Day 15: Zip Wiring!

Today you’ll be heading out of La Fortuna and back to the hills for a zip wire tour! You’ll be soaring through the canopy up in the mountains for an unmissable adventure! There are nine platform cables, as well as a Tarzan swing and three extra long cables, so there’s no shortage of fun and this is one of the coolest ways to experience the lush scenery.

Day 16: Departure or Option 2 

Today you’ll be leaving Costa Rica armed with a lifetime of memories! Remember to swap numbers with your group – you never know when you’ll be planning your next epic experience! Our team can transfer you to San Jose airport ready for you to return home or continue your travels.

If you’ve chosen to travel on the 2nd option available for this amazing Costa Rica trip you’ll experience all of the action and adventure included in Option 1, as well as a fascinating volunteering itinerary that’ll allow you to get even more out of your Real Gap Experience!

Day 16- 20: San Ramon House Building Project 

For this part of your trip, you’ll be building new homes for some San Ramon locals. San Ramon is a relaxing city that enjoys a leisurely lifestyle. Despite the small population and tranquil pace, San Ramon boasts a variety of cafes and restaurants, as well as museums, galleries, and the spectacular scenery you’ve been enjoying throughout Costa Rica.

On your project you’ll be helping families by assisting the staff with the construction of new homes! You’ll have a direct role in improving the landscape of San Ramon, helping local builders to mix cement, lay bricks and construct roofs. The work you do here will support the local community for years to come, providing safe and comfortable houses and helping San Ramon to progress!

Day 21: Farewell or Option 3

Your Real Gap Experience will end after your house building project and today you’ll be transferred back to San Jose. Be sure to swap details with your fellow travellers to stay in touch! Although you’re leaving, the impact you’ve made on the landscape of San Ramon will remain for many years to come. You’ll be transferred to the airport to return home. If you’re travelling onwards be sure to let your guides know in advance in case you need to ask any questions!

If you’ve opted for the 3rd option of this trip you’ll be enjoying everything that’s included in options 1 and 2 as well as some additional incredible activities! This is a really comprehensive option that allows you to make the most of Costa Rica and experience some of the country’s best features!

Day 21: San Jose

You’ll be transferred back to San Jose following your volunteering project. You won’t want to say goodbye to the families whose lives you’ve helped to improve, but you’ll feel amazing knowing that you’ve had such a positive impact.

You’ll head back to your San Jose accommodation to freshen up before going for a walk around the Cultural Square, bustling shopping streets and artisan markets. This is the perfect time to see some Costa Rican handicrafts and pick up a couple of souvenirs to take back home.

Day 22: Caribbean Coast

You’ll be heading to the Caribbean Coast today to explore the stunning beach town of Puerto Viejo! You have a day to explore and there’s plenty to get up to in this seaside town. You’ll find bars dotted around, the perfect sunshine hangouts where you can grab a drink and top up your tan!

Day 23: Free Day

Today you’ll have an amazing free day in Puerto Viejo! Head to the weekly markets or visit a sloth sanctuary that’s nearby for an up close and personal wildlife experience!

You may even want to put your surfer skills to good use and take to the waves, rent a bike to explore the town in style, or simply kick back and relax on the beach! Tomorrow we’re off to Panama, so make the most of Puerto Viejo! Please note that any activities you choose to participate in during your free time are optional and you’ll be responsible for covering any resultant costs.

Day 24: Panama!

Today we’ll be journeying down to the border of Panama! Once we’ve arrived we’ll board a minibus down to the docks before hopping onto a water taxi to the leisurely islands of Bocas Del Toro! You’ll call Isla Colon home for the next few days, staying in a hostel that features a great decking area across the ocean where you can watch the sun go down. The rest of the afternoon is yours to explore, go swimming or enjoy a drink with your group!

Day 25: Island Tour

Fall in love with Costa Rica all over again today as you enjoy an island tour! Our first stop will be Dolphin Bay where we might see some wildlife if we’re lucky! We’ll the n head over to Coral Bay – the ideal snorkelling destination and a great place to get up close and personal with those picturesque reefs! Then it’s over to Red Frog Beach, where stretches of white sand are framed by lush jungle terrain. You’ll simply love this mesmerising spot, and there’s nothing better than lounging on a breath-taking beach! Round off the day with another snorkelling adventure before we head back to our accommodation.

Day 26: Free Day

Today you’ll have a free day in Bocas del Toro where you’ll be able to get some rest and relaxation, or turn the dial up on the adventure! If you didn’t get enough of the island’s stunning waters yesterday you might want to head out for some more snorkelling, or get out on a boat tour and explore more of the island. There are plenty of exquisite bays to choose from if you want to top up your tan, or get out for a walk and grab some tasty local cuisine!

Day 27: Panama to San Jose

Today we’ll be heading to the Zapatillas Islands, where you can explore crystal clear waters and beautiful forests. This marine national park makes for an exciting excursion and is the best way to round off our amazing time in Panama. The islands are a one hour boat ride away from Bocas del Toro, so you’ll have another chance to snap some shots of the amazing scenery! We’ve got a full day to explore, so make sure you don’t miss a thing!

Day 28: Farewell Panama!

We’ll be heading out of Panama today and transferring to the capital city of San Jose. Once we’ve arrived we’ll board a bus to our hostel in Alajuela where you’ll have some time to freshen up and change for our Farewell Dinner. This is your chance to have a tasty meal with all your new mates and reminisce about your captivating Costa Rica experiences. Make sure you swap numbers and get thinking about ideas for that next epic trip!

Day 29: Departure

Your tour might end today, but your Costa Rica memories will last a lifetime! There are no activities planned today, but you’ll be transferred back to the airport ready to travel on or head home. 

Accommodation & Meals

You’ll be staying in a range of accommodation types during your time in Costa Rica, giving you an authentic experience of the country! You’ll stay in a mix of hostels, guesthouses and home stay accommodation.

Unless indicated in your itinerary, meals are not included as part of this Real Gap Experience. This is to allow travellers the utmost flexibility when deciding when and where they eat and how much they spend on food. Eating with your fellow travellers is usually a good idea, as it’ll allow you to sample a range of great dishes and split the cost of meals! Listed below are some must try Costa Rican culinary staples.

  • Gallo Pinto: A yummy combination of rice and beans with sour cream or fried eggs
  • Sopa de Mariscos: A seafood soup made with prawns, clams, fish and squid. Rich and hearty with vibrant flavours!
  • Olla de Carne: A tasty beef and vegetable stew which showcases the best of Costa Rica’s veggie produce!
  • Chicharones: perfectly seasoned pork is fried until crisp. The perfect Costa Rican snack!
  • Arroz con Camarones: A delicious rice dish flavoured with onions, peppers, tomatoes and cumin and packed with juicy prawns!

If you have chosen option 2 or 3 of the Costa Rica Experience, during the volunteering section of your trip you will receive three meals per day. 

Dairy products in Costa Rica are safe to consume, and food hygiene standards are among the best in Latin America. It’s best to avoid uncooked meats and remember it’s better to be safe than sorry if you’re at all unsure about a dish. 

Eligibility & FAQ's

The minimum age for this trip is 18.

Whats Included

Option 1 - 16 days

  • Accommodation
  • Airport Transfer
  • In Country Transfers
  • Any meals indicated in the itinerary (3 per day during the Sea Turtle Conservation Project)
  • Welcome Meal (dependent on the time of your arrival)
  • Sea Turtle Conservation Project
  • Orientation Session
  • Surfing with Professional Instructors
  • Guided Kayaking Excursion
  • Rainforest Hiking
  • Horse Riding Trip
  • Volcan Tenorio National Park Trip
  • Volcano Arenal Visit
  • White Water Rafting
  • Baldi Hot Springs Experience
  • Zip Wire Tour
  • 24 hour help and support

Option 2 - 21 days

  • All Option 1 Inclusions
  • San Ramon Volunteer Project
  • 3 meals per day during San Ramon Volunteer Project

Option 3 - 29 days

  • All Options 1 and 2 Inclusions
  • Time in Panama
  • Panama Island Tour
  • Free Day in Puerto Viejo
  • Free Day in Bocas del Toro
  • Farewell Dinner

What's Not Included

  • International Flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Vaccinations
  • Meals unless indicated in the itinerary
  • Free Time Activities
  • Personal Expenses
  • Zapatillas Island Park Fee (Option 3)
  • Red Frog Beach Entrance Fee (Option 3)

Flights

WIFI

You’ll have internet access at your backpacker’s hostel and also at the Real Gap Experience office in Alajuela. There will be internet cafes around the country which will offer an affordable service.

LAUNDRY

Laundry facilities will be dependent on your accommodation, so it is advisable to bring some travel wash with you just in case you’d like to wash any of your own clothes.

PASSPORTS AND VISAS          

Passport holders of any nationality will require a minimum of 6 months passport validity beyond their intended length of stay. You may be refused entry if you do not have evidence of onward travel or return travel from Costa Rica. British Nationals do not require a visa to enter Costa Rica, and can stay as a visitor for a maximum of 3 months. For up to date travel and visa information, please refer to the Costa Rican Embassy’s latest guidelines.

Please note that you must have adequate cover in place before your trip begins. Whether you’re travelling for two weeks or two years, insurance is an essential part of your adventure and will help you enjoy your travels, secure in the knowledge that you have the protection you need. Of course you are free to buy insurance from any provider, however at Real Gap Experience, we have travel insurance that has been specifically designed to meet the needs of global travel that’s far from run-of-the-mill. If you think you’re already covered by an existing policy, such as those provided by credit card providers, check the policy very carefully to ensure it covers you for your Real Gap Experience, specifically: For the duration you require For the activities you’re planning on doing If you would like some further information about our insurance options please speak to one of our travel advisors. 

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Georgina Askew

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The people that were on this trip could not have been any better, made some life long friends. The activities such as the horse riding and the white water rafting were incredible. The beaches were beautiful, and let's forget or not forget the parties!!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

No

Tips for other travellers?

Bring print out of flights Don't bring a microfibre towel Lots of mosquito repellent

Any other comments?

Anyone that is considering doing this trip, just book it! You'll never regret it!

Simon Thomas

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Managed to get so much done, especially the physical activities like rafting and horse riding. Absolutely stunning country! The beaches are the best I've ever seen, especially in Panama. Worth every penny!! Such good organisation by RealGap, all the activities in the right order.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Maybe a visit to the Monteverde rainforest or maybe even to Nicaragua? But a very very well packed well organised itinerary.

Tips for other travellers?

Learn some basic Spanish (not needed but really helps) Bring lots of sports clothes for travelling/activities - you get very sweaty and by that point no one cares about how you look!! Don't bring microfibre towels. They don't work. Also bring a speaker!!

Georgina Askew

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The people that were on this trip could not have been any better, made some life long friends. The activities such as the horse riding and the white water rafting were incredible. The beaches were beautiful, and let's forget or not forget the parties!!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

No

Tips for other travellers?

Bring print out of flights Don't bring a microfibre towel Lots of mosquito repellent

Any other comments?

Anyone that is considering doing this trip, just book it! You'll never regret it!

natalie berman

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Panama was absolutely amazing and I am so glad that we ended the trip that way

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

I don't think that there is anything that I would add to the itinerary

Tips for other travellers?

It is very expensive in Costa Rica even the food Embrace all the rice and beans

Jodie Easter

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I liked the fact that we stayed in hostels, in large groups - meant that we got a proper experience. I really enjoyed the activities week and the home stay whilst in San Roman

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Maybe a few more days in Panama as I thought it was the last week but only 4 days

Tips for other travellers?

1. Check with your bank that you will be going away so they don't block your account 2. Take two towels, one for the beach, one for shower 3. Take lots of insect repellent

Any other comments?

Tour guide Alberth was great, he did his job and so much more. Always answering our questions even if we had asked many times before, very knowledgeable and ensured we were always having a great time. Also think it was very good value for money,

alexander bradbury

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Playa grande Turtle conservation Arenal Panama

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Nope

Tips for other travellers?

Dont need a mosquito net Bring enough shower gel Bring enough sun cream

Any other comments?

Randall was the best tour guide ever

Brittany Gilchrist

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There is something for everyone on this trip. For me, I loved it all! Turtle conservation, surfing at Playa Grande, zip lining, horse riding, immersion into the natural environment and local culture being highlights.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Stay at Playa Grande a couple more days!

Tips for other travellers?

Be prepared for some rain and don't let it dampen your spirits Learn some basic Spanish phrases to be able to use at the home stay Immerse yourself in the new culture while you are there and adopt its 'Pura Vida' ideology - makes everything all the more rewarding

Any other comments?

The trip was fantastic. A great way to experience such a beautiful country with so many activities to do with an awesome guide and an amazing group of travelling companions. An incredible experience your future self will thank you for!

averil pocock

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The trip highlights for me was the horse riding it was awesome fun. Completing the foundations for building project and the turtle excavation (as no one expected to find baby turtles and then we found 12.)

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Where we did our turtle project. We needed something to break up the day because we had nothing to do in the daytime, as there was no jobs to do (we did a beach clean but there was no rubbish to clean). So we just chilled but there is only so much chilling you can do! And the accommodation was horrible I will explain more about that at the bottom. We saw that you could go quad biking as everyday we saw people doing that. So by doing that in the week it would have broken up the day better.

Tips for other travellers?

Bring a good waterproof coat - you definitely need it! Bring a good camera - I took my waterproof one! Learn a bit of Spanish as the homestay is hard as they don't speak English. Also make sure you bring rehydration sachets - it helps getting use to the heat.

Any other comments?

There are a few other things I would like to add to improve this tour. As I really enjoyed it but there are things you could do to make it better. The first thing is the accommodation at the turtle project. For me I don’t want any future groups to go through what we had to. We literally arrived after a 4 hr journey still getting used to Costa Rica. We got shown to a small room and 10 of use were literally rammed. One fan worked the other one gave no cool air. So we were very quickly coated in sweat. It did turn out that we were meant to be in two rooms, but that didn’t happen. Also the surfing lesson wasn’t very good. 3 people turned up at the place we were staying, got some of the surfboards added wax and gave as a board. They introduced themselves one was a surf teacher the other two wakeboarders. We got split into 3 groups and got in the sea. I was with the wakeboarder, personally I felt he didn’t teach anything at all. I teach surfing in England and he showed me how not to teach surfing! We didn’t pay for a wakeboarder to teach us. Then they expected us to tip them. Also when we were in Bocas Del Toro. The room we stayed in had a leak and two of the girls had wet beds, which is not what you expect. Also when we did the homestay, I don’t remember reading anywhere that you could be by yourself staying with a family. I think that you should always have at least a buddy because when they don’t speak any English and you don’t speak Spanish, then the stay can be more difficult. I would have preferred to stay in the centre of San Ramon instead of the outskirts and a 20 minute walk we had to do every day to the bus stop.

katharine Sworn

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alice llambias

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Bocas del Toro, Playa Granda, Verdiazul turtles, White water rafting

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Longer in Playa Grande.

Tips for other travellers?

Use travel companies to get orientated but then have sometime afterwards by yourself. It's better to use your phone/contact home as little as possible. Learn some of the local language.

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