Costa Rica, Nicaragua & the Caribbean - trip of in Nicaragua, Costa Rica

To live the best of Central America

This route is carefully designed to live the best of Central America, visiting two of the countries that encompass the maximum exponent of its biodiversity. Through the natural parks of Costa Rica, we cross from the Caribbean to the Pacific, to the border with Nicaragua. Here we enter landscapes of lakes, lagoons and active volcanoes, we travel through the warm colonial city of Granada, to finally fly to the most unknown and unknown Caribbean, the Corn Islands, located next to the second largest coral reef in the world.


Day 1: Flight to San Jose
Upon arrivat at San Jose airport, meet and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2: San José - Tortuguero National Park
Early in the morning, transfer to Tortuguero National Park. We have breakfast halfway before boarding towards the Park. Arrival in Tortuguero and lodging at the lodge. At night, during the season we can see the turtles nesting on their beaches and explore the canals by boat to spot sloths, anteaters

Day 3: Tortuguero National Park - Caribbean Zone
Departure early in the morning and pick up the vehicle for the rest of the trip. Transfer to the Caribbean area; Limón, Cahuita, Puerto Viejo

Day 4: Caribbean area
We spent the day touring the Caribbean area, one of the most beautiful in the country, to the very border of Panama

Day 5: Caribe- Irazú Volcano
Transfer to the area of the Irazú Volcano National Park, one of the most beautiful in the country. On the way, we can stop at Siquirres for a full day rafting on the Reventazón River

Day 6: Irazú - Pacific Zone
After breakfast, transfer to the Manuel Antonio National Park, one of the most beautiful and interesting of the Pacific coast.

Day 7: Manuel Antonio National Park
Day dedicated to visit the park.

Day 8: Manuel Antonio- Arenal National Park
After breakfast, transfer to Arenal National Park, the volcano par excellence in Costa Rica.

Day 9: Arenal National Park- Nicaragua-Granada border
In the morning we continue visiting the park and we move to the border of Nicaragua to deliver our vehicle, customs procedures and meeting with our driver, who will take us to Granada.

Day 10: Granada- Masaya Volcano- Mombacho Volcano- Granada
We visited the Masaya Volcano National Park. A road leads us, between rocks of solidified lava and a landscape of tropical forest, to the shore of the Santiago Crater, this being an active volcano. Then we will visit the Mombacho Volcano Natural Reserve. We will go from the dry region of Sabana to the base of the volcano, passing by coffee farms, entering the forest of clouds and light humidity. When we reach the top, we walk the 2.5 km trail, where we find an unusual collection of orchids, ferns and butterflies. Return to Granada.

Day 11: Granada - Corn Island - Little Corn Island
Transfer to the Managua airport to take the domestic flight to the Caribbean area, to Corn Island. Upon arrival, we embark in the direction of the smallest of the islands.

Day 12: Little Corn Island
2 daily dives or optional activites.

Day 13: Little Corn Island
2 daily dives or optional activites.

Day 14: Little Corn Island
2 daily dives or optional activites.

Day 15: Little Corn Island
2 daily dives or optional activites.

Day 16: Little Corn Island- Managua
After transfer to airport to take the flight to Managua. Upon arrivat at Managua airport, transfer to the hotel.

Day 17: Managua
Free day until transfer back to the airport to take the flight back.

Day 18: Arrival
Arrival at your city


Domestic flights
Car rental 4x4.
Airport and transfer assistance.
Pack 8 dives.

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Optional activities not specified
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International flights

Info - Paises

Curiosly little known, it is the paradigm of Central American exuberance; volcanoes, jungles colonial cities, lost islands in an unprecedented Caribbean and above all, the endearing character of its people. 

Few countries contain as much natural beauty as little Costa Rica. Nestled between the Caribbean and the Pacific, it offers us a large number of natural parks with a high biodiversity and coasts frequented by turtles. 

Clima - Estacionalidad

Jan 32ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 0% 1ml 24kmh
Feb 33ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 1% 3ml 25kmh
Mar 34ºC 23ºC 27ºC 89% 2% 5ml 23kmh
Apr 34ºC 24ºC 28ºC 89% 7% 24ml 21kmh
May 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 22% 89ml 17kmh
Jun 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 31% 116ml 16kmh
Jul 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 25% 81ml 19kmh
Aug 32ºC 23ºC 29ºC 89% 30% 103ml 17kmh
Sep 32ºC 23ºC 29ºC 89% 39% 158ml 14kmh
Oct 31ºC 23ºC 29ºC 89% 34% 134ml 14kmh
Nov 32ºC 22ºC 28ºC 89% 16% 54ml 16kmh
Dec 32ºC 22ºC 28ºC 89% 4% 10ml 21kmh
Jan 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 0% 1ml 26kmh
Feb 32ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 0% 2ml 26kmh
Mar 33ºC 23ºC 27ºC 89% 2% 4ml 24kmh
Apr 34ºC 25ºC 28ºC 89% 7% 23ml 22kmh
May 32ºC 25ºC 29ºC 89% 21% 85ml 18kmh
Jun 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 29% 111ml 17kmh
Jul 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 23% 78ml 20kmh
Aug 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 27% 100ml 18kmh
Sep 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 89% 36% 155ml 15kmh
Oct 31ºC 24ºC 28ºC 89% 33% 135ml 14kmh
Nov 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 89% 16% 56ml 18kmh
Dec 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 89% 4% 10ml 23kmh
Jan 30ºC 20ºC 28ºC 91% 2% 3ml 16kmh
Feb 32ºC 20ºC 28ºC 91% 2% 2ml 16kmh
Mar 33ºC 20ºC 28ºC 91% 2% 5ml 14kmh
Apr 33ºC 21ºC 29ºC 91% 9% 27ml 12kmh
May 30ºC 21ºC 29ºC 91% 24% 85ml 9kmh
Jun 30ºC 21ºC 29ºC 91% 31% 103ml 8kmh
Jul 30ºC 21ºC 29ºC 91% 26% 77ml 9kmh
Aug 30ºC 21ºC 29ºC 91% 31% 110ml 8kmh
Sep 29ºC 20ºC 28ºC 91% 41% 157ml 7kmh
Oct 29ºC 20ºC 28ºC 91% 39% 143ml 7kmh
Nov 29ºC 21ºC 28ºC 91% 23% 71ml 10kmh
Dec 29ºC 21ºC 28ºC 91% 7% 17ml 13kmh
Jan 26ºC 18ºC 28ºC 96% 11% 30ml 5kmh
Feb 26ºC 18ºC 28ºC 96% 9% 21ml 6kmh
Mar 27ºC 18ºC 28ºC 96% 10% 21ml 5kmh
Apr 27ºC 18ºC 29ºC 96% 19% 55ml 4kmh
May 26ºC 18ºC 29ºC 96% 36% 115ml 3kmh
Jun 25ºC 18ºC 29ºC 96% 45% 138ml 3kmh
Jul 25ºC 18ºC 29ºC 96% 41% 125ml 3kmh
Aug 25ºC 18ºC 29ºC 96% 43% 134ml 3kmh
Sep 25ºC 17ºC 28ºC 96% 49% 156ml 3kmh
Oct 25ºC 17ºC 28ºC 96% 48% 154ml 3kmh
Nov 25ºC 18ºC 28ºC 96% 37% 113ml 4kmh
Dec 25ºC 18ºC 28ºC 96% 21% 61ml 4kmh
Jan 29ºC 22ºC 27ºC 91% 6% 14ml 20kmh
Feb 30ºC 22ºC 27ºC 91% 4% 9ml 20kmh
Mar 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 91% 4% 9ml 18kmh
Apr 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 91% 11% 32ml 16kmh
May 30ºC 23ºC 29ºC 91% 29% 100ml 13kmh
Jun 29ºC 23ºC 29ºC 91% 41% 138ml 13kmh
Jul 29ºC 23ºC 29ºC 91% 37% 119ml 15kmh
Aug 29ºC 23ºC 29ºC 91% 39% 132ml 13kmh
Sep 29ºC 22ºC 29ºC 91% 47% 170ml 11kmh
Oct 29ºC 22ºC 28ºC 91% 44% 163ml 11kmh
Nov 29ºC 22ºC 28ºC 91% 29% 96ml 14kmh
Dec 29ºC 22ºC 28ºC 91% 14% 38ml 17kmh
Jan 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 17% 37ml 27kmh
Feb 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 10% 16ml 26kmh
Mar 27ºC 26ºC 27ºC 92% 6% 8ml 24kmh
Apr 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 14% 32ml 22kmh
May 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 42% 125ml 20kmh
Jun 28ºC 28ºC 28ºC 92% 68% 222ml 20kmh
Jul 28ºC 28ºC 28ºC 92% 71% 233ml 23kmh
Aug 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 66% 211ml 20kmh
Sep 28ºC 27ºC 29ºC 92% 69% 225ml 16kmh
Oct 28ºC 27ºC 29ºC 92% 68% 248ml 18kmh
Nov 28ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 55% 187ml 23kmh
Dec 27ºC 27ºC 28ºC 92% 34% 94ml 26kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

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Spider monkey
Aviator monkey
Common Dolphin
Eagle Ray
Hammerhead Shark
Nurse shark
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Howler monkey

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