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Costa Rica Epic Adventure

Cost: $2500 ($500 additional for “Single Occupancy”), $500 non-refundable deposit

Prerequisites: Everyone is welcome to join this trip.

Dates: Tuesday, May 3rd through Wednesday, May 11th.

Call 303.988.2943 or
$500 nonrefundable deposit due at booking

Epic Costa Rica Adventure 2016

Includes: Transportation, food, lodging, equipment rentals and activities

Does not include: Airfare, airport departure tax ($28 – can be paid in either colones or dollars), medical or travel insurance

Renaissance is proud to offer you a week of great adventure and wonderful accommodations in Costa Rica.  On this trip we will visit 4 regions of Costa Rica, exploring rivers, mountains, and the Pacific lowlands. We have tailored the trip to include one adventure and one cultural or culinary experience everyday. So get ready for the adventure of a lifetime!

10% of the price of the trip goes towards Epic Experience, a non-profit for cancer survivors. Visit http://www.epicexperience.org/ for more info on Epic.

 

DAY 1 – Tuesday
Transportation: Airport to Hotel

Lodging: Hotel Mi Tierra in Alajuela

Activity: Get acclimated with Costa Rica

Meals: Dinner

 

DAY 2 - Wednesday
Transportation: Alajuela to La Virgen

Lodging: Ara Ambigua Lodge

Activity: Peace Lodge Tour and afternoon rafting on the Sarapiqui

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

DAY 3 - Thursday
Transportation: La Virgen

Lodging: Ara Ambigua Lodge

Activity: Morning organic pineapple tour and afternoon zip lining

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

DAY 4 – Friday
Transportation: La Virgen to Arenal

Lodging: Hotel Jardines del Arenal

Activity: Rainforest tour and afternoon ducky/kayak trip

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


DAY 5 – Saturday

Transportation: Arenal

Lodging: Hotel Jardines del Arenal

Activity: Morning sea kayaking on Lake Arenal followed by an afternoon volcano hike. Evening soak in the hot springs

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


DAY 6 - Sunday
Transportation: Arenal to Jaco

Lodging: Mango Mar

Activity: Alligator viewing and sunset at the beach

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

DAYS 7 – Monday

Transportation: Jaco

Lodging: Mango Mar

Activity: Horseback riding or 4wheeling and afternoon of surfing, boogie boarding, and beach time.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

DAYS 8 - Tuesday
Transportation: Jaco to San Jose

Lodging: Hotel Mi Tierra in Alajuela

Activity: Local tour and dancing

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

DAY 9 - Wednesday
Transportation: Hotel to Airport

Meals: Breakfast

 

**Lodging, activities, and tours are based upon group, weather, and availability and are subject to change.


 

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is required. We recommend the insurance company below. If you use someone else please make sure it meets the guidelines of the Travel Insurance Plus package below.
https://www.travelinsuranceservices.com/select2007/select07_step1.asp?32512
Extremely Important – Buy the Elite Plan. It is the only one that offers insurance for adventure sports.

 

Recommended Packing List:

Clothing
Remember that everything you bring to Costa Rica is liable to get damp at some point. Books do not do well in tropical climates, so bring only what you really need. Clothes are also vulnerable and for backcountry travel in particular 100% cotton clothes can rot surprisingly quickly. Cotton clothes also don't dry out after washing, sometimes for days, and then start to mold. Blends of cotton and synthetics such as nylon work well, and clothes made of one of the new all nylon fabrics work even better though, they are a little less comfortable, having in “artificial feel” to them. Also, though you may not anticipate wearing long sleeved shirts or long pants because of the heat, you may need them to protect from biting insects or exposure to the sun.

Underwear/pajamas (great to have when rooming with other people)
Quick-dry shorts
Long Pants (light enough to wear even when it is hot and you want to avoid chiggers and mosquitoes)
Button-down, short-sleeved or T- shirts (loose and breathable)
Long-sleeved shirt (loose and breathable)
A fleece jacket or pullover
A light rain Jacket or pullover; a travel umbrella is also very nice to have
Hat (Great for shade)

Shoes and Sandals
Socks (Stay away from cotton. Once they get wet, they are very difficult to get dry)

Accessories
Waterproof sunscreen

Insect repellent

Toiletries and medication

Small towel

Flash light or head lamp

Water bottle - we have not had an issue drinking tap water from the faucets in San Jose, but for smaller towns we recommend purchasing bottled water

Passport and copies of your passport (You do not need to carry your passport on you all the time, as long as you have a copy with you)

Drivers License

Money/Credit cards - dollars are accepted throughout most of Costa Rica. You can use your debit card at local ATMs to withdraw local currency (colones)

Plane tickets

Small, comfy travel pillow 

 
 

Costa Rica

Renaissance Adventure Guides is an equal opportunity service provider.

Renaissance Adventure Guides operates under special use permits from the White River National Forest.

All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

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