A month ago I launched a GoFundMe campaign. I’m calling it Looking for Light in a Dark Tunnel. What follows is a brief summary of what it’s all about. Please check out the video as well… I started Package Costa Rica in 2004. I’ve been at it 13 years and have designed and managed literally […]
Costa Rica is our home and we love it! And by designing custom Costa Rica vacation packages, we get to share its volcanoes, mountains, beaches, incredible biodiversity and warm and friendly people with you.
That’s a great reason to come to work every day!
We Design It: After receiving your inquiry via Skype, toll-free call, or our Inquiry Form, we will proceed to design a Costa Rica vacation package itinerary that is tailored to your specific criteria.
We Manage It: Upon receiving feedback from you, we will modify your itinerary until it is just right for you. Then we manage the entire reservations process, as well as serve as a helpful resource before and after your arrival.
You Experience It: That’s your job. To have the Costa Rica vacation package experience you’ve been dreaming about!
Give us the privilege of designing and managing your ideal Costa Rica vacation package. You’ll be glad you did!
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Many of our customers at Package Costa Rica are interested in knowing what the culture here is like. As with all Latin American countries, Costa Rica is rich in culture and tradition. Of course, the concept of “culture” cuts across all aspects of life. Based on my observations after living here for some time, here are ten […]
This time we’re talking 10 cool things to do in Manuel Antonio. Anyone considering Costa Rica as a vacation destination has surely already heard about this place. It is home to the smallest, yet highly popular, Manuel Antonio National Park. Visiting the park is obviously a cool thing to do, but here are 10 others […]
I can be critical of developed country cultures (without naming names). Are you put off by that? After all, I am from the U.S. and I guess in many ways I’m the proverbial pot who called the kettle black. I admit that, being a gringo, I’m often guilty of pretentiousness myself. It’s my way of denying (to the world […]