Pleasant Holidays 2023 Costa Rica trips on sale

Tuesday, 27 Sep, 2022 0

Pleasant Holidays and luxury sister brand, Journese announced its exclusive Costa Rica Guided Vacations for 2023 travel are now open for booking for FITs & Groups.

With accommodations, activities and most meals included, along with an English-speaking guide and driver, these three popular itineraries offer an immersive experience in the culture, gastronomy and nature of Costa Rica.

Pleasant Holidays’ and Journese’ Costa Rica Guided Vacations are offered in three itinerary options:

Cultural Experiences of Costa Rica (9 Days/8 Nights) visiting San Jose, Arenal, Monteverde and Guanacaste and including a choice of touring an organic dairy farm or joining a reforesting effort

Marvels Of Costa Rica (9 Days/8 Nights) visiting San Jose, Arenal, Monteverde and Guanacaste, including a tour of Costa Rica’s most important wildlife refuge

Wonders Of Costa Rica (7 Days/6 Nights) visiting Liberia, Arenal and Guanacaste, with a visit to the hot springs of Tabacon

Each itinerary features a choice of Superior or Deluxe accommodations, multiple activities and most meals, with guaranteed departures every other Saturday.

Pleasant Holidays and Journese offer more than 50 hotels and all-inclusive resorts in Costa Rica for an extended stay in-country, along with flights, ground transportation and travel protection coverage.

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