Costa Rica All Inclusive Vacations

Costa Rica might not be the first country that comes to mind when it comes to all inclusive vacations, but you'll do well to explore the options when planning your next stress-free getaway. Costa Rica all inclusive vacations have something for everyone, and more and more travelers are becoming aware of the possibilities. Whether you're planning a Costa Rica wedding, a family getaway, or a solo trip, there is an ideal all inclusive Costa Rica vacation package for you.

Numerous resorts dot the countryside, and many rest on idyllic beaches. The coast isn't the only place that you will find all inclusive Costa Rica resorts, however, and if you have eco-adventure in mind, heading into the country's interior is always an option. All inclusive trips to Costa Rica can see you spending time on a beach one day, and hiking through a rainforest the next. Book a special package, and you can also look to include interesting tours that highlight some of the best experiences that Costa Rica has to offer. Many times, these comprehensive packages will include time on the beach and in the rain forest, so you get the best of both worlds.

As you might imagine, staying at an all inclusive resort is the way to go when it comes to Costa Rica all inclusive vacations. When you follow this path on all inclusive trips to Costa Rica, all of your meals, most or all of your drinks and snacks, and a range of activities are included in the one-time fee. This means that you can easily stay on top of your budget. Instead of reaching for your wallet over and over again during your stay, you'll take care of everything once you pay your initial fee. Certain tours and excursions sometimes come at an additional cost, and it's a good idea to budget for a little extra spending on the side when planning all inclusive Costa Rica vacations.

For those who want to enjoy plenty of beach time on their all inclusive Costa Rica vacation, resorts such as the Grand Occidental Papagayo (pictured) and the Doubletree Puntarenas are just two resorts worth considering. You'll find the Grand Occidental Papagayo in the Guanacaste region, which is one of the top destinations for Costa Rica all inclusive vacations. As for the Doubletree Puntarenas, it can be found in the Puntarenas area, which is not too far off from the capital city of San Jose. At beach resorts such as these, enjoying an array of water sports is usually part of the plan. Snorkeling and kayaking figure among the water sports that guests can typically enjoy at the coastal resorts.

Should you want to stay in the jungle during your all inclusive Costa Rica vacation, lodges like the AmaTierra Retreat & Wellness Center and the Almonds and Corals Lodge are two of the possibilities that you'll do well to consider. The former is found in the Central Valley mountains, just an hour north of some great beaches and an hour west of San Jose. It's all about rejuvenation at the AmaTierra Retreat & Wellness Center, which is a good place to stop on your way to the Arenal Volcano or Manuel Antonio Park. As for the Almonds and Corals Lodge, you'll find it in the center of the Limon province's Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge. The relatively luxurious jungle rooms at the Almonds and Corals Lodge sit above the forest floor on platforms, and the thick trees constantly remind guests that they are in the jungle. The Caribbean Sea looms close by, so guests can walk to a soft sand beach dotted with palms when they want to escape from the jungle for a little while. The same goes for the El Remanso Rainforest Beach Lodge, which is an eco-resort that can be found on the Osa Peninsula.

Since there is bound to be an ideal resort for you when it comes to all inclusive trips to Costa Rica, weighing as many options as possible is a good idea. For those who like to surf, a stay at the Green Iguana Surf Camp in Puntarenas is recommended, while those who have hiking and horseback riding in mind will do well to stay at the Finca Maquengue Falls Resort, an upscale mountain resort in Limon. If a stay at the base of the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano sounds interesting to you, then the Hotel Hacienda Guachipelin deserves a look when planning all inclusive trips to Costa Rica. Start looking for your ideal all inclusive Costa Rica resort today, and see why this Central American country is one of the world's hottest vacation destinations. All inclusive vacations to Costa Rica offer a spectacular experience, and don't be surprised if a few of your friends start arranging their own after they hear about yours.

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