Luxury Costa Rica Vacations
If you love to explore, you’ll definitely want to discover the amazing adventures and rich diversity that Costa Rica offers.
Specializing in luxury resort and adventure vacations for your Costa Rica Honeymoon, Costa Rica Destination Wedding or Costa Rica family vacation, Margi can arrange magnificent accommodations and activities for you, such as visiting the Arenal Volcano, Manuel Antonio National Park , Osa Peninsula or Guanacaste . View magnificent waterfalls, dense tropical rainforests and cloud forests.
For a relaxing and romantic Costa Rica vacation, soak in the Tabacon Hot Springs, or simply relax by the pool or on the beach. Enjoy the serenity of a private bungalow on the beach or all the amenities of spa, restaurant, and pools from your 5-star resort.
Whether you seek adventure, romance—or both—call Margi today at 303-694-8786. As your personal luxury travel consultant, she’ll spoil you with expertise and personalized service.
Why spend your luxury vacation in thrilling Costa Rica? Let’s consider the motives!
- 5-star resorts
- Luxury eco-lodges
- Boutique hotels
- Lush rainforests
- Tour outfitters
- Wildlife viewing
- Exotic bird watching
- Coffee, banana, fruit plantations
- Mountain biking
- Exhilarating surfing
- Running trails
- Endangered sea turtles
- White-water rafting, safari floats, kayaking, canoeing
- Northern Lowlands’ Arenal Volcano
- Central Highlands’ cool, misty cloud forest
- Manuel Antonio National Park’s world-class views and beaches
- Canopy tours or zip-lining
- Edible tours (coffee, bananas, pineapple and more)
- Hot springs
- Horseback riding
- Snorkeling & diving
- Diverse climates and landscape
- Osa Peninsula and more!
Important information for your luxury Costa Rica vacation:
A passport that is valid for at least 90 days beyond your date of arrival is required to enter Costa Rica. No Visas are required for U.S. or Canadian citizens. When you leave Costa Rica, there is a departure tax of $29.00 U.S. per person. Visit the Costa Rica Bureau of Consular Affairs for more information.
The unit of currency in Costa Rica is the colón. U.S. dollars are widely accepted by most merchants within Costa Rica, and change will be given in colones. Major credit and debit cards will work at ATMs in Costa Rica, although it is not recommended to rely on this as your sole source of cash. These cards are also accepted at most hotels. You may exchange cash or travelers’ checks at major banks in Costa Rica, however, because the process of exchanging travelers’ checks is time-consuming, this are not recommended.
For airport and hotel staff who help carry baggage, a tip of a few dollars is appropriate. Private drivers and guides also normally receive tips, and an amount of ten dollars per person, per day is appropriate. Some particularly outstanding guides receive more.
All of Costa Rica is on Central Standard Time, except for during daylight savings time in the U.S. (early April to late October), in which Costa Rica is on Mountain Standard Time.
The electrical current used in Costa Rica is 110 volts AC—the same as in the U.S.
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Start Planning Your Perfect Trip with Margi, your luxury travel advisor.