Mexico & Central America Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Mexico & Central America activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report Our first trip to Mexico-It won't be our last!
  2. 2 Please help with a one moth itinerary
  3. 3 Buying a property in Sayulita
  4. 4 Trip Report Panama City visit; the good and the bad
  5. 5 Renting Car along Riviera Maya
  6. 6 Spanish speaking city to spend August 2017?
  7. 7 Trip Report Trip to Merida - Very Long and Lots of Info on Restaurants
  8. 8 Merida in March
  9. 9 Trip Report Trip to Costa Rica - Pura Vida
  10. 10 Mexico in March - questions
  11. 11 Trip Report Hopefulist's 2013 Guatemala Travelogue
  12. 12 Cabo, Playa, or PV?
  13. 13 Questions concerning our 6 day stay in Mexico City
  14. 14 Private Fishing/Snorkeling boat in Playa del Carmen
  15. 15 Xcaret worth it or not?
  16. 16 Nicaragua - dividing time between Leon and Granada
  17. 17 Trip Report Adventures in Portobelo, Panama
  18. 18 Costa Rica With Kids-Recommendations Requested
  19. 19 travel in Yucatan
  20. 20 Driving through Mexico to Belize
  21. 21 Police Harassment in Cancun
  22. 22 Gay Places in San Pedro Belize
  23. 23 AI Child-Friendly Tulum Vicinity (30+ mi)
  24. 24 Which beach location (w/ small kids)?
  25. 25 Costa Rica in summer (end July/early August) with kids
View next 25 » Back to the top

Best One Day Tour From San Jose

Jump to last reply

Hi everyone, I am in San Jose for business but have managed to spend a few nights at Nosara and a night up up at Poas (at Altura Hotel). I have one day free (a Saturday) before I leave, and I really want to do a cool day tour. I was thinking about a trip to the beach, but I've lived near beaches all my life. I'm a birder (obviously, by my name), although kids and international moves have led me to put that on that backburner for a while. So I would love to see birds but I don't have my binoculars, a proper guide book etc. But I love nature in general. I'm thinking of maybe up to Monteverde or some other amazing nature place that is uniquely Costa Rican? I'm sorry for being so vague, but I have had little time to think of tourism, and so I would doubly appreciate any recommendations - both for areas to visit and specific companies/tours. I'm happy to pay up to $200 if needed as I won't be back to Costa Rica for a while (and when I do come back, I'm bringing the family!).

12 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement