Mexico & Central America Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Mexico & Central America activity »
  1. 1 A week in San Jose Costa Rica
  2. 2 Horrible experiencia con Sol Melia
  3. 3 Help with Costa Rica Itinerary- 9 days
  4. 4 7 day itinerary for Costa Rica
  5. 5 mexico city and puebla?
  6. 6 Recent Headlines- Cancun
  7. 7 Costa Maya & Mahahual
  8. 8 Thanksgiving/Riviera Maya area/All Inclusive
  9. 9 Family Christmas Vacation in Mexico
  10. 10 San Jose del Cabo-La Playita Beach
  11. 11 10 Day Costa Rica
  12. 12 Family Resort Cancun/Playa
  13. 13 Trip Report Trip to Merida - Very Long and Lots of Info on Restaurants
  14. 14 Cancun to Guatemala
  15. 15 Trip Report Trip Report - Yucatan
  16. 16 Top Mayan Ruins to visit
  17. 17 San Miguel trivia
  18. 18 Trip Report Garza Blanca Preserve -Puerto Vallarta
  19. 19 Mid September Honeymoon Suggestions Inclusive
  20. 20 Can a U.S permanent resident driving feom Cancun to Belize City, Belize?
  21. 21 Need wedding white wine in Costa Rica
  22. 22 Best time of year for Mexico City/Puebla?
  23. 23 Playa Del Carmen restaurant
  24. 24 puerto vallarta
  25. 25 California Baja
View next 25 » Back to the top

Need help Planning Costa Rica Trip

Jump to last reply

I have never been to Costa Rica before but am planning a trip for myself and 2 kids (11 and 16 at that time). Trying to figure out the best place to go but too much to choose from. Was thinking for first time might be best to limit myself to Tamarindo as it seems to have everything there or within a day trip. However, I really want to go to Manuel Antonio as it sounds more along my style. Planning on minimum of 10 days in early March 2014. Want good food, beach, maybe try surfing or snorkeling and wildlife/jungle. Not into shopping or being in a big crowd of tourists. (I know bad timing in March) Would love to see turtles and volcano mixed in there if possible. Hotels just need to be clean and safe not luxurious.

Would appreciate any help or suggestions..

6 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement