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Accessible Tours in Costa Rica

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We offer tailor-made tours and bespoke accessible travel for disabled people. Costa Rica in 11 Days Tour is just an example of a wheelchair accessible tour from our Tours In Central America, Accessible Tours section. If this is not what you are looking for our experienced disabled holiday travel consultants are here to help. Please call us on 0800 622 6000 to discuss your requirements. Tailor made disabled holidays and accessible tours.

Board Basis: Half Board




Description
This accessible tour will enable you to appreciate Costa Rica first-hand, with the cities’ museums and architecture, culture, and coffee; and the rainforest and the wildlife, from the parrots to the crocodiles. And when you need to relax, you can appreciate the fantastic Costa Rican beaches and hot springs. This tour does not include airplane tickets

This Package Includes:
  • Breakfast at your hotel
  • Welcome kit - information, safety tips, maps, and vouchers
  • Accessible transport, trails, and activities

Itinerary
Day 1: Arrival in Costa Rica
    Right after migration, the staff will have a board with your name. Please identify yourself. They will let you know where your luggage will be and how to exit. Then when you exit the airport you will find another board with your name. Your guide and private vehicle will be waiting and will transfer you to the hotel. Upon arrival at the hotel, the guide will be delivering your Welcome Kit, which contains important information for you about the country, safety tips, maps and vouchers. Your guide will sit down and explain the itinerary and answer any questions you may have about the trip.

    Accommodation in San Jose in accessible room with the required infrastructure.
Day 2: ZooAve and Sarchí
    In the morning you will visit the ZOO AVE Rescue center. This center focus on conservation, animal welfare and environmental education. Within the park you will find beautiful botanical gardens and more than 125 species of animals, among them birds, mammals and reptiles that have been rescued and, due to health or behavioral reasons, cannot be fully rehabilitated for reintroduction into their natural habitat. The large enclosures are naturally designed to offer these animals quality of life and enrichment.

    Then, you will visit the town of Sarchi. Recognized artisan village in Costa Rica, Sarchi is well known for its typical traditional carts made and sold throughout the country. As a national symbol of Costa Rica, they are elegantly carved and hand-painted with vibrant and eye-catching colors. The art of painting these beautiful carts is a tradition in Costa Rica that has been passed down from generation to generation. You will visit one of the largest and oldest factories in the country, here you can learn about the history and how the carts are made. You will have lunch in Sarchí and then head back to San José.

    Accommodation in San Jose in accessible room with the required infrastructure.
Day 3: Natuwa y Monteverde
    The Wildlife Sanctuary Natuwa is an excellent place to have a look at the local wild fauna, as monkeys, jaguars and others. It is a place of refuge and protection where the animals are given the opportunity to live in a protected environment that is as close to their natural habitat as possible.

    Then, you will have lunch at a small local place, where you will have a taste of the costarican local cuisine. After lunch, you will head with your private guide to Monteverde where you be you will be delighted with the mountain views.

    Accommodation in Monteverde in accessible room with the required infrastructure.
Day 4: Monteverde Coffee Tour
    In the Natural Cloud Forest Reserve of Santa Elena you will do a guided tour around the accessible trail, where you may be able to see the famous quetzal. Then, you will have the opportunity to learn about Costarican coffee and folklore, having a tour at a coffee farm. Dinner is included at the hotel.

    Accommodation in Monteverde in accessible room with the required infrastructure.
Day 5: Monteverde Adventure
    Today you will visit an eco park to go to some adventure walks at the hanging bridges in the middle of the cloud forest. Its a different way of looking at the cloud forest from various elevations. The Cloud Forest is an endangered ecosystem and one that should be protected. That is why visiting this forest is important. Then, you will have lunch at a local place and the rest of the afternoon at leisure.

    Accommodation in Monteverde in accessible room with the required infrastructure.
Day 6: Las Pumas Rescue Center and Rincón de la Vieja
    Today you will visit Las Pumas Rescue Center, a place of rescue, rehabilitation and reinsertion of the wildlife. The animals that cannot be back at their natural life are placed at the Sanctuary for the rest of their lives, with the best care possible. Here, you will see different wild felines as jaguar, puma and ocelots, just as spider and white faced capuchin monkeys, among other animals. The NGO Fundación Hagnauer runs the Rescue Center and it keeps working with the visit of tourists, donations and sponsors.

    Then, you will have lunch at La Pacifica and drive with your private guide to Hacienda Guachipelin, a hotel in a historic ranch full of cowboy life in a dry tropical forest.

    Accommodation in Rincón de la Vieja in accessible room with the required infrastructure.
Day 7: Rincón de la Vieja
    Today you will have a guided tour in the accessible trail in Las Pailas Sector of the Rincón de la Vieja National Park, where you can see some volcanic activity as mud springs and fumaroles. The national park´s flora is the transition between the tropical and the dry forest. This area is well known for its conservation of the natural life in the different ecosystems full of rivers and waterfalls.

    Then you have the rest of the day free at leisure. Dinner is included at the hotel.

    Accommodation in Rincón de la Vieja in accessible room with the required infrastructure.
Day 8: Santa Rosa National Park and Tamarindo Beach
    Today you will have a guided walking tour in the accessible trail in the Santa Rosa National Park, in the middle of the dry forest. And you can also visit La Casona which is a historic building where took place the most famous battle in Costa Rica: Battle of Santa Rosa in 1856.

    Then you will go to have lunch at Liberia and head in your private transport to Tamarindo, where you will have some beach time.

    Accommodation in Tamarindo in accessible room with the required infrastructure.

Day 9: Beach Day at Tamarindo
    Today is a beach day! You will enjoy Tamarindo´s lifestyle with an amphibious chair at your disposal, so you can get into the sea or just move around the sand. Dinner is included at the hotel.

    Accommodation in Tamarindo in accessible room with the required infrastructure.

Day 10: Back to San José
    Private transfer from Tamarindo to San José. Lunch is included and you are free to have the stops you need on the way.

    Accommodation in San Jose in accessible room with the required infrastructure.

Day 11: Departure
    This would be your last day in Costa Rica, your guide will pick you up at the hotel at the agreed time and take you to the airport.

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Airport transfers are Included in your tour.



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