Sunny Spring Break 2014 in Costa Rica

Sunny Spring Break 2014 in Costa Rica

Winter 2014Tired of that heavy winter coat, snow boots and wet, dismal weather? We agree. As record-high levels of snow, ice and rain and record-low temperatures continue to grip North America and Europe, Costa Rica is looking better and better as a Spring Break 2014 destination.

It’s time for some sun, and Costa Rica has plenty of it. Costa Rica’s dry summer season continues to deliver endless tropical sunshine over most of the country – welcome news for beleaguered residents in the cold north.

Beach in Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa RicaIf a Costa Rica vacation sounds good for your near future, here’s a quick and easy 7-day Costa Rica vacation package that will leave you suntanned, steamed, relaxed and enjoying the adventures of the rainforest.

The Best of Costa Rica Package gives you two nights in the cultural center of the capital city of San Jose, two nights at the famous Arenal Volcano, and two nights on the renowned sun-kissed beaches of Manuel Antonio.

Highlights include:Canopy tour Manuel Antonio

  • Whitewater rafting on one of the top rivers in the world – the Pacuare
  • Natural volcanic hot springs at the award-winning Tabacon Grand Spa Thermal Resort at Arenal Volcano
  • Guided tour of the Manuel Antonio National Park
  • Exhilarating canopy zip-line tour

Top spring break destination Costa Rica is an easy flight from all major hub cities in the U.S. and Canada. The main international airport is the Juan Santamaria International Tabacon hot springs at Arenal VolcanoAirport (airport code: SJO) by San Jose; there is also the Daniel Oduber International Airport (airport code: LIR) by Liberia that services the north Pacific region of Guanacaste.

Get the best travel information on where to go, hotels in Costa Rica, tours and transportation in Costa Rica from 2Costa Rica Travel. They offer customized Costa Rica vacation packages, itinerary planning and in-country support service.

Article by Shannon Farley

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