Traveling in Costa Rica

Pura Vida

I’ve been to Costa Rica three times (and I would go back)!

There are still places yet to explore in CR. We visited in 2009 for our honeymoon which was a great sampling of the country. In 2017 we visited with the goal of seeing my favorite animal: the anteater. In 2019 after my husband bid on a trip to Costa Rica (ended up being somewhat of a scam) we visited more of the country. Each trip had something different to experience – whether it be unique animals such as the tapir and anteater or experiencing local culture and customs. I would highly recommend a vacation in Costa Rica. In order to see the most of the country I would say 7 days minimum although I feel like 10-14 days is a better timeframe. Below are the places we have been.

For our trips to Costa Rica in 2009 and 2017, we used a travel planner. Everything was organized from pick up from the airport, hotel/resort stays, excursions, flights, and transportation from each destination. It was a totally stress free experience. Below is her contact information (she does best via email).

Victoria Harvey
Classic Travel Unlimited, Inc.
PO Box 324
Capon Springs, WV 26823
410.420.0613 or 800.847.3416

  • Road Trips are Back!

    August 12, 2021 by

    I have been wishfully thinking that international travel would be back and running in 2021. I was wrong. Since the pandemic we have been on two road trips (both to the deep south). Our last trip in February 2021 included Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Alabama. We chose the South because of less restrictions and the… Read more

  • Getting Outside

    June 15, 2021 by

    Every year I get together with friends and do a canoe trip down the Patuxent River in Maryland. It’s always a lot of fun and while we encounter downed trees along the way that require some maneuvering, it’s these obstacles that create the memories. Every year we wonder if that huge tree will still be… Read more

View all posts

Follow My Blog

Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.

%d bloggers like this: