We are hoping to stay 3 nights here with our two children (ages 6 & 8). Can anyone recommend an itinerary that would then give us 2-3 nights somewhere else in Costa Rica? In other words: where else would go right before or after here? Does it make sense to try to get to the beach? Planning for February.
We went in March (kiddos were 10 & 14). The hanging bridges were really cool. We stayed at a resort by the volcano for a few days and then added on a couple nights at the Tree Houses on the way back to the airport. Spring was really nice weather, fall would be rainy. It's the kind of trip to plan ahead and look for airfare sales or maybe a bundle deal on travel sites. Would highly recommend to anyone who loves nature.
We stayed at Los Lagos by Arenal Volcano/La Fortuna for three nights before the Treehouses - about 25 minutes away. Our whole family loved it. The waterslides and pools were awesome. Accommodations were mediocre, but the slides and pool made up for it for our family. We also visited Manuel Antonio and stayed at Costa Verde for three nights. We went there after two nights in Monte Verde so not sure how accessible that is from Treehouses, but we loved it.
We would probably rent a car. We're interested in either beach or wildlife. Something to engage young kids without being too strenuous.
However, we just looked up flights in February and they are so expensive. We may need to save this trip for another time.
Hi...I will try to suggest something but how are your travelling? Rented Car? How long are you willing to drive? What are your interests? Wildiife? Activities? Beaches? Scenery?
I would certainly recommend Proyecto Asis's volunteer tour, which is about 5 mins drive from Tree House...also white water rafting with Desafio (Class II & III)...but in terms of a completely different location I'd need a bit more info from you.
Really depends where you are coming from or going to for flights. You can get to Manuel Antonio in a 1 day drive, but it will take most of the day. I do not recommend Jaco for kids that age if you want to see the beach. I'm not familiar with the beaches further north along that coast. It would be worth researching Punta Morales or Punta Arenas. They'd be closer than Manuel Antonio and easier to get to.
Other option is to head around to Monteverde (cloudforest) but your kids are likely too young to really enjoy a lot of that, and beach would be more fun.
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