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From £1,100 per person, based on a family of 4 sharing.
Plus international flights, from £600 per adult.
Includes Cape Town, the Winelands, Oudtshoorn & the Karoo, Knysna & Plettenberg Bay, Addo Elephant Park and the Cape Peninsular.
Recommended for travel between September - April.
WHY TAKE YOUR TRIBE TO COSTA RICA?
Costa Rica is an action-packed adventure playground perfect for adventurers of all ages to explore. From volcanoes and cloud forests to coffee plantations and golden beaches there's something here for every member of your Tribe, big or small.
WHEN TO GO
Costa Rica is a year-round destination. The weather is most reliable during the dry season (end of November to April). September and October are generally the wettest months, but you will still see plenty of sunshine during the rest of the ‘wet season’ which runs from May to mid November. When the rains do come, its often in short, sharp showers during the late afternoon and soon clears.
JANUARY - APRIL
Great time to travel across the whole country. Generally sunny and dry throughout. There may be the odd rainfall around Tortuguero National Park. Costa Rica does get very busy over the Christmas and Easter holidays, so try to book as early as possible.
The start of the wet season. The exact time varies from year to year, but generally May starts out dry and sunny and gets wetter as the month progresses. Still a great time to visit.
A good time to visit. Despite being in the wet season, clear skies are frequent and the landscape looks lush and beautiful. There is a ‘mini dry season’ during the end of July and early August – perfectly aligned to school holidays! Expect sunshine and showers.
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER
The wettest months in Costa Rica. Travel is still possible, but can be disrupted due to heavy rains. The Caribbean coast offers the best weather.
The weather can be a bit of a mixed bag as Costa Rica transitions from wet season to dry season. Expect anything!
Expect plenty of sunshine across the country by the end of the month, as the last of the rains disappear. However, rain should be expected around Tortuguero National Park on the Caribbean coast. Costa Rica gets very busy over the Christmas holidays, so try to book as early as possible.