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Costa Rica travel industry launches travel deals for the fall

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SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA – Costa Rica, the jewel of Central America and global leader of sustainable tourism, has put together a broad variety of vacation packages and discounts to help travelers beat the upcoming winter blues. Travel deals are available beginning Labor Day weekend with most packages running through the end of November.

Whether someone is looking to be adventurous, relax with the family, explore nature, take in a second honeymoon with someone special, or all of the above, Costa Rica has a special offer in hand. There are over 25 special travel promotions running throughout the country, which range from additional free nights to awesome 10-day tours around the country that are a steal. These travel promotions will only be valid for a limited time, so travelers shouldn’t miss out on the chance to book today.

Vacation packages and promotions will be running across the country and in all of your favorite Costa Rica destinations, including:


This province is most well-known for its volcano tourism and hot springs, particularly the Arenal Volcano, the third most active in the world. Travel deals to this region include: stay two nights and get one free, free volcano tours, and up to 50 percent off your lodging. Many of them also include free breakfast with your stay.


This region speaks to coffee lovers and adventure travelers alike. Visitors can take advantage of these travel promotions and get a free tour of an organic coffee farm in Heredia or visit the nearby Pacuare River in Cartago for some white-water rafting.


Traditionally one of the more popular destinations in Costa Rica, Guanacaste is famous for its amazing beaches and its tropical dry climate. Travel discounts and deals to this region include great room and tour rates that range from 15-35 percent off. You can get a great deal on spa services as well.


Whether you want surf or to just observe some of nature’s greatest offerings, Puntarenas has something for you. Travel offers extend from the Mid to South Pacific and start at just US$49 a night, per person. For that extra special travel experience, throw in a whale-watching tour.


Tour operators are offering some great cross-country tour packages for those that don’t want to miss out on a single thing that Costa Rica has to offer. Travel deals start as low as US$610 for a four-day, three-night package for two people. For those who prefer to explore on their own, car rental/lodging packages are also available. Travelers should make sure to visit some of San Jose’s many cultural offering while they are there.

To view a complete listing of these hotels and operators, please click here.

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