Central America Grand Tour    *alt*

1 days, from £4350
Last Frontiers
Speak to an expert

Need more advice before deciding which tour might suit you best and with whom to travel? 
Our Phonethrough feature allows you to talk directly to an expert holiday advisor from each of the leading specialist operators who organise tours to the destinations featured. 

  • Benefit from their in-depth knowledge and free advice, with no strings attached to give you the re-assurance that you are booking the right holiday for you.
  • Call the Freephone numbers or the 03 Phonethrough number. Calls to 03 numbers cost the same as to other standard fixed line numbers (starting 01 or 02) and calls made will come out of any inclusive minutes you have with your Service Provider. Ofcom rules dictate that 03 calls do not generate any money for the call recipient
  • Prefer to send an email in the first instance? Click on the email icon and submit your general enquiry or for a specific tour with a request to respond by email or to phone you back.
  • This will help you decide if they have the tour that best matches your requirements.

Our aim Is To introduce And match holiday planning consumers With specialist escorted tour holiday operators & organisers. Please note that any booking you make Is made directly With the tour Operator, travel organiser Or provider As Somewhere Special.travel does Not act In any agent Or booking capacity.

Call 01296 653 000
or Email

Description

highlights of Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama An 18 day trip taking in the diverse ecosystems of Panama and Costa Rica, Nicaragua's relaxing Pacific coast, and ending in the beautiful colonial city of Granada.
Standard - ?4,350

Itinerary

Panama: Panama City and the Chiriqui highlands Days 1-4
Spend two nights in Panama's capital, from where you can visit the Panama canal and its amazing system of locks as well as the abundant wildlife in the surrounding forest. Fly west to David and the village of Boquete where you spend two nights in a coffee finca and can explore the birdwatching trails of these verdant highlands.

Costa Rica: Tropical rainforest and marine life Days 5-7
Cross the border into the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica and spend 3 nights in and around the Corcovado National Park. A variety of excursions are possible, such as snorkelling and wildlife hikes in the rainforest.

Pacific beaches and pristine cloudforest Days 8-11
A 3? hour road transfer brings you to Manuel Antonio, where you will spend two nights and visit this unspoilt national park, home to sloths and monkeys, with two beautiful beaches. Explore the trails around the park or simply relax on a quiet shady beach before being driven north to San Gerardo de Dota, a remote cloud forest area. This a great area for self-guided nature trails and birdwatching tours: if you are lucky you may even catch a glimpse of the elusive quetzal!

Poas volcano Days 12-13
A 4 hour road transfer brings you to San Jose, Costa Rica's capital. Spend two nights on the outskirts of the city, within easy reach of the so-called central valley, famous for its many coffee plantations, and Poas volcano with its beautiful blue crater lake.

Nicaragua: southern shores and colonial towns Day 14-18
Fly to Liberia - in western Costa Rica - from where you are driven across the border into Nicaragua. Relax for three nights at a lodge on the coast, where turtles come to lay their eggs in season and possible activities include kayaking, riding, or forst walks. Spend your final two nights in the beautiful colonial town of Granada, before your onward flight.