This is a great tour that you can take from our capital City San Jose Costa Rica. This great Beach Day is the perfect option if you don´t have so much time in San Jose, Costa Rica
After a 90 minutes drive from San Jose, get to famous Jaco Beach. This is one of the most popular destinations for high-end residents in the Central Valley, looking on weekends, for Sun and Sea. Boasting spectacular beachfront views and a relaxing tropical atmosphere, Jaco Beach offers many options for all. Once at Jaco Beach enjoy a City Tour by the main avenue and visit some of the souvenir stores if you are looking for that special gift before to get into a small and cozy hotel, located right in front of the beach and with nice facilities including swimming pool, lobby bar, restaurant & beach club.
Our Beach Break at Jaco Beach includes 5 hours at the hotel, use of the swimming pool, towels, lunch and afternoon coffee.
Day Pass at the Beach Club
Jaco Beach City Tour
Private Guide just for you
What's Not Included
INFANT: Age: 0 - 4
CHILD: Age: 5 - 10
ADULT: Age: 11 - 99
Gear/equipment sanitised between use
Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
COVID-19 vaccination required for guides
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
The use of mask is not mandatory any more in Costa Rica. Customers can use them optional.
Spare mask can be provided by our staff upon request and alcohol in gel is provided in all our buses.
All our staff is fully vaccinated
What To Expect
Jaco Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches of Costa Rica. Located in the Central Pacific Coast. Only 90 minutes from San Jose
Admission Ticket Included
The Tárcoles River, also called the Grande de Tárcoles River or the Río Grande de Tarcoles, in Costa Rica originates on the southern slopes of the Cordillera Central volcanic range and flows in a south-westerly direction to the Gulf of Nicoya.
The Tarcoles River is a famous river in Costa Rica because as you drive over the Tarcoles Bridge, you can look down and see at least a dozen impressive crocodiles sunbathing below. The river is situated running toward the Pacific coast. It spans 111 kilometers before reaching the final destination.
The Tarcoles River is teaming with Crocodiles some reaching sizes of three to four meters long or (12 feet). These beasts are not to be messed with! But visiting the bridge is a great way to see them safely.
Admission Ticket Free
Carara National Park
Carara National Park is located within Turrubares and Garabito cantons from San Jose and Puntarenas Provinces. The main entrance is located 2 kilometers south of Rio Grande de Tarcoles Bridge River.
The Carara Carara National Park, which in indigenous Huetar language means "River of lizards", has the only transition forest in Central Pacific, resulting in diversity of flora and fauna, where converge typical species of dry and humid forests.
This National Park is a worldwide known birding destination as it has very diverse birdlife, where stands out the Scarlet Macaw (Lapa Roja - Ara macao - ), a species that is in danger of extinction, being the second largest species of Psittacidae of Costa Rica.
It is certainly one of the major sites in the country for birdwatching, so it will be included in the next guide made by the Costa Rican Tourism Institute in this segment of tourism at national level.
Admission Ticket Free
Jaco Beach Private Day on Pacific Side
Alberto gave us the best possible experience and personal attention all day. He made sure we had great beach time, lunch, shopping and a bunch of great pics of the area and wildlife. Ask for Alberto!!
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