Deal 461: 9 Nights in Costa Rica
w/ Flights & ALL-INCLUSIVE Hotel
04/07/2020 to 04/16/2020
Original Price For Two - $3,293
Published 2 weeks ago (Original pricing lasts an average of 3-5 days)
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Liberia Costa Rica (LIR)
Guanacaste, a province in northwestern Costa Rica, is a tropical paradise bursting with outdoor activities. It has more than 400 miles of coastline on the Pacific Ocean, creating many opportunities for water sports like surfing, snorkeling, fishing or simply relaxing on a beach. Guanacaste has many black volcanic sand beaches, which contrast beautifully with the bright blue water.
Liberia, the capital city of Guanacaste, is home to the recently opened Daniel Oduber International Airport and is an ideal stopover for travelers, as it's close to many activities and attractions. The population is only 40,000 but the city has a great atmosphere and an assortment of great food, bars and entertainment.
Just over an hour drive from Liberia is the city of Nicoya, located on the Nicoya Peninsula and considered the center of arts and crafts for the Guanacaste Province. It was Costa Rica's first colonial city and is home to the oldest church in Costa Rica. People from all surrounding areas come to Nicoya to shop and take care of legal or banking needs, making the city an important, yet still pleasant, part of Guanacaste.
Travelers to Guanacaste are sometimes confused about which province the Nicoya Peninsula is in. Technically, Guanacaste includes the entire Nicoya Peninsula, but because traveling between the northern and southern areas of the peninsula is sometimes difficult, the administration of the three southern counties has been assigned to the Puntarenas Province. So sometimes the Nicoya Peninsula is considered in Guanacaste and sometimes in Puntarenas.
Guanacaste's most developed and accessible tourist town is Tamarindo. It's located on the west coast of the Nicoya Peninsula and is very accommodating to travelers of all types. The modern developments of Tamarindo, such as paved roads and modern restaurants, have not changed the laidback atmosphere or authenticity of the city, making it extra appealing to travelers.
Guanacaste is also home to some sprawling national parks. Rincon de la Vieja National Park, a 34,800-acre park in the middle of the province, has intriguing features such as boiling mud pots, active volcanoes, nine craters, cloud forests and many hiking trails. Santa Rosa National Park, in the northwestern corner of Guanacaste, encompasses ten unique habitats, ranging from dry tropical forest to moist mangrove swamp and is a popular park for camping.
- U.S. travelers:
Valid passport needed for entry
- Official language:
Spanish (English is widely spoken)
- Official currency:
Costa Rican colón (American dollars are widely accepted)
Average high temperatures of 80-90° F and average low temperatures of 65-75° F
The Occidental Tamarindo, the only All Inclusive hotel in the area (belonging to the Barceló Hotel Group), is located in the northwest of Costa Rica, just over a mile away from Tamarindo city center. The hotel can be found on a stunning beach and is surrounded by exceptional natural beauty. The biodiversity of this magnificent country at your fingertips.
It features 198 rooms that were renovated in 2010 and fully equipped with everything you need to enjoy your stay, whether for business, pleasure, or with your family. In addition, you will enjoy stunning views of the beach and the beautiful sunsets.
Recently renovated, the hotel offers a wide range of services, exquisite food and a wide variety of entertainment options. It is ideal for surfing and nature lovers, besides being the perfect place for family vacations or for those who want to spend their honeymoon in paradise.
With the Barceló All Inclusive program, it is possible to do all sorts of activities, with family or friends, and enjoy the hotel's restaurants without having to worry about anything.
It has a fabulous spa that offers endless therapeutic and beauty treatments. It is the perfect plan if you wish to completely unwind and enjoy an unforgettable vacation.
The Occidental Tamarindo is the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure, luxury and comfort, jungle and sea. A magical place worth discovering.
In Costa Rica, all inclusive can mean many things. The Occidental Tamarindo hotel has redefined the concept, by offering its all inclusive guests unlimited access to the main La Langosta restaurant, with its generous buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
All-inclusive clients can also enjoy live music, ocean views, a variety of delicious cocktails at La Tortuga Lobby Bar and access all kinds of activities, such as aerobics, dance classes, beach volleyball, beach soccer, tennis, darts, and archery.
The all inclusive stay includes many amenities designed to provide maximum ease and relaxation for guests, such as a safe, free beach and pool towels, hot tub, lounge area, and complimentary appetizers in the Las Baulas snack bar at the pool.
Plus, if any guests on the All-Inclusive plan decide to explore outside of the resort, they have concierge services included so they can receive all the information and plan their own tours around Tamarindo.
What does the all inclusive program at the Occidental Tamarindo include?
· Breakfast, lunch and dinner in the buffet restaurant
· Snack bar and fast-food
· Snack bar in the swimming pool area
· Lobby bar
· Gym, aerobics, and dance classes
· Entertainment program for children and adults
· Live evening shows
· Sand courts for volleyball and soccer
· Dance floor
· Giant chess, archery, and darts
· Tennis court
· Crib available
· Children's park
· Access to the amphitheater
· Ping pong table
· Free use of the lounge areas and pool
· Beach and pool towels
· Safety deposit box
· Taxes and tips