Known as Glamping, Glamorous Camping is global trend that has arrived to Costa Rica. Glamping is a lodging option that combines the thrill of the outdoors but without sacrificing the comfort of a traditional resort. José Carlos Brenes, our International Sales Supervisor recently visited Isla Chiquita, a beautiful new hotel located in the Gulf of Nicoya with a unique style and the simplicity of down-to-earth happiness. Published on September 4th, 2017
At Costa Rica Sun Tours, we recognize the importance of getting staff out of the office and on tour for the experience and a whole lot of fun - a benefit for all! Following is a quote from Carmen Bruni, our Marketing Director, who had the immense pleasure of joining a whale watching tour! Whale watching season in Costa Rica starts again!
One of our most exclusive experiences! Travelers enjoy an authentic opportunity to visit a local’s home, see how they live and learn about them, and relish a homecooked Costa Rican meal!
Travelers these days find it easy to book a trip to Costa Rica online. There is lots of information out there, they have friends whom have traveled to the country and are now ‘expert’s and they question why they should pay more to book with a tour company. When planning and booking a trip we often do not think that something might go wrong. But if it does what then?? Vacation time is precious! If your clients are traveling with kids, on their honeymoon, or wedding anniversary, I would think that safety and reliability, and having someone at the destination that can provide assistance if needed should be worth paying a bit more for… What happened to the Clarks is a true story that just occurred. We hope it helps you illustrate to your client why booking through a tour operator is worth it!
One amazing nature spectacle can be seen on a guided night-time turtle nesting tour in Tortuguero. Privileged travelers observing either end of the process – the laying of eggs or the hatching of baby turtles – are sure to have an unforgettable experience.
Located on the Osa Peninsula, in the south Pacific of Costa Rica the Corcovado National Park is one of the most amazing places Costa Rica has to offer, 429 square kilometers of protected forest, part of the Osa Conservation Area; National Geographic has called it "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity". Not only is the park very popular with tropical ecologists, a visitor can expect to see an abundance of wildlife. it is not easy to get to Corcovado,that's one of the reasons why it remains "of the beaten path".
We have noted that some visitors have trouble understanding how the airport works and where our representatives are going to be waiting for them, so we want you to have this information as clear as posible to guarantee the satisfaction of your clients.