TRAVEL: 16 days in luxury hotels and jungle lodges

ENJOY the best of both worlds on Toursgallery's Costa Rica small group tour in 2017.  

This 16 day Caribbean adventure starts and finishes with luxury accommodation at the Intercontinental Real Hotel in San Jose.   

Designed for mature age travellers, this escorted tour introduces guests to the exotic birdlife, flora and fauna of Central America.   

Along the Pacific and Caribbean coasts the hotels offer a 'lay back and relax' feeling and sensational flavours of local cuisine.   

Jungle lodges in the cloud forest of Monteverde and national parks allow visitors to step directly from their bedroom into wild natural surroundings.   

" This really is a Soft Adventure " says Ken Osetroff director of Toursgallery.   

A 5 star city hotel, resort style beachfront hotels and romantic isolated lodges surrounded by jungle create a holiday for nature enthusiasts who like a little luxury.   

Relax in Tabacon Hot Springs near Arenal Volcano and visit a coffee plantation.   

Watch macaw and heron fly by and listen to the calls of howler monkey echoing through the forest.   

Toursgallery's escorted Costa Rica Nature Tour will take a small group of 12 guests and commences on 30 May. 

 Get a birds eye view from the hanging bridges suspended above the forest canopy and enjoy a breakfast room view of Arenal Volcano.   

"Guests on our previous tours have seen a lot of exotic wildlife including toucan, coati, sloths, agouti and hummingbirds." according to Ken Osetroff.   

This escorted small group tour is priced at $9,650 twin share, including all meals, entry fees and private executive charter coach transportation. 


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