African heritage is alive and well in Costa Rica. Gain a deeper awareness of the country’s Afro-Caribbean diaspora on this culturally immersive tour based out of the coastal Afro-Latin town of Puerto Viejo. The area’s pristine beaches and lush rainforests form the perfect backdrop for R&R and exciting activities alike that highlight the area’s unique multiculturalism.
When you choose your accommodation in Costa Rica, we can suggest a variety of places to stay that range from luxury properties to family-run guesthouses and hotels in restored historic buildings. They all come recommended by our specialists from their own experience of staying there.
San Jose - Hotel Radisson San Jose
Situated about four kilometers from San José’s city center, Radisson San Jose-Costa Rica offers a great location for business trips, romantic getaways, and family vacations. You can wander through San José’s various markets, learn about regional history at the National Museum of Costa Rica.
Puerto Viejo - Olinca Boutique Hotel
This black woman owned hotel is located in Puerto Viejo, a 13-minute walk from Negra Beach, Olinca Boutique Hotel provides accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and a shared lounge. Providing a restaurant, the property is located within a 17-minute walk of Cocles Beach. The hotel also has free WiFi .
At the hotel, all rooms come with a balcony with a pool view. Complete with a private bathroom, all guest rooms at Olinca Boutique Hotel are equipped with air conditioning, and selected rooms will provide you with a terrace. All rooms at the accommodation come with a flat-screen TV with cable channels.
Arrival to Costa Rica, Juan Santamaria Airport.
Transfer from the Airport to hotel in San Jose.
San Jose By Night Wines and Gourmet Dinner
Get up close and personal with the nightlife in San Jose, starting with the Central Market, which, in our opinion, is the only way to learn about the city’s food. Stroll the market with your guide and get to know the secrets and uses of the roots, herbs, and fruit common in local cuisines, including ingredients that will play a role in your authentic dinner later.
After the market, you’ll make your way down Central Avenue, from there, your appreciation for San Jose’s historical architecture continues, with a walk through Morazan Park to enjoy the Metallic Building, the Spain Park for a fantastic view of the Yellow House. You’ll continue to charming Barrio Amon, one the oldest neighborhoods in San Jose.
You’ll be spending the rest of the evening at a favorite local restaurant that specializes in wine and gourmet food. This cozy establishment offers the best in Costa Rican cuisine, a unique space that offers art, culture and history as well as fine dining. Between your tasty three course meal, and wines that go down a treat, you’ll be ending the evening in fine fashion, feeling every bit the San Jose local.
Lunch on your own