Pleasant Holiday’s New Costa Rica Offerings Include Two Guided Vacation Options

Pleasant Holidays unveiled on Monday its 2012/2013 Costa Rica sales brochure offering 33 resorts in seven destinations: Arenal, Manuel Antonio, Guanacaste, Monteverde, Puntarenas, San José and Tortuguero.

The brochure also features commissionable activities and two guided vacation itineraries ideal for individuals, families and groups. Both guided vacation itineraries offer guaranteed departures every other Saturday throughout 2012 and 2013 with no minimum number of travelers required to operate the tours.

The “Marvels of Costa Rica” is a nine-day/eight-night guided tour with one night in San José, two nights in Arenal, two nights in Monteverde and three nights in Guanacaste. Features include the Cano Negro Wildlife Refuge tour, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve tour, the Vida Aventura Nature Park tour, 18 meals, private ground transportation, park entrance fees, and a local licensed and certified professional tour guide and driver. Travelers have a choice of superior or deluxe hotel accommodations with land-only packages starting at $1,227 per person, double occupancy.

The “Jewels of Costa Rica” is and 11-day/10-night tour that includes two nights in San José, two nights in Tortuguero, two nights in Arenal, two nights in Monteverde and two nights in Manuel Antonio. Features include a boat tour through Tortuguero National Park, the Arenal Volcano and Hotel Springs tour, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve tour, the beautiful beaches of Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park Tour, 18 meals, private ground transportation, park entrance fees, and a local licensed and certified tour guide and driver. Accommodations are available in either superior or deluxe hotels with land-only packages starting from $1,393 per person, double occupancy.

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