Beach 2 Beach and Border 2 Border, our newest collection of  three day add-ons designed to give you exceptional experiences at a fraction of the time and cost normally associated with visiting multiple destinations.  

Sample both of Costa Rica's amazing oceans; start with the Pacific's world famous beaches or mountain areas and slide into the sunset on the Caribbean reggae-vibe. No ordinary trip,  no ordinary slide; it's long on adventure and short on transit because we allow mother nature to swiftly take you from San Jose area to the Caribbean beaches by whitewater raft, sliding through the rapids of the Rio Pacuare from the central valley to the coastal plains and onward to your beach hotel in Puerto Viejo. More time? If you've got the time, so do we and that means more water adventures await in Tortuguero National Park or onward to...

Border 2 Border is a sneak peek into neighboring Nicaragua or Bocas del Toro, Panamá. We've taken care of the transport and border formalities so you don't need to. No spanish, no problem. Our guides are bilingual for your safety and comfort and remain with you throughout the border transit from pickup to arrival at your new destination where you are then free to explore.

Stay with us as we boat-taxi the final nautical leg to Bocas del Toro and your own idyllic white sand, palm fringed island set in sparkling turquoise crystal-clear water, coral reefs, tropical fish and your casita perched over the water. Bocas, much like Tahiti and Fiji, but close enough for a quick 3-day stay, never to be forgotten. Bocas del Toro, has only 9 inhabited islands and over 300 islets waiting for your footsteps.  To visit Bocas is to travel back in time; were boats and hand-made dugout canoes or "cayuka" are the daily mode of transportation, rain or shine. Fly or shuttle back to Panama City or San Jose to complete the circuit.

 

Many seasons of CBS Survivor were filmed in our area.

Survivor: Nicaragua™ 2010’s Episode boarding down an active volcano? We've been there done that? How about you?

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains

Survivor: Redemption Island

All filmed in Nicaragua just a few miles north of the Costa Rica border.

Survivor: Pearl Islands

Survivor: Panama Exile Island

Both filmed on the coastal islands just west the Panama mainland. If the Pearl Islands are on your bucket list, we’ll take you there and back in 4 days!

We’ve created these cross-border adventures for those who want their own Survivor experience without the social games and foraging.