Your all-inclusive stay on the province of San Jose, Costa Rica
, is guaranteed to be filled with wonder, excitement and amazement. This area in the Central Valley
is one of the most popular regions in Costa Rica, and one look at the lush landscape will help you understand why. San Jose province is a great place to make your base camp, as you can travel to all the local landmarks and places of interest in no more than three hours. You can take up residency at an all-inclusive resort, and enjoy stress-free accommodations upon return from your day or night trips.
A Package Deal
All-inclusives are great for the traveler that wants to wrap up the details of their trip into a package, and worry about their exploration and adventure, and not their meals. An all-inclusive package will include airport transportation, meals and drinks. You may also be able to include local adventure tours like hiking or zip-lining
. Some resorts will also include evening entertainment and daycare with their packages. You of course also get to take advantage of the resort staff and on-site facilities like pools, spas and/or wellness centers. If you're looking for your stay in one of the world's most beautiful places to be affordable and easy to plan, an all-inclusive is for you.
Places and Spaces
Many resorts in Costa Rica are in the eco hotel category
, and built to blend with the environment instead of built into it. Look for this style of all-inclusive accommodations in San Jose
province and you could be balancing luxury with a true rainforest living experience.
You can find all-inclusive resorts in San Jose's highlands and suburbs, outside of the capital city. Visit the peaceful area of San Gerardo de Dota
for a truly unique bird-watching experience. With over 200 species located locally, you're sure to spot something amazing. This area also offers visitors an eyeful with the rolling hills of the Cordillera de Talamanca mountain range in the background. This area also offers water activities, like rafting and lake or river fishing, as well as hiking, along the Savergre River. You can also check the Santiago de Puriscal
area and the more urban areas like Santa Ana
for all-inclusive resort options.
Map of San Jose
While staying on the San Jose province, you'll be close to many attractions, including several national parks. Check with your all-inclusive to see if they host excursions to any parks, like La Sabana Metropolitan Park in the San Jose city center
, or Marazon Park, Spanish Park or Central Park; or any other hot spots like Democracy Plaza and the Jade Museum