The heart and soul of the country, San Jose province is also home to the capital of Costa Rica, San Jose City. A lush and gorgeous region located in the incredible Central Valley of Costa Rica, San Jose is a marvelous base camp from where you can explore the wonders that Costa Rica has to offer. A tiny province in terms of size, this area is actually the most populated with more than a million Costa Ricans or Ticos living here.
With everything of interest no more than three hours away, using San Jose as a starting point to your journey is the perfect idea. You can arrive at the Juan Santamaria International Airport and check yourself into any of the hotels or resorts here, making it your primary residence for the duration of your trip. One of the best ways to enjoy not only your surroundings, but the entire country is to stay at an all inclusive resort in the San Jose area. These resorts are perfect because they offer you some of the best accommodations at reasonable prices.
Ideal for a stress-free vacation, all inclusive resorts also take care of your every need and make sure that you are as comfortable as possible. Set amidst a beautiful natural backdrop, these places are designed to blend in with their environs ensuring that your holiday is truly something special. Great value for money the all inclusive resorts in San Jose cover everything from your airfare and accommodations to free airport pick and drop services. Some other advantages of staying here include; complimentary beverages, daily meals, evening entertainment, daycare services for kids, access to an on-call staff and access to all the leisure facilities offered by the resort. Many all inclusive resorts even take care of your internal travel plans by arranging for short trips, getaways and tours.
Most of the all inclusive resorts are not located in San Jose City, but rather they can be found outside the capital in the suburbs and the highlands. Situated in towns like Santiago de Puriscal and San Gerardo de Dota, many all inclusive resorts are also found in places like Santa Ana and Escazu as well.